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As societies shift towards the age of digitalisation, digital education leadership is becoming a growing concern for students, educators and policy makers. This course is designed to study the role of ‘change agents’ in digital education, including teachers and trainers as change agents. Students will explore current issues that are affecting the digital world and reflect on their influence on education and training. Through exploring models of leadership and change, and critical reflection on their own experiences, the course aims to help each student develop as a digital education leader. Students will lead online seminars, conduct field observation and engage in project work to prompt and understand change within their own contexts in an evolving, digitally mediated society.
This level 9 course has five learning outcomes. Students will be supported to 1. Critically review the diversity of educational, social, cultural and technical factors impacting the diffusion of e-learning, ICT and digital technologies 2. Analyse and evaluate complex educational issues and opportunities using multiple perspectives on digital technologies in education or training, including: the innovation, the class, the organisation, the region, and global perspectives3. Critically evaluate and apply theoretical models of change and related literature4. Critically examine case studies and related research to inform existing and future problems5. Demonstrate knowledge of change with ICT in education and training contexts and be able to apply this knowledge to emerging opportunities within education and training ecosystem.
Subject to the approval of Head of School
Domestic fee $1,884.00
International Postgraduate fees
* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.
For further information see
School of Educational Studies and Leadership.