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Leading WIL: A distributed leadership approach to enhance work integrated learning. Final report 2014

Patrick, Carol-joy, Fallon, Wayne, Campbell, Malcolm, Devenish, Ian, Kay, Judie, Lawson, Justine, Russell, Leoni, Tayebjee, Freny and Cretchley, Patricia 2014, Leading WIL: A distributed leadership approach to enhance work integrated learning. Final report 2014, Australian Government Office fo, Sydney, NSW.

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Title Leading WIL: A distributed leadership approach to enhance work integrated learning. Final report 2014
Author(s) Patrick, Carol-joy
Fallon, Wayne
Campbell, MalcolmORCID iD for Campbell, Malcolm orcid.org/0000-0001-5865-2966
Devenish, Ian
Kay, Judie
Lawson, Justine
Russell, Leoni
Tayebjee, Freny
Cretchley, Patricia
Publication date 2014
Total pages 47
Publisher Australian Government Office fo
Place of publication Sydney, NSW
Keyword(s) community of practice
distributed leadership
master class
work integrated learning
Summary Work Integrated Learning (WIL) provides rich, relevant learning through a partnership between universities and employers. Through a collaborative approach to building knowledge, the capability and capacity of experienced WIL leaders in the university and orkplace will be enhanced for improved student outcomes. Having established how and where WIL leadership is situated, the project will identify the critical challenges to WIL leadership capabilities and structures. Through institutionally-based Master Classes that model and employ a distributed learning approach, through national Communities of Practice and a WIL Leadership Summit, a framework and guidelines to support WIL leadership capacity building nationally will be developed, trialled and validated. The project will draw upon expertise and experiences of staff from five Australian universities, each with a demonstrated strong WIL commitment. The distributive leadership approach to WIL will be developed and tested within employer-based individual disciplines. The framework and guidelines will be sustained nationally through the key WIL professional association, the Australian Collaborative Education Network.
ISBN 9781743616482
Language eng
Field of Research 130213 Vocational Education and Training Curriculum and Pedagogy
Socio Economic Objective 970113 Expanding Knowledge in Education
HERDC Research category A6 Research report/technical paper
Copyright notice ©2014, Office for Learning and Teaching
Free to Read? Yes
Use Rights Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike licence
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