Distributive leadership & transformational change presentation

In mid-February I had the pleasure of presenting on my Flexible Learning Institute (FLI) Teaching Fellowship experience with 2 other FLI Teaching Fellows along with Charles Sturt University’s Director of FLI, Professor Mike Keppell and Dr Merilyn Childs (Deputy Director of FLI) at the DE Hub Education 2011 to 2021 International Summit in Sydney, NSW, Australia, 15th-18th February 2011. Here’s the slides for our symposium presentation, “Distributive leadership and transformative institutional change – blended and flexible learning and a Teaching Fellowship Scheme”:

A short video was also produced capturing some of the key points presented as part of the showcase:

Eight of the FLI Teaching Fellows are participating in Mike Keppell’s Transformative Learning: Teaching Fellow Perceptions of Redesigning Subjects/Courses using Blended Learning research project which is focusing on the transformative role of blended learning to improve teaching and learning in subjects and courses throughout Charles Sturt University. This has involved interviews at 6 monthly intervals where teaching fellows reflect on their role in  initiating transformative change using blended learning.

Many thanks to Mike, Merilyn, Richard Taffe and Lucy Webster, it was a great working with you 🙂  And many thanks to James Childs-Maidment of University Media for producing the video – nice work!

2 responses to “Distributive leadership & transformational change presentation

  1. CSU Learning & Teaching report on CSU representation at the DE Hub Summit is available here

  2. Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definately be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment.

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