Annotated bibliography specifically for 'Learning a Trade' - Updated February 2016.
Chan, S. (2017). Assisting with qualification completion by applying the concept of occupational identity as conferred before self-inference: A longitudinal case study of bakery apprentices. Vocations and Learning: Studies in vocational and professional education,
Chan, S. (2016). Belonging to a workplace: first-year apprentices’ perspectives on factors determining engagement and continuation through apprenticeship. International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance, 16(1), 9-27.
Chan, S. (2016). New Zealand’s move to graduate-profile framed qualifications: implications, challenges and the occupational identity solution. International Journal of Training Research, 14(1), 5-18
Chan, S. (2016). Belonging to a workplace: first year apprentices’ perspective on factors determining engagement and continuation through apprenticeship. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 16(1), 9-27.
Chan, S. (2015). The contribution of observation to apprentices' learning. Journal of Vocational Education and Training,
Chan, S. (2013).Using videos and multimodal discourse analysis to study how students learn atrade.
Chan, S. (2015, September) ‘Improving the dynamics of feedback through deploying mobile technology-enhanced learning during pre-apprenticeship. The International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship (INAP) conference, 1st – 2nd Sept. Ballarat
Chan, S., Taylor, D., Cowan, L., & Davies, N. (2014, November). Deploying student / peer feed-back to improve the learning of skills and dispositions with video. SINO / NZ TVET EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH FORUM – TIANJIN, P.R. CHINA