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e-Learning leadership: what does it take in a digital age?

This interactive poster highlights the many elements to consider when balancing the complex role of e-learning leadership. Enabling e-Learning has some valuable starter questions (in conjunction with the e-Learning Planning Framework) that can also help to guide discussions around e-leadership in schools.

In the following Enabling e-Learning video, Julia Atkin discusses the importance of a shared vision.

In this Enabling e-Learning Media Gallery series, Karen Melhuish discusses what professional learning for e-learning looks like and clarifies this doesn't always means skills development, but will include content and pedagogical knowledge development.

In this Edtalks video, Tony Gilbert talks about the challenges of change management in a digital context and offers some successful strategies to consider.

One key word to consider is this video is change. What's your ONE KEY WORD for leading e-learning?

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Future-focused schools acknowledge the important role of technologies as we prepare our students for a world beyond school. What does it take to be an e-leader in a future-focused educational environment? What needs to be taken into consideration when resourcing and supporting all learners within and beyond the school? How can we help each other as e-leaders to support the work we do in school? Come join Richard McLaren (Assistant Principal, Shirley Boy’s High School, Christchurch) as he shares his experiences of e-leadership in a secondary school. REGISTER NOW.

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e-Learning: Leadership

e-Learning: Leadership

Exploring leadership for change, vision, policy and strategy that integrates ICTs into learning.