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Response: Perspective on philosophies, content & structure of workplace-focussed curriculum Prof . Laetus OK Lategan Dean: Research and Innovation & Acting DVC: Academic Central University of Technology, Free State Bloemfontein, South Africa E-mail: [email protected] Some pointers.

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Response: Perspective on philosophies, content & structure of workplace-focussed curriculum

Prof. Laetus OK Lategan

Dean: Research and Innovation & Acting DVC: Academic

Central University of Technology, Free State

Bloemfontein, South Africa

E-mail: [email protected]

some pointers
Some pointers

L. Wheelahan

  • Different types of knowledge
  • Academic or disciplinary knowledge
  • Knowledge generated in field of practice
  • Recontextualise and adapt
  • Scholarship of application
  • “The workplace and the academy thus are two distinct but essential sites for learning”
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I Ntshoe

  • UoTs – applied knowledge - employment
  • “Practice cannot generate knowledge”
  • Knowledge-based approach
  • Avoid one-dimensional understanding
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T Mthembu, M Orkin and M Gering

  • Six mandates of UoTs
  • Implications for an “ideal curriculum” at UoTs
  • Application
  • Employable versus employment
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Nadia Rhodes

  • Application to accounting
reflection
Reflection

Who moved my degree?

response 1
Response 1
  • Confront academic identity (Morrow)
  • Find academic and institutional identity (Teichler and Kogan)
response 2
Response 2
  • Knowledge (Plato, Kant, Thompson), knowledge production (M Gibbons), forms of knowledge (E Castells)
  • What is the prolegomena of knowledge for UoTs
response 3
Response 3
  • Building on Boyer’s scholarship (teaching, discovery, integration and application)
  • The scholarship of practice (Burgener)
response 4
Response 4
  • Responses to the “Death of the intellect” (J Jansen)
  • University typology
  • RRR

= Role (three missions)

= Responsibility (university and society)

= Relevance (“National strategy”)

discovery
Discovery?
  • You are not qualified for your job, the challenges of your workplace, your profession, your science, needs and wants ----- if your degree is not moved!
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Thank you

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