This literature review is intended to address and support the use of technology in teaching and learning by identifying new and emerging pedagogies; determining what constitutes effective use of technology in teaching and learning.
A synthesis of the research literature in the field of Web 2.0 in higher education, and a series of illustrative examples of how these tools are being used in learning and teaching. It draws out the benefits that these new technologies appear to offer, and highlights some of the challenges and issues surrounding their use.
An exploration into the literature on mentoring for apprentices and trainees in the workplace, including mentoring of apprentices and other trainees to progress literacy development. It discusses the benefits, issues and gaps raised by the literature in terms of different types of mentoring offered in organisations.
This literature review focuses on the question “What professional development strategies are most effective in enhancing student performance outcomes within the Private Training Establishment (PTE) sector in New Zealand?”