Curriculum for Digital Education Leadership: A Concept Paper
The Commonwealth Digital Education Leadership Training in Action (C-DELTA) is a long-term programme of COL to promote a digital education environment in Commonwealth Member Nations. This concept paper proposes a holistic approach to conceptualising digital education leadership. The C-DELTA programme will provide a framework for fostering digital learning, and will develop skilled citizens for lifelong learning.
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Brown, Cheryl; Czerniewicz, Laura; Mayisela, Tabisa; Huang, Cheng-Wen (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)This paper conceptualises a holistic approach to digital education leadership, presenting the argument that digital education leadership is grounded in the practice that it seeks to foster (digital literacy practice) and ...
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