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DLTV Outstanding Leader of the Year

The DLTV Outstanding Leader of the Year Award acknowledges the work of educational leaders and innovators and recognises significant advocacy, support and promotion of the use of ICT in education. Candidates will have had a distinguished career and proven inspirational achievement in leading ICT in the education community.

This may include their work in:

  • Achieving excellence in digital learning innovation and development and work tirelessly to improve the quality of education

  • Assisting in the building of partnerships to advance the use of digital learning in education (e.g. school and community partnerships, school and industry partnerships).

  • Planning, developing and implementing programs to advance digital learning in education.

  • Providing advocacy for digital learning in education to the extent that their work is used as a model for others.

  • Serving as a catalyst for policy change and development in ICT in education.

  • Nurturing and mentoring individuals, groups and/or associations to enhance the use of digital learning in education.

  • Conducting research and/or writing about digital learning in education.

  • Inspiring others to strive for excellence.


Recognition

The winner of the award will receive:

  • An award presented at the next DLTV state conference, DigiCon

  • Individual membership to DLTV for one year

  • Recognition on the DLTV website

  • Nomination as Victoria's nominee for the ACCE 2017 Leader of the Year


Selection Process

The selection committee for the award will consist of a panel designated by the DLTV Committee of Management and will consider the submission according to the award criteria.

Eligibility

Nominees must be based in a educational institution and considered a member of the staff of that institution. Applicants must be either an individual member of DLTV or a staff member of a DLTV member school or learning institution.

Submission Process

Nomination should be supplied to the Chair of the selection committee (at office@dltv.vic.edu.au) by 31st May. Submissions for awards should be restricted to six pages only (or equivalent) of printable information with the exception of supporting evidence in other media.

Application should include:

  • Cover Letter

  • Nomination Statement (including reference to criteria)

  • Letters of Recommendation (minimum of two)


Criteria for Selection

The nominee:

  • Is respected as a leader and innovator both internal and external to their own institution

  • Has made a positive impact on technology use in education; locally, regionally, statewide, nationally and/or worldwide

  • Assists in the building of partnerships to advance the use of digital learning in education (e.g. school and community partnerships, school and industry partnerships).

  • Acts as a catalyst for policy change and development in digital learning and teaching in education.

  • Nurtures and mentors individuals, groups and/or associations to enhance the use of digital learning in education.

  • Conducts research and/or writing about digital learning in education.
    Inspires others to strive for excellence.

  • Work reflects the mission and vision of DLTV and represents DLTV in all forums.


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