Chapter 2 (The Adaptable Graduate) sees the authors question the sort of transferable skills and attributes that are needed for adaptability. Drawing on a two-year-long case study in aeronautical engineering, the authors explore learning experiences that offer both ‘vertical progression’ (within discipline) and ‘horizontal progression’ (across disciplines) and argue that the coalescence of the two generates the Adaptable Graduate.
|Title of host publication||Graduate Attributes in Higher Education|
|Subtitle of host publication||Attitudes on Attributes from Across the Disciplines|
|Editors||Carey Normand , Lorraine Anderson|
|Publisher||Routledge Press, New York.|
|ISBN (Print)||9781138678026, 9781138678019|
|Publication status||Published - 17 Apr 2017|
- Graduate attributes