I'd like to have your input into the sorts of principles that you think ideally would underpin the learning and teaching induction program that we develop through this fellowship. While we don't yet know the form that the program will take, we do know that it will be fully online and that it is unlikely that any one person will be moderating the program (so many things to consider in designing the program).
I believe that it will be extremely useful if we could identify some core principles that underpin the work that we do. In this way, when we have decisions to make about the program, we can go back to the principles when needed.
Below are some principles that the Fellowship Reference Group have suggested for our consideration. I would love your opinion on these and also other principles that you would like us to consider.
The program is:
- based in the context of the participant's work environment - relevant, authentic
- structured so that participants can easily see what pathway through the program best suits them
- brief, providing layers of information so that the participant has the choice to engage at a surface level of the topic/module or to delve further
- task oriented such that participants are asked to explore their own organisation and share what they find
- linked to institutional imperatives.