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This article explores a set of emerging competencies that education providers will be increasingly compelled to consider and, more importantly, embed in their event management course offerings. The undergraduate event management program offered at Victoria University, Melbourne, provides a case...
This research examines how an instructional intervention helped undergraduate college students develop intercultural competence in the context of a regular travel and tourism undergraduate university course. The rationale for this instructional intervention is based on the need for...
This article examines the potential of guest lectures to function as tools for authentic learning in a tourism management program. Using a qualitative interpretive approach, semistructured interviews were conducted with a sample of 20 students from 11 undergraduate and postgraduate courses....
There is a call for more reflective practices in hospitality education to deliver authentic learning. This article evaluates a learning journal assessment that stimulates both real-world relevance and experience and documents how the assessment was managed. The literature review outlines...
Authentic learning is well documented in the education literature, whether drawing upon the dimensions of social capital in which student learning is enhanced through partnerships and group learning or the teacher acting as facilitator. What does this all mean in practice? This reflective...
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