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How to score a perfect 10 in leadership learning program design: An international search Bev Fl ü ckiger Griffith University Susan Lovett Canterbury University Neil Dempster Griffith University. The Challenge:.

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How to score a perfect 10 in leadership learning program design: An international search

Bev Flückiger Griffith University

Susan Lovett Canterbury University

Neil Dempster Griffith University

the challenge
The Challenge:

How to design professional learning programs for those aspiring to leadership roles that best address their professional learning needs.

the search
The Search:

We undertook a synthesis of the research literature.

Dempster, N. Lovett, S. Flückiger, B. (2011). Strategies to develop school leadership: A select literature review. Melbourne, Australia: AITSL.

criteria
Criteria:
  • Attuned to individual and system needs
  • Goal-oriented
  • Research-informed
  • Time-rich
  • Practice-centred
criteria1
Criteria:
  • Purpose-designed
  • Peer-supported
  • Context-sensitive
  • Partnership-powered
  • Effects-oriented
trials
Trials:

1. locally - Emerging Principals Professional Development Program (QELi)

2. internationally – 9 programs from 5 countries

findings
Findings:
  • The criteria were useful in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of programs;
  • Most programs at least partially demonstrated the first eight criteria; and
  • Closer attention needed to be given to:
  • - the formation of partnerships in and beyond the school
  • - commitment to evaluating a program’s effects.
implications
Implications:
  • Program design – structured reflective process
  • Program content – meet individual needs
  • Program delivery – contextually and culturally sensitive and responsive
  • Program evaluation – triangulated datasources over time
questions
Questions:

1. What are the challenges in building collaborative networks with external agencies that broaden the opportunities for leadership learning? How can they be addressed?

2. What data sources and research processes might program designers use to better investigate and document the effects of their programs?

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