Chapter 23 The post-graduate years
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This chapter provides a recap of the central issues discussed in the Post Graduate Years section (chapters 18 to 22). Considering EE in the post graduate context brings about a greater focus on the places of learning and the fit between learning and the students’ lived lives. As our adult students get closer to entrepreneurship as a career choice, personal characteristics, such as grit and ethics underpin their potential transformation into entrepreneurs. There is also the need for educators to respect the provenance of their students’ learning, adapting their approach to fit their environs. The chapter concludes with an overview of the challenges of developing scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in EE, before issuing an invitation to embrace the philosophical nature of developing one’s SoTL.

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