Leadership strategies in mobile English as a Second Language training
This paper reviews a pilot mobile learning project for English as a Second Language implemented by a unimodal distance education institution to present an argument favouring the use of a distributed leadership approach for sustainability of the project. The authors’ position is grounded in the literature which suggests that distributed leadership in mobile and distance learning can provide a framework for sustainability of this project.
Copyright (c) 2014 Djenana Jalovcic, Linda McCloud-Bondoc, Anthony Ralston
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