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|Title: ||Learning orientations of students in an African developing country: Implications for knowledge transfer.|
|Authors: ||Ras, P. J.|
Grundling, J. P.
|Keywords: ||Knowledge transfer - Africa|
Learning and scholarship - Africa
Grading and marking - Africa
Entrepreneurship Conference, 2002, Pretoria
Conferences and workshops
|Issue Date: ||2002|
|Publisher: ||Technikon, Pretoria & Polytechnic of Namibia|
|Citation: ||Ras, P. J., Olivier, N., Tjivikua, T., & Grundling, J. P. Learning orientations of students in an African developing country: Implications for knowledge transfer: Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Entrepreneurship, 3-4 October 2002, Pretoria, South Africa.|
|Abstract: ||This case study investigated the impact of two principle learning orientations of students (grading orientation vs. learning
orientation ) In order to evaluate their readiness to make a contribution to address the ever-increasing demands of society.
The study revealed that students are aware that a learning orientation is preferred, and that their study behaviour is indeed
|Description: ||International Conference on Entrepreneurship (1st : 2002 Oct. 3-4 : Pretoria, South Africa)|
|Appears in Collections:||Entrepreneurship|
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