Tip: To gather records for later use, such as citation listing, click an item's Add to My Collection + icon. Click My Collection at any time to see your accumulated records. My Collection lasts for the duration of your browser session.
Riley D, Bhindi NL. Quality Education Versus Quality Learning. 2003.
Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/3980
Quality Education Versus Quality Learning
The conference theme of Quality Schools Equal Quality Education raise; once again the perplexing conundrums of what constitutes quality, how it is conceptualised, and how it is promoted, assured and sustained. It points to the challenge of definition, management and operationalisation. Not all these questions were raised nor were they all resolved, but they constituted the scarlet thread that wove the Conference presentations and workshops. Seen in the context of school improvement and school effectiveness movements, change management and the learning organisation, the quest for quality schools and quality education makes a great deal of common sense.
Quality Schools Equal Quality Education: Australian Council for Educational Leaders New South Wales 2002 State Conference, Armidale, p. 110-119 (2003) -- isbn:1863898263 -- ACEL: Australian Council for Educational Leaders -- 2003
ACEL: Australian Council for Education Leaders NSW 2002 State Conference, Armidale, Australia, April 2002