Accessing and making the transition from FE to HE: important socio-economic and life course considerations.

Dillon, Jean (2010) Accessing and making the transition from FE to HE: important socio-economic and life course considerations. In: Grappling with Scholarship of Teaching: Students as Learning Partners, 25th March 2010, London Resource Centre. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Drawing upon findings from a doctoral study, Jean’s workshop explores the education and career trajectories, socio-economic and life course influences and choices open to students enrolled on ‘Access to Social Work’ further education courses, with specific reference to the experiences of black minority ethnic students. The workshop concludes with recommendations for how these students’ frequently complex, and often highly individualistic trajectories, can be better understood and supported during student selection processes, and upon transition to higher education.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Research Areas:School of Health and Education > Health & Education
ID Code:4798
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