|1.||Analyse the historical, social, political and economic factors influencing innovation in a range of cultural contexts;|
|2.||Relate learning theories, principles and practices to innovation;|
|3.||Identify and critique the values informing innovation;|
|4.||Analyse and compare models of innovation;|
|5.||Develop innovation that is flexible and responsive to the experiences of learners;|
|6.||Collaborate experiences of innovation in a range of contexts; and|
|7.||Investigate personal and professional needs and strengths in terms of knowledge of innovation.|
|Assignment||A critical exploration of key issues in this unit, as negotiated with course co-ordinator||20%|
|Presentation||Presentation (or other as negotiated with the course co-ordinator)||30%|
|Report||A critical analysis of an innovation in a specific educational or organisational setting, or by negotiation.||50%|
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