Entwicklung Bibliothek

  • oasi_students_handbook

    OASI – Organic Agriculture Support Initiative for Armenia

    Module Organic Farming

    Teachers Guide Book, Wien, 2018
    Leitgeb F., Müllner M.

    This teachers’ guide book is designed in order to suggest suitable activities for teaching Organic Agriculture in an interactive and participatory way. The book covers practical activities but does not focus on theoretical content.

    This book is a guide for teachers to prepare lesson plans that fit the actual needs of the students.

    The teachers’ guide book contains activities that stimulate a deeper understanding of issues related to Organic Agriculture, development of problem solving skills, decision making, persuading, critical think-ing, etc.

    The teachers’ guide book outlines a progressive set of skills which is useful in promoting interactive, participatory and students’ centered teaching approaches.

  • oasi_teachers_handbook

    OASI – Organic Agriculture Support Initiative for Armenia

    Organic Agriculture

    Students Handbook, Wien, 2018
    Leitgeb F., Müllner M.

    This book is designed for students who are interested in finding occupations involved in production and/or processing of organic food products. Occupations are either on a self- employed basis or as an employee, usually on a farm or in a food processing enterprise. Furthermore, students can find occupation in organic business or service like agricultural training and extension. The purpose is to create a solid foundation for the understanding the ecological, economic and social dimension of organic agriculture.

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    Work-Based Learning and Cooperation between Schools and Companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ibw-Forschungsbericht Nr. 194, Wien, 2018
    Schmid K., Gruber B.

    Company Survey Findings and Resulting Courses of Action/Reform Options
    For WBL to be a backbone of IVET, companies must participate in it, ie train young people/students. Therefore it is of central interest why some companies train – yet, a lot of them not. An online company-survey was conducted to shed light to the training decisions of enterprises. In combination with results from various round-table discussion with policy stakeholders, companies and VET-schools, policy recommendations to foster WBL have been derived.