The Learning by Developing action model is based on a development project that is genuinely rooted in the world of work, which aims to produce new practices and competences and demands collaboration between lecturers, students and experts from the world of work in order to progress. At a university of applied sciences, it is essential that the creation of new knowledge and understanding also become explicit as skills in doing. The professionally oriented university of applied sciences aims to develop the kinds of competence that transcend the traditional dichotomy between the vocational and the scientific. Graduates possess competence in professional doing and scientific knowing, where the scientific describes, explains and justifies the professional and allows for the generation of new expertise. Being based on an authentic development project, Learning by developing as an action model, also outlines the nature of research at a university of applied sciences. Thus, universities of
applied sciences can be seen as higher education institutions that produce added value.
THUỘC CHUYÊN MỤC NGHIÊN CỨU HỌC TẬP & DẠY HỌC