To be read in conjunction with the program of study requirements for the degree in which you are enrolled.
The Leading Learning minor provides you with a focus on understanding the factors contributing to the leadership of learning for professionals and students and using it to work collaboratively towards change and improvement for learners. It establishes professional knowledge and agency within learning communities to underpin the development of the knowledge, skills and dispositions for the leadership of learning to be core to the everyday work of professional practice for leaders.
This minor aims to enable students to:
- develop skills and knowledge to analyse the processes of designing and leading high-quality professional learning or student learning and the features of organisations that support this
- understand the knowledge and skills required to design and assess professional learning or design and assess student learning and work with others to support this
On completion students will be able to:
- critically review professional learning/pedagogical models selecting appropriate processes for individual contexts
- identify key knowledge and skills required to facilitate and lead high quality profession learning/student learning
- analyse the contextual factors relating to professional or student learning and respond through knowledge and understanding of relevant current research and scholarship related to leading professional/student learning
Program of study
To qualify for the minor in Leading Learning, a student must complete 18 units with a grade of P or NGP, or better, in each topic according to the program of study below. Not all topics are necessarily available in a given year.
18 units comprising:
EDUC8618 Pedagogical Leadership (4.5 units)
EDUC9611 Managing Innovation in Organisations (4.5 units)
EDUC9767 Assessment in Education (4.5 units)
EDUC9922 Models of Professional Learning (4.5 units)