The review of the literature clearly shows that the exploration of a critical question is missing from the analysis of internships: Do interns who experience higher levels of involvement develop higher levels of knowledge and skills? In this study, learning experiences are defined as the type of involvement (i.e., low-involvement or high-involvement). The purpose of this study is to examine if higher levels of intern involvement result in the acquisition of higher levels of perceived knowledge and skills. Survey research method was used to assess the principle interns’ level of involvement in a set of specified activities and to assess the relative importance of each kind of involvement.
Dunaway, David; Bird, James; Flowers, Claudia; and Lyons, James
"Principal Interns’ Level of Involvement and Perceived Knowledge and Skills Developed During the Internship Process,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 35.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol8/iss3/35