Chapter 11 The pre-graduate years
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This chapter provides a recap of the central issues discussed in the Pre Graduate Years section (chapters 6 to 10). The unique context of students emerging into adulthood provides the backdrop for this collection of chapters. The inclusion of student concerns and opportunities for the curriculum design are highlighted by several of the contributors. Here, the increasing role of external stakeholders who act as a bridge for curriculum offerings to introduce students more intimately to their world is highlighted. A consequence of such community interaction is the open-nature of learning afforded students in this context. A common feature of the chapters in this section is the increased levels of networking employed to support both educator and curriculum development.

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