ProWoThai promotes reform and design-oriented action research
Action research aims to innovate, intervene and promote development processes. Project partners from Thailand and Germany are pursuing the goal of developing, testing and sustainably implementing work-integrated and work-oriented forms of vocational education and training at company learning sites and formal learning sites. Action research is understood as a participatory process that unites all project partners on an equal footing in a collaborative development, action and learning process.
ProWoThai promotes knowledge transfer for Work-based Learning
Structured bodies of knowledge form a basis for shaping practice and development. Most countries worldwide do not have an independent scientific discipline or theory related to vocational education and training. The project aims to transfer and enhance knowledge related to Work-based Learning at the learning venues of companies and vocational schools through further training offers and to apply it in educational projects. Findings from the projects are to be consolidated.
ProWoThai promotes the practice of Work-based Learning
The project partners have agreed to lay sustainable foundations for Work-integrated Learning and Work-oriented Learning. First of all, occupational research methods will be used to analyse work processes and tasks that contain learning. The work processes and tasks are didactically enriched and transferred into work-integrated forms of learning such as learning bays, and didactically transformed into learning and work tasks, then tested and evaluated.