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Title: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK


1
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENTFRAMEWORK
  • DIOCESE OF BALLARAT
  • 2004

2
Aims
  • The Leadership Development Framework will
    provide
  • A systematic offering of leadership development
    opportunities which will support
  • Existing programs
  • On the job experience
  • Individual study and reading
  • Professional dialogue with colleagues
  • A variety of meetings / conferences
  • Life long learning
  • A framework which leaders and aspiring leaders
    can use as a guide for developing leadership
    goals and Personal Professional Development Plans
  • Motivation and encouragement to participants in
    applying for formal positions of leadership

3
Underlying Principles
  • The Leadership Development Framework will
  • Be grounded in Catholic culture and experience
  • Emphasize reflective practice, drawing and
    building on the knowledge and experience of
    participants
  • Be grounded in good research and practice and an
    appropriate model of adult education
  • Support a culture of on going learning among
    adults in schools
  • Foster collegial interaction and peer support in
    learning
  • Encourage experimentation and application of
    learning through the assessment of options given.

4
Underlying Principles
  • Allow flexibility in the choice of program
    modules across the dimensions and stages
  • Be accessible to members of school communities
    across the Diocese
  • Encourage the use of technology in the learning
    process, e.g. online learning
  • Provide certification of successful involvement
    in and completion of modules
  • Attract accreditation in postgraduate courses
  • Be subject to on going evaluation and review so
    as to ensure the quality and relevance of the
    program

5
Framework Structure
  • The Leadership Development Framework is based
    on four dimensions of Leadership
  • Faith / Religious Leadership
  • Educational Leadership
  • Administrative Leadership
  • Community / Pastoral Leadership

6
Framework Structure Continued
  • The Leadership Framework is based on three
    indicative stages of leadership responsibility
  • Stage 1
  • For Coordinators, especially those recently
    appointed, and for those aspiring to the role of
    coordinator
  • Stage 2
  • For deputy principals, especially those recently
    appointed, and those aspiring to the role of
    deputy principal
  • Stage 3
  • For newly appointed principals or for existing
    principals seeking refresher modules, and those
    aspiring to the role of principal

7
Framework Structure
  • Participants will have flexibility and choice
    within the Framework in constructing their
    learning pathways. Learning pathways can be
    based on leadership dimensions or leadership
    stages.
  • Each dimension will consist of 6 core modules and
    3 elective modules
  • Each stage will consist of 8 core modules and 4
    elective modules
  • A module will consist of 6 hours attendance at a
    seminar / workshop

8
MODULES
  • CORE MODULES A wide menu of 24 core modules
    will be offered over time enabling participants
    to plan their long term access to and involvement
    in the Leadership Development Framework
  • ELECTIVE MODULES A wide range of existing
    programs / seminars may be included as part of
    meeting the requirements of the Leadership
    Development Framework

9
Program Overview
STAGE FAITH / RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERSHIP COMMUNITY / PASTORAL LEADERSHIP TIME (HOURS)
3 3.3 Elective 3.3 Elective 3.9 Elective 3.12 Elective 72
3 3.2 Partnerships for Mission 3.5 Managing Educational Change 3.8 Strategic Thinking and Planning 3.11 Staff Welfare 72
3 3.1 Leadership for Mission 3.4 Facilitating Staff Professional Development 3.7 Financial Management 3.10 School and the Law 72
2 2.3 Elective 2.6 Elective 2.9 Elective 2.12 Elective 72
2 2.2 R.E. the heart of curriculum 2.5 Curriculum Development 2.8 Human Resource Management 2.11 Communication / Interpersonal skills 72
2 2.1 The culture of the Catholic School 2.4 Principles of Collaborative Decision Making 2.7 School Development Planning 2.10 Student Welfare 72
1 1.3 Elective 1.6 Elective 1.9 Elective 1.12 Elective 72
1 1.2 R.E. Pedagogy and practice 1.5 Teacher support and Supervision 1.8 Developing Policies and Procedures 1.11 Partnership with Parents 72
1 1.1 Prayer and Liturgy 1.4 Leading for Learning 1.7 Manager or Leader? 1.10 Pastoral Care / Student Management 72
Time (Hours) 54 54 54 54 216
10
Leadership Dimensions
FAITH / RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP
3.3 Elective
3.2 Partnerships for Mission
3.1 Leadership for Mission
2.3 Elective
2.2 R.E. The heart of curriculum
2.1 Leadership in a Catholic School
1.3 Elective
1.2 Prayer and Liturgy
1.1 The Culture of the Catholic School
11
Leadership Dimensions
EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP
3.3 Elective
3.5 Managing Educational Change
3.4 Facilitating Staff Professional Development
2.6 Elective
2.5 Curriculum Development
2.4 Principles of Collaborative Decision Making
1.6 Elective
1.5 Teacher Support and Supervision
1.4 Leading for Learning
12
Leadership Dimensions
ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERSHIP
3.9 Elective
3.8 Strategic Thinking and Planning
3.7 Financial Management
2.9 Elective
2.8 Human Resource Management
2.7 School Development Planning
1.9 Elective
1.8 Developing Policies and Procedures
1.7 Manager or Leader?
13
Leadership Dimensions
COMMUNITY / PASTORAL LEADERSHIP
3.12 Elective
3.11 Staff Welfare
3.10 School and the Law
2.12 Elective
2.11 Communication / Interpersonal skills
2.10 Student Welfare
1.12 Elective
1.11 Partnership with Parents
1.10 Pastoral Care / Student Management
14
Leadership Stages
Stage 1
1.3 Elective 1.6 Elective 1.9 Elective 1.12 Elective
1.2 Prayer and Liturgy 1.5 Teacher Support and Supervision 1.8 Developing Policies and Procedures 1.11 Partnership with Parents
1.1 The Culture of The Catholic School 1.4 Leading for Learning 1.7 Manager or Leader? 1.10 Pastoral Care / Student Management
15
Leadership Stages
Stage 2
2.3 Elective 2.6 Elective 2.9 Elective 2.12 Elective
2.2 R.E. The heart of the curriculum 2.5 Curriculum Development 2.8 Human Resource Management 2.11 Communication / Interpersonal skills
2.1 Leadership in a Catholic School 2.4 Principles of Collaborative Decision Making 2.7 School Development Planning 2.10 Student Welfare
16
Leadership Stages
Stage 3
3.3 Elective 3.3 Elective 3.9 Elective 3.12 Elective
3.2 Partnerships in Mission 3.5 Managing Educational Change 3.8 Strategic Thinking and Planning 3.11 Staff Welfare
3.1 Leading for Mission 3.4 Facilitating Staff Professional Development 3.7 Financial Management 3.10 School and the Law
17
4. Program Flexibility
  • Participants will have significant flexibility in
    determining their own pathways into and through
    the Framework
  • Participants may select
  • Discrete module/s
  • Specific dimensions
  • Specific Stages

18
Certification
  • All participants will receive a record of
    attendance for each module participated in
  • Participants who complete 8 core modules and who
    complete additional written tasks associated with
    the modules could receive advanced standing of 2
    units at Certificate or Masters levels.

19
Certification
  • Participants who complete a stage, i.e. 8 core
    units and 4 electives and who meet the assessment
    requirements, will receive a Diocesan School
    Leadership Certificate
  • Stage 1 / Stage 2 / Stage 3
  • Participants who complete a dimension, i.e. 6
    core units and 3 electives and who meet the
    assessment requirements will receive
  • A Diocesan Certificate in Faith / Religious
    Leadership
  • A Diocesan Certificate of Educational Leadership
  • A Diocesan Certificate of Administrative
    Leadership
  • A Diocesan Certificate of Community / Pastoral
    Leadership

20
Advanced Standing for Tertiary Courses
  • Participants who complete 8 core units and meet
    the assessment requirements will be able to apply
    for advanced standing for Certificate and Masters
    Courses in the A.C.U. School of Education

21
Assessment
  • The assessment requirements for participants who
    are seeking a Diocesan Certificate are the
    completion of a piece of reflective writing of
    750 words per module. This task is meant to
    demonstrate transfer of learning to the work
    situation.
  • The assessment requirements for those
    participants seeking advanced standing are the
    completion of a 1500 word assignment per core
    model.

22
Access
  • Modules will be offered in various centres around
    the Diocese on a cyclical basis. They may be
    offered in school or out of school time as-
  • Whole day workshops
  • Sessional workshops
  • 2 x 3 hours
  • 3 x 2 hours
  • Block Offerings
  • e.g. 2 / 3 modules in successive days

23
Presenters
  • Each core module will be designed and delivered
    by a panel consisting of CEO / REC and school
    personnel
  • Organizers who seek prior accreditation of a
    seminar / workshop / conference to be part of the
    Leadership Development Framework will need to
    ensure that the activity is in line with the
    underlying principles and is orientated to
    leadership.

24
Quality Control
  • The design, implementation, monitoring and
    evaluation of the leadership Development
    Framework will be oversighted by a committee
    comprising principals and staff from the C.E.O.
    and R.E.C.

25
Implementation
  • There will be an initial trial of some modules
    later in 2004
  • The Leadership Development Framework will be
    officially launched in 2005, and will be
    progressively implemented over subsequent years

26
Acknowledgement
  • The Leadership Development Framework Committee
    wishes to acknowledge our debt to the Catholic
    Education Office Diocese of Parramatta for
    sharing their work and expertise with us.

27
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