Welcome to Flexible ACE revisited...

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In 2004 TAFE frontiers and Southern Western Port Learning Communities conducted a series of state-wide focus groups exploring flexible learning in ACE. The purpose was to provide a snapshot of current practice as well as gather information on the impact of various state and national flexible learning initiatives on the capability of ACE organisations.
The report is a "big picture" view that also provides details on how flexible delivery and e-learning are impacting on specific individuals, communities and program areas.
The research found that despite some significant obstacles flexible teaching and learning is flourishing in ACE- as it has for a long time. The use and constant exploration of ICT tools to further enhance a teaching culture so firmly rooted in learner centered approaches, has confirmed that for ACE flexible delivery is more than just ICT.
You can also view the case studies funded by TAFE frontiers during 2002 - 2004 by clicking the link below.
Case studies

As part of its commitment to build on previous research the AccessACE project will conduct a focus group to revisit issues and challenges outlined in the original report.

On 27th April 2007 twelve representatives from ACE around the state will meet to discuss the research project and companion website in a session led by Glenda McPherson, Josie Rose and Mary Schooneveldt, the original researchers of the paper.

You can download a copy of the paper from this link below and have a look at the practical guide case studies from this link.

Flexible ACE - more than just technology (

Practical guide @ http://www.swplc.vic.edu.au/flexi_ace_site/prac_guide.html

best hopes, worst fears, crazy dreams

Your best hopes and worst fears in the introduction of ICTs in teaching and learning. Do you have any?

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Best hopes...worst fears