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The purpose of this research is to investigate the factors associated with hospitality students' satisfaction with internship programs and the relationships between training, job satisfaction, and confidence about future careers in order to provide schools and industries with suggestions...
This paper explores how experiential learning activities can be incorporated in leisure and enrichment travel education. It presents a description of the process used in designing and implementing nonformal experiential learning activities for an educational travel program to Brazil based on the...
Many hospitality curricula incorporate some form of industry-based experiential learning to complement the classroom environment. This study analyzed hospitality management student perceptions of learning both inside the classroom environment and in their experiential learning assignments...
A scholarship of teaching and learning project explored how student engagement in an authentic project and collaboration between partners can aid the progress of a project in tourism planning. Qualitative analyses of student reflections on the project are provided and suggestions for...
Hospitality and tourism management programs are becoming a staple of university curricula throughout the world, offering a wide diversity of courses and programs. Historically, such programs have evolved as independent schools or colleges within their universities. More often they have developed...
This paper reports findings from an evaluative case study of the implementation of The Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Leisure and Tourism 14–19 teacher-training program in England. 2002 saw tourism and leisure enter the mainstream school curriculum at a time when vocational education...
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