The FlexibleLearning Institute   Aspirations            Mike Keppe!   The Flexible Learning Institute                   1
VisionTo inspire best practice in blended andflexible learning                    2
Missionpromote excellence and innovation in blended and flexible learning                                  3
Missionpromote the scholarship of learning and teaching to inform andtransform educational practice                       ...
Missioncontribute to conversations on best practice in blended and flexiblelearning both nationally and internationally    ...
Key ObjectivesKEY OBJECTIVE 1 - Lead and develop innovative and transformative practices inblended and flexible learningKEY...
Values Inclusive: We value diversity and learning opportunities that promote equity. Innovative: We value emerging ideas, ...
ValuesInterdisciplinary: We value learning and teaching experiences that cross discipline and content boundaries.Collabora...
FLI InitiativesThe Vision, Mission and Objectives of the FLI will be achieved through the following sevenInitiatives:BLEND...
6STANDARDS@FLI       10
Risk versus AspirationThe Blended and Flexible Learning Standards (BFL Standards) provide CSU with aninstitutional framewo...
RecommendationThat a definition be established for blended and flexible learning that encompasses onlinelearning, flexible le...
Flexible Learning Flexible learning” provides opportunities to improve the student learning experience through flexibility ...
Blended & Flexible Learning “Blended and flexible learning” is a design approach that examines the relationships between fle...
Purpose of the BFL Standards The purpose of the BFL Standards is to establish at CSU a clear and consistent Standard, know...
6BFL Standards  1.
BFL policy and practice at all levels of the University  2. Continuous improvement, quality and consist...
Dimensions of 6standards BFL policy and practice at all levels of the University                                          ...
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  • Teaching Fellowship Orientation

    1. 1. The FlexibleLearning Institute Aspirations Mike Keppe! The Flexible Learning Institute 1
    2. 2. VisionTo inspire best practice in blended andflexible learning 2
    3. 3. Missionpromote excellence and innovation in blended and flexible learning 3
    4. 4. Missionpromote the scholarship of learning and teaching to inform andtransform educational practice 4
    5. 5. Missioncontribute to conversations on best practice in blended and flexiblelearning both nationally and internationally 5
    6. 6. Key ObjectivesKEY OBJECTIVE 1 - Lead and develop innovative and transformative practices inblended and flexible learningKEY OBJECTIVE 2 - Promote and share good practice in blended and flexiblelearningKEY OBJECTIVE 3 - Initiate and foster research into blended and flexible learning 6
    7. 7. Values Inclusive: We value diversity and learning opportunities that promote equity. Innovative: We value emerging ideas, strategies and technologies that add value to the student learning experience. Transformative: We value the questioning of assumptions, beliefs to consciously and thoughtfully redesign the learning and teaching experience. 7
    8. 8. ValuesInterdisciplinary: We value learning and teaching experiences that cross discipline and content boundaries.Collaborative: We value best practice by contributing to conversations and scholarship about best practice in blended and flexible learning both nationally and internationally.Sustainable: We value integrated, generative and future-focussed strategies to maintain leadership and best practice in blended and flexible learning. 8
    9. 9. FLI InitiativesThe Vision, Mission and Objectives of the FLI will be achieved through the following sevenInitiatives:BLENDED AND FLEXIBLE LEARNING STANDARDSTHE ASPIRATIONAL FRAMEWORKBLENDED AND FLEXIBLE LEARNING GOOD PRACTICE GUIDELINESSTRATEGIC CHANGESTRATEGIC RESEARCHTEACHING FELLOWSHIP SCHEMEPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 9
    10. 10. 6STANDARDS@FLI 10
    11. 11. Risk versus AspirationThe Blended and Flexible Learning Standards (BFL Standards) provide CSU with aninstitutional framework, risk and quality improvement strategy to enable CSU tocontinuously maintain national leadership in flexible and distance education. 11
    12. 12. RecommendationThat a definition be established for blended and flexible learning that encompasses onlinelearning, flexible learning and distance education. 12
    13. 13. Flexible Learning Flexible learning” provides opportunities to improve the student learning experience through flexibility in time, pace, place (physical, virtual, on- campus, off-campus), mode of study (print-based, face-to-face, blended, online), teaching approach (collaborative, independent), forms of assessment and staffing. It may utilise a wide range of media, environments, learning spaces and technologies for learning and teaching. 13
    14. 14. Blended & Flexible Learning “Blended and flexible learning” is a design approach that examines the relationships between flexible learning opportunities, in order to optimise student engagement and equivalence in learning outcomes regardless of mode of study (Keppell, 2010). 14
    15. 15. Purpose of the BFL Standards The purpose of the BFL Standards is to establish at CSU a clear and consistent Standard, known and used by all CSU staff, concerning the policy and practice of learning and teaching. 15
    16. 16. 6BFL Standards 1.
BFL policy and practice at all levels of the University 2. Continuous improvement, quality and consistency in blended and flexible learning 3. Blended and Flexible Learning Good Practice Guidelines (BFLGPG) 4. Professional development for blended and flexible learning 5. Learning outcome equivalency 6. Scholarship 16
    17. 17. Dimensions of 6standards BFL policy and practice at all levels of the University 6 Dimensions Continuous improvement, quality and consistency in blended and flexible learning 9 Dimensions Blended and Flexible Learning Good Practice Guidelines (BFLGPG) 10 Dimensions Professional development for blended and flexible learning 5 Dimensions Learning outcome equivalency 10 Dimensions Scholarship 3 Dimensions 17
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    19. 19. http://www.csu.edu.au/division/landt/flexible-learning/ 19

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