Reviews: Employability

3 reviews found for "Employability"
Book review : Asperger Syndrome and employment : adults speak out about Asperger Syndrome
This is a book review of Asperger Syndrome and employment : adults speak out about Asperger Syndrome edited by Genevieve Edmonds and Luke Beardon, published by Jessica Kingsley in 2008, ISBN 9781843106487. It was reviewed by Mitzi Waltz of the University of Birmingham on behalf of ESCalate. Only one in five adults with Asperger Syndrome (AS) in employment and each chapter of this book has been written by an adult with AS or a parent, and...
Book review : The concepts and practices of lifelong learning
This is a book review of The concepts and practices of lifelong learning, by Brenda Morgan-Klein and Mike Osborne, published by Routledge in 2007, ISBN 9780415428613. It was reviewed by Deborah Lee of Nottingham Trent University on behalf of ESCalate. Morgan-Klein and Osborne explore the emergence of the concept of lifelong learning, how it can be interpreted and - perhaps most importantly - how it is being debated: they note, for instance, that...
Book review: Early years work-based learning
This is a book review of Early years work-based learning edited by Penny Farrelly and published by Learning Matters in 2010, ISBN 9781844456154. It was reviewed by Margaret Simms on behalf of ESCalate. The aim of the book is to 'encourage and support students studying for a Foundation Degree in Early Years, Early Childhood Studies or Working with Children and Young People'. It seeks to 'address concerns and alleviate anxieties' as students...