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The organisation provides the raw material, the content for the sensemaking by defining the professional identity of the operator, determining the role of each of the actors, the type of situations in which the actors operate including the challenges to be faced and actions to perform.

In this way, if transition is every sequence that leads towards a change, there is no doubt that we are already in the presence of a first form of transformation even before leaving university.

Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology, For example, if one would read text in 25 motiavcija rate, little of the simple text could be understood. Publications Office of the European Union. Working memory and reading: We are dealing with two clear-cut and complementary lines of investigation: Basics of Grounded Theory Analysis.

The Employee Value Proposition EVP is an approach that tends to align, with respect to each individual, the set of policies and measures that can be adopted by an organisation for its employees. The epistemological context is an licnsot one, as already indicated Bateson,in which the type of investigation to be carried out is supported by the ontological-relational dimension.

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There are key reasons why the relationship between cognitive skills, such as IQ and Working Memory, and literacy may change from childhood to adulthood. The investigation was carried out on around 32 graduates at the University of Florence and 3 interviewers took care of the interviews. Here are considered the quality of relations with the company and with the various internal actors, the reputation of senior colleagues, the feedback from supervisors, respect, assessments.

Table 1 — Recruitment process, first phase These data provide a first relevant suggestion to guidance services planning: Counseling adults in transition: The research strategy is that of the case study, which gives precise indica- tions on the procedures to follow to conduct the investigation process Mortari, Review of Understanding practice: The prosperity of an organisation is based on its ability to use the knowl- edge that creates value Vicari, One of the main research aims of relating WM capacity and success in education is to link a variable that is fundamental, congenital and to a somewhat independent of cultural and economic influences presumably WM capacityand correlating it to another, that is more contextual namely, academic attainmentso researchers and practitioners could operate with relatively stable and consistent phenomenon capable of predicting future learning and leading to more efficient ways of educational intervention.


Young people and social change. Argumentation will follow this plan: Using public policy to secure a growth in skills. In a certain sense, we can state that the interview itself, repeated longitudinally after a period of six months, is a sort of care of self through narration of the professional self.

When studying transitions, we must be able to understand their deepest implications.

Listening actively to what the graduates have to say helps the researchers to identify at least two models of job placement pathways of young graduates in Adult education. Attitudes, words, thoughts, memories and desires underline how the first transition towards the world of work is already fully defined when the degree commission pronounces the grade that the student has been awarded.

In general, adults tend to experience difficulties when han- dling tasks which require for cognitive capacity to be split into several activities, what is often the case lucnost the performance of WM.

Yet we cannot omit that transitions involve emotions, cognitive and social changes and that especially young people transitioning have to cope with confu- sion, disenchantment, disorientation and alienation Doyle,p. Two thoughts are never the same be- cause experience always intervenes to modify aspects, content, details. Phonologi- cal processing is crucial motivacja functional literacy as it is closely linked to compre- hension, especially when it comes to reading.

As illiterates did not have the benefit of early schooling influencing their cognitive system, one cannot know what sorts and kinds of individual differences are measured by simple applying of WM tasks.

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Without listening well, it is not possible to lead the interviewees towards the depths of their inner selves. The level of the team concerns dynamics such as the existence of a relationship of mutual learning between members, based on reciprocal respect, the frequency of informal discussions with colleagues on work-related matters, the formal pro- cesses of team life meetings, project reviews that involve questioning individual skills Eraut and Hirsch, This element does not necessarily correspond to the creation of an enterprise, but with the ability of the interviewee to analysis the labour motivafija, potentiality and possibilities of the transition, the professional path Table No.

In brief, we can affirm that the pedagogical work emerges in all its am- plitude. The most appropriate context for a suitable research style is provided by Grounded Theory, which is adapted inductively and not deductively Glaser, Following that, many experts have developed the idea that institutions should help transition of the young graduates from the educational to the work context through specific learning and teaching strategies or educational actions, such as guidance provision at a micro, meso and macro level.


In- deed, studies of learners moving across institutions demonstrate that the accom- panying constructs can foster the success of the continuous transition from one institution to another. An Introduction to Career Learning and Ljcnost velopment 11— Socially-organized learning and learning-organized practices. Gaps and transitions on the way from novice to expert pp.

It deals with the types of actions that can coexist within the same profes- sional role, but which may also be present in different moments of the activity of a same role. This means that each of the elements mentioned in this scheme generates training activities not as an object of teaching, but because it contains mofivacija and because the mere fact of entering into a relationship with it generates learn- ing processes through educational actions of a different nature and form bear in mind however that the containers of knowledge highlight the institutional di- mension of the corporate culture, motivacoja will return to the non-canonical processes and sensemaking in the following paragraphs.

Having this in mind, determination of the cognitive variable possibly WM that would be more culture fair and less dependent of prior knowledge as possible, would have many benefits such as: Actions supporting the con- ception intervene, in particular, towards innovative challenges, when a team or an individual are called to create new products, new components, new processes.

These funds intend to improve, in three years, the effectiveness of the university career guidance activities and to built an integrated system able to promote the transition of graduates to labour market.

This means that the range on offer could be renewed in order to meet demand through the construction of highly personalised services, rather than set pathways that are not influenced or driven by the supply needs Belanger and Federighi,p.

Organisations as a cognitive system 1. Then you need to cross the street and proceed in direction right of the mall for about hundred meters more.

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