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Clarke HERDSA 2014

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Andrea Chester

on 13 September 2014

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Transcript of Clarke HERDSA 2014

Fostering deep reflection on teaching in a globalised world through peer partnerships
Angela Clarke, Andrea Chester, Dallas Wingrove
RMIT Australia
Fiona Weibusch & Melanie Brown
RMIT Vietnam
Partnership Principles

Experiential, reflective learning
Voluntary & confidential
Owned & adapted by schools
Quality improvement outcomes
Reciprocal relationships
Reflective practice

Best PD ever! …this is a great structure for reflective practice in teaching and learning! (RMIT Australia)

Removing content familiarity illuminated a focus on general teaching practice in interdisciplinary observations. (RMIT Vietnam)

Very positive and insightful. Helped me conceive and expand possibilities for my own teaching practice. Sparked new ideas. (RMIT Australia)

It’s nice to get a fresh view of my teaching practice. (RMIT Vietnam)

For further information about Peer Partnerships


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Semester implementation guide
Next steps
Cross-campus partnerships

Distributed leadership

Embedding cultural change
148 partners (68 women, 80 men) 19 leaders (11 women, 8 men)
47 partners (23 women, 24 men)
5 leaders (4 women, 1 man)
1. The context
2. The Peer Partnership model
3. The outcomes
Teaching experience M = 12.6 years
SD = 9.46
Professional relationships

This was a great opportunity to work with a colleague from outside our immediate area. Making connections and receiving confirmation and suggestions is so hard to come by – thank-you. (RMIT Australia)

My partner has become my ‘safe person’ who I can go to for advice when I need feedback on anything I’m unsure of or in the lead up to introducing anything new. (RMIT Australia)

The most interesting aspect of this program is the concept of non-threatening partnerships as a tool for learning. (RMIT Vietnam)

I found the opportunity to listen, discuss, contribute and feel part of a teaching community very helpful. (RMIT Vietnam)

It takes time to develop rapport and a close professional relationship – this seems like the key to ultimately unlocking the value of this sort of program. It would be great to see this program more deeply integrated into the teaching calendar. (RMIT Australia)

2000+ teaching staff
300+ teaching staff
Peer Partnership Model
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