Looking into the perspectives of education, training and lifelong learning in the workplace are important aspects for those interested in education. It is also advisable to look outside healthcare for a lens into the sociology of work. Some key terms for workplace learning:
- formal learning
- informal informal
- role modelling
- community of practice
This resources is to complement the post Workplace Training: Informal Learning?
To start an education research review on workplace learning:
Billett, S. (2002). Critiquing workplace learning discourses: participation and continuity at work. Studies in the Education of Adults, 34(1), 56-67.
Döös, M., & Wilhelmson, L. (2011). Collective learning: interaction and a shared action arena. Journal of Workplace learning, 23(8), 487-500.
Ellström, P. E. (2011). Informal learning at work: Conditions, processes and logics. The Sage handbook of workplace learning, 105-119.
Fenwick, T. (2012). Learning among older professional workers: Knowledge strategies and knowledge orientations. Vocations and learning, 5(3), 203-223.
Harteis, C. & Billett, S. (2008). The workplace as learning environment: Introduction.
Järvensivu, A., & Koski, P. (2012). Combating learning. Journal of Workplace learning, 24(1), 5-18.
Nursing Education Network. (2016). The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work.
Tynjälä, P. (2008). Perspectives into learning at the workplace. Educational research review, 3(2), 130-154.