Dr Wesley Payne McClendon
In the changing landscape of learning in general and higher education in particular, the traditional models of engagement, delivery and outcomes will need to be transformed to capitalise on new ways of thinking and learning, and leverage technology to meet a broadening learning population. To maintain competitiveness in a growing market of new and alternative learning delivery entrants, institutions will be required to dedicate resources towards creating their unique value proposition in which to define their market service offering.
The successful learning model of the future will be integrated within a delivery framework that has multiple touch points bringing together people, technology and learning outcomes. This session will focus on:
- How we learn to develop and accept the incremental change paradigm
- What’s required to re-learn big picture thinking resulting in disruptive innovation
- Applying transformative thinking to learning systems of engagement, delivery and outcome