FLI Fellowship - Mr Edlington

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1. Educators directly involved

1.1. Police

1.2. Academics

1.3. Increased reflection on own practice

1.4. External Specialists

2. Students

2.1. Student Learning Experience

2.1.1. Powerful Engagement

2.1.2. Strong Interaction

3. FLI

3.1. FLI Staff

3.1.1. Strategic Projects Officer

3.1.1.1. Mentoring

3.2. Teaching Fellows

3.2.1. Community of Practice

3.2.2. [email protected]

3.3. Director's Research

3.3.1. Reflective Prompts

4. School of Policing Studies (SoPS)

4.1. Culture

4.1.1. Recognising current values

4.1.2. Lack of critical reflection

4.1.3. Cultural change

4.2. Relationship between CSU and NSW Police

5. CSU Educators

6. PBL & Student-Centred Approaches

6.1. eLearning Product

6.1.1. Dialogue with Peers

6.1.2. Critique of Practice by educators

6.1.3. Examples of Good Practice

6.1.4. Continuing engagement by Educators in PBL and Student-Centred approaches

6.1.5. Occupational Identity

6.1.6. Emotional Intelligence

6.2. Facilitator Development Scheme

6.3. Receiving the Fellowship helped legitimise this approach to teaching & learning

7. Fellow's Academic Activities

7.1. CSUEd

7.1.1. Unable to attend 2011

7.2. Additional Publications

7.2.1. Pending data on implementation/effectiveness

7.3. Generating Change towards PBL

7.3.1. Increased legitimacy in the eyes of other SoPS in receiving the Fellowship

7.3.2. Leading by example

7.3.3. Igniting enthusiasm in others

7.4. Career Development

7.4.1. Invited to assist in the implementation of a student-centred approach to Police Training in Indonesia

7.5. Shaping professional identity

7.5.1. Increasingly recognised as having some expertise in the area of PBL

7.5.1.1. Involvement in wider CSU projects

7.6. Individual Approach

7.6.1. Personal values, philosophy, beliefs

8. Charles Sturt University