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Working With Schools 2008

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Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation - introduction

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    • 1. Centre for Teaching and Learning Innovation (CTLI) Kokiri Ako ‘ WORKING WITH SCHOOLS’ Colin Mason and Helen Martin
    • 2. CTLI Strategic Approach 2008 Strategy Background What next? Services CTLI priorities
    • 3. Background
      • Previously ….
      • CTLI supported academic staff by holding workshops / working with individuals & groups
        • Now ….
      • Strategic support for each School
        • Two designated staff (inc education technology specialist)
        • Tailored response
    • 4. Strategy: Promotion of a high quality educational experience for students through:
      • Alignment of assessment, learning & teaching in vocational / professional disciplines
      • Inquiry-based, problem-solving, learner-centred approaches
      • Research focus on real world experiences for learners
      • Pedagogy that integrates research & scholarship with teaching
    • 5. Strategy: Promotion of a high quality educational experience for students through:
      • Bold, creative approaches to curriculum design
      • Imaginative development / re-design of courses & programmes
      • Innovative use of information, communication technology to enhance learning experiences
      • Appropriate use of on-line learning
      • Academic literacies integrated into curricula
    • 6. CTLI priorities for 2008
      • Establishing a Unitec ALT committee (Colin Mason)
      • Liaising with individual Schools on assessment, learning & teaching issues
      • Supporting work of Maori & Pasifika Academic Advisors
      • Supporting establishment & ongoing work of Communities of Practice
    • 7. CTLI priorities for 2008
      • Supporting:
      • establishment & ongoing work of School Assessment, Learning and Teaching Committees (SALT)
      • integration of academic literacies for foundation learning
      • programme review & curriculum development
      • professional development initiatives
      • academic staff in development of professional e-portfolios
    • 8. CTLI services ….
      • Working with staff on curriculum development:
        • programme review & (re)development
        • course development & adaptation (e.g. moving to 15 credits)
    • 9. CTLI services ….
      • Running workshops in Schools / providing support for:
        • Communities of Practice (CoPs)
        • assessment
        • teaching practice, including use of online & mobile technologies
        • student mentoring
        • academic literacies
        • staff peer support
        • staff professional development
        • staff e-portfolios
    • 10. CTLI services ….
      • Running workshops in the Centre:
        • Introduction to Teaching;
        • Blackboard (and Moodle);
        • others …. as needed or requested?
    • 11. And so, what next?
      • Evaluation 2008
        • In December you will be asked to evaluate the success (or otherwise) of the system
      • Getting started
      • Your designated members of CTLI staff contact you for a meeting
      • Draw up an agenda for 2008.
      • Ready, steady, go

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