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NTLT 2012 - Establishing firm foundations: Constructing an academic staff capability framework in an ITP NTLT 2012 - Establishing firm foundations: Constructing an academic staff capability framework in an ITP Presentation Transcript

  • Constructing an academic staff capability framework in an ITP Martin Jenkins & Robin Graham Centre for Educational Development, CPIT
  • Outline Introduce the Academic Staff Capability Framework  Why  What  How… it is planned (hoped) staff will engage
  • Why? Global factors  Changing nature of Tertiary Education National factors  Demand for greater collaboration  Demand for innovative teaching practice Regional  Canterbury recovery … and collaboration Institutional  Strategic Goal to be a high performing organisation  Innovative teaching and learning  Flexible delivery
  • Development Working group developed Framework  Drew upon  Institute for Learning (UK) – guidelines for professional development  Higher Education Academy Professional Standards Framework (UK)  TAFE Queensland (Aus)  Quality of teaching in VET (RMIT report) (Aus)  Viskovic (2009) (NZ) Holistic approach … supporting structures  Induction, Diploma in Tertiary Learning and Teaching, professional development  Creating space for dialogue around practice Institution wide consultation
  • What?Providing a professional framework for CPITacademic staff  Promoting culture of continuous improvement  Building individual and organisational capability  Identifying organisational capability.  Supporting and encouraging on-going professional development and career progression.  Supporting the consistency and quality of the student learning experience.
  • Academic Workforce Capability Framework Teaching and Learning Practice Engaging learners Designing and planning learning Assessment and feedback Scholarship of Teaching and LearningResearch and Knowledge Individual Practice Industry knowledge & expertise Reflection and evaluation of practice Subject knowledge & expertise Contribution to teams and other Institutional knowledge internal/external communities Applying Research and technology Leadership transfer skills
  • Supporting components Framework descriptorsFramework Progression Statements Evidence Table Case StudyDescriptors Evidence table Template Progression statements Evidence template
  • Using the FrameworkUse the Academic Capability Framework to assess yourcapability. Evaluation and reviewUse the Case Study Template and feedback from your Reviewof Professional Practice to create a professional developmentplan with your manager. This is part of your appraisal process.Undertake targeted professional development, includingrequired qualifications e.g. teaching or research qualifications.
  • Engaging with the Framework The framework is to be used as a developmental tool, its primary focus is professional development Framework needs to be locally owned and interpreted To be used as part of and to enhance existing processes
  • Review of Professional Practice Is developmental in focus; Covers all aspects of practice ; Is an integral part of an individual staff member’s annual professional development plan; Provides an opportunity to acknowledge and disseminate good practice.
  • Review of Professional Practice Review of Professional Practice  Undertaken by approved reviewers (resourced by HR)  Professional development focused and confidential  Create opportunity for dialogue around teaching and learning