This programme will empower and equip you to demonstrate leadership in e-learning within your school and community via a collaborative, community-based approach to professional learning. You will gain a deeper understanding of what e-learning is, explore what networked learning is within your school and the importance of teachers modeling Digital Citizenship.
The programme begins Term 2, on Tuesday 21 April 2015, and runs for 18 weeks.
$750 + GST for one person
$1500 +GST for two people
$1800 + GST for three people
The additional cost per person thereafter, is $350 pp. We recommend a maximum of 9 people from one school attend a course. To register for 4-9 people from the same school, please click the ‘Register for 4+ people' button and fill in the form with names of all participants to be registered.
Educators who currently lead, or aspire to lead, e-learning in their school, this programme will provide the deeper understanding of e-learning practice, networking skills, strategies for change management, and the confidence you’ll need to create an effective e-learning action plan.
18-week course divided into four modules (4-5 weeks per module).
5-8 professional learning hours per module, including three hours online facilitation.
Each module will look like this:
Week 1 - synchronous online session to explore the module content and discuss the main themes.
Weeks 2-3 - complete a task, supported by online resources and discussions and contributed to by the facilitators.
Week 4-5 - group feedback and reflection via an online conference and completion of the module.
Access to the resources will remain open to participants until the end of the year in which the course is undertaken.
The participants collaborate together throughout the programme.
What is e-learning - Using the online environment to empower and support your leadership role
Digital learners - Developing personal dispositions for teachers working with students to model and operate as effective digital citizens
Empowering others - Leading professional learning with your staff or department that actually makes a difference
Leading e-learning - Leading thinking and action using ICTs to support teaching & learning.
Margot McKeegan is a facilitator who works in future-focused education providing blended e-learning experience in CORE Empower programmes. She has delivered this programme for the past 2 years. Margot brings considerable experience with using online technologies to facilitate and support professional development.
Phone: 0275 063 889
Other suitably qualified CORE consultants will support this programme at appropriate times.