Learning occurs through prescribed reading, class discussions and activities, case study analysis, project work and peer review. This unit includes online presentation using a range of content-based and interactive learning materials, objects and strategies (e.g. study guides, quizzes, websites, podcasts, discussions and online forums).
Formal assessment is a mandatory part of this course. In order to successfully complete the course, you must pass all assessments and ensure you adhere to the relevant due dates. Details of the specific assessment requirements can be found by contacting the school of Business.
Understand and describe the core principles of Creativity and Innovation as applied to Christian Education.
Demonstrate understanding of theories and models that impact the practice of Creativity and Innovation as a Teacher Leader.
Articulate the nature and role of Creativity and Innovation in the context of a changing educational milieu (noting spiritual, social, cultural, economic factors).
Demonstrate the application of Creative and Innovative Teacher Leadership skills with respect to a range of contemporary educational problems and scenarios.
Create a Creativity and Innovation framework to use with others in their role as a Teacher Leader.