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Continuous Learning Framework

Continuous Learning Framework

The continuous learning framework emerged from Dr Lyn Alderman's doctoral research study titled From policy borrowing to implementation: an illuminative evaluation of learning and teaching in higher education in Australia (2002 to 2008). This model will guide strategic decision-making about the when, where, why and how of implementing knowledge transfer methodologies to create knowledge brokerage. Continuous Learning Framework – accountability, improvement, performance, and investment – offers an opportunity to determine the level and appetite by policy makers and decision-makers for strategic decision-making, leading to widespread change.

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Continuous learning framework

Quality is beyond simply meeting financial accountability. This model will shift people’s thinking and widen their practice to embrace quality accountability, improvement, performance, and investment that address the multiple layers of planning foresight and investment in people. There are several strategies which will assist an organisation to apply, implement, create and achieve quality in the four quadrants. These include: strategic decision-making; mentoring and coaching.

Reference

Alderman, Gwendolyn (2014) From policy borrowing to implementation: an illuminative evaluation of learning and teaching in higher education in Australia (2002 to 2008). PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.

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