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|Title:||Toward a sustainable culture of peer partnership|
|Citation:||Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Inc (HERDSA) Conference Hotel Grand Chancellor, held in Hobart, Tasmania 2-5 July, 2012|
|Publisher:||Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia|
|Conference Name:||Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Conference (2012 : Hobart, Tasmania)|
|Alan Barnard, Robyn Nash, Suzanne Rochester, Cheryl Waters, Susan Bolt, Carol Thorogood, Susan Shannon|
|Abstract:||This project is a two phase design working in partnership with five universities to develop, implement and systematically embed a distributive leadership model that aims to embed peer partnership (review, development) within the culture of teaching and learning excellence. This presentation will posit a ‘prototype’ peer review leadership model based on ongoing research that brings together both the fundamentals of peer review with the broader importance of context and persons. It will be argued that essential to teaching development is a need to address not only the implementation of peer partnership programs but also strategies to influence and change both the contexts of teaching and the advantages for colleagues. Peer review as a strategy to develop excellence in teaching needs to be considered from a holistic perspective encompassing all elements of the teaching environment. The emphasis is on working to foster the type of conditions needed for leadership and change to begin and be sustained. The work has implications for policy, research, leadership development and student outcomes and has potential application world-wide. Phase 1 has collected focus interview and questionnaire data to inform the research and is being analysed using a thematic qualitative approach and statistical analysis Evidence is emerging currently as the project is ongoing|
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|Appears in Collections:||Architecture publications|
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