Ompare and contrast the perspectives on learning at work
Style and format
You should use an essay format (please do not use bullet points) and include a title page, introduction, body, conclusion and references.
The essay should be typed using single line spacing, 12 point font (arial or times new roman) and presented on A4 paper with margins of at least 25 mm.
Use the Harvard referencing system and make sure your reference list is formatted in alphabetical order of authorsa last names.
An assignment should be an argument. It should present a justified point of view. You should discuss a problem and not simply narrate events or describe an institution. It may be necessary to devote some space to narrative or description, but the major task will be the weighing and the assessing of evidence and arguing from that evidence to a solution of the problem. Have a clear idea of what the problem is and what is involved. Look at the problem from more than one perspective. Part of your task is to assess and criticise the work of other writers, over and above any sourced from prescribed subject readings. Also, wherever possible, you should provide recent and relevant evidence to support your argument.