The student can describe the learning outcomes that they wish to explore on this course; identify the knowledge, skills and understanding they wish to develop during the course; explain their motivation for exploring this content in greater depth, and describe and explain how they will measure the success of their learning on this course. The student can develop an individual learning program using the concept of Rhizomatic learning, design a program of research and investigation to enable the construction of knowledge and understanding, evaluate their own learning needs and preferences, and demonstrate the ability to situate their new learning within their own working context. The student is able to manage their own learning so as to achieve their learning objectives. He/she is able to adopt an open attitude to the learning process.
The student can analyse and synthesise the knowledge and skills learning during the course, evaluate and critique their learning process, reflect on what they have learned from the experience, describe how they might apply what they have learned to their own working environments and contexts, and justify and critique the processes used to research and investigate their chosen topic. The student is able to analyse and evaluate their own learning, take responsibility for their own learning, and, if appropriate collaborate in the learning process with peers and colleagues. The student demonstrates the ability to evaluate and adapt their learning approach as required and
is open to ideas and support from colleagues and peers as a part of the learning process. He/she is open to new technologies, new pedagogies.
The student can justify and defend their educational choices for the course. He/she synthesises new learning and understanding and apply it to their own context. The student can analyse synthesise new information and recognise possible implications for education and for their own career development, demonstrates the characteristics of heautogical learning, evaluate different learning approaches, and
demonstrate the ability to adapt their approach as required. The student is an autodidact and is able to make explicit the links between theory and practice so as to embody the principles of praxis as an educational leader. The student is an educational change agent. He/she is tolerant of those who have different views, opinions, norms and values. The student is open to new methods and ideas, including those driven by modern technological solutions and willing and able to tolerate an acceptable and appropriate level of risk. The student is able to adapt their communications techniques and strategies as appropriate to the given situation, including tone, pace, intonation, body language, facial expression, dress and appearance, level of formality. The student is able to demonstrate the ability to actively listen.