Jill Jameson

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Trust and collective learning are useful features that are enabled by effective collaborative leadership of e-learning projects across higher and further education (HE/FE) institutions promoting lifelong learning. These features contribute effectively to the development of design for learning in communities of e-learning practice. For this, reflexivity,(More)
This study investigated the effects of a training package (written manual, individual training session, and ongoing verbal feedback) on middle school peer tutors' use of embedded, constant time delay procedures and on the learning outcomes for students with significant cognitive disabilities in general education settings. The study data showed that peer(More)
Professor Jill Jameson is professor of Education and Director of the Centre for Leadership and Enterprise, Faculty of Education and Health, School of Education, University of Greenwich. Author of five books and numerous papers, Jill is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, fellow of the Institute for Learning and the Chartered Management Institute, with a(More)
This case study identifies key barriers for staff on the path to an e-University and suggests ways to unlock them. The focus of the evidence-based research is an e-University pilot development in virtual learning in progress at the University of Greenwich (England). Documentary evidence for the study included feedback from 12 sub-projects in the overall(More)