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Started by Greta Van Zyl 15 Nov 2012 10:34am () Replies (2)

One of the key points is that we need to develop a shared vision that involves all the key stakeholders. We need a vision that looks the future and what it is going to mean to be a true 21st learner, a learner who adapts to new learning and is able to manage themselve.

Once we have a clear vision that everyone is focused on and understands, only then can we go about planning on how we are going to get there.

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  • Jane Armstrong Bos (View all users posts) 15 Nov 2012 10:57am ()

    I agree with you Greta - To provide the e-learning direction for your school, it must be part of your school vision. Have you seen the school stories and supporting material on developing a shared vision on the Enabling e-Learning website in the School vision section.

    In this clip from that page, Dr Cheryl Doig talks about the importance of having a shared language and understanding of what e-learning is before integrating it into the school vision. She outlines the process of getting teachers involved and committed to developing e-learning, and the change process. 

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