It is impossible to ignore the need for a ‘new normal’ in Australian education in 2022.

This new normal requires teachers to produce creative and hybrid learning experiences which integrate delivery across time and place; as absenteeism grows exponentially.

Threats to quality education are at critical levels:  

  • The spread of Omicron
  • Student vaccination rates
  • Stay-at-home quarantines (real or impending)
  • Remote learning
  • A surge of absenteeism

Teachers need a radically new kind of curriculum design to…

  • Integrate live, synchronous, and asynchronous learning seamlessly
  • Address absenteeism through delivery at the cutting-edge of motivation and creative engagement
  • Focus on efficient use of time and resources
  • Support professional development & career growth for teachers, who are facing unprecedented challenges and burnout in this new world of education.

Kadenze’s short courses efficiently and inventively prepare you to face
whatever 2022 throws your way.

Kadenze has specialised in online creative education since 2015, producing over 3,000 hours of content and hundreds of courses in the creative arts, design and creative technology.

By partnering with leading universities like

we have developed a proven learning design framework to provide affordable world-class online education.

Your 21st Century Learning Framework:

Technology Enabled Creative Learning (TECL)

Art is solving problems that cannot be formulated before they have been solved. The shaping of the question is part of the answer.” 

 -Pete Hein, Poet, Architect and Mathematician

Your 21st Century Learning Framework: Technology Enabled Creative Learning (TECL)

A professional development course for teachers, delivered online over an intensive 6-hour period.

Learning Outcomes

In this six-hour program you will 

  • Appreciate the benefits of applying arts-led learning principles to online learning design as evidenced in Kadenze’s Technology Enabled Creative Learning (TECL) framework
  • Manipulate each of the three dimensions of the TECL framework to enhance learning design Integrate live, synchronous, and asynchronous learning seamlessly
  • Devise instances showing how TECL and hybrid modes of delivery produce lesson designs to heighten creativity and student engagement
  • Appraise the significance of the Technology Enabled Creative Learning (TECL) framework for your own teaching and learning.


  1. Professor Emeritus Brad Haseman, EVP, Kadenze
  2. Jackie Kauli, Associate Professor, QUT.
  3. Amanda Morris, Director, Higher Education Engagement, Kadenze, Inc.
  4. John Holyoke, Lincoln Center Education, NYC


Principal resource: TECL eBook

Synchronous Keynote x 2 sessions on zoom (45 mins)

Asynchronous sessions x 5 

Templates, resources and teaching tips

Topics Covered

• Investigating the TECL framework
  – Applying TECL Principles and Animating Questions
  – Mapping instructional activities for the learning journey
  – Multimodal settings for learning – classroom, asynchronous, synchronous.

Curriculum renewal with arts-led learning design
  – learning design for action and interaction
  – lesson design as artful practice.
• Learning journeys:

Where are we headed and how will we know when we get there? Clarifying and sharing goals, intentions & criteria for success; questions that guide. The ‘elevations’ which make an effective creative course.

Course Dates

Friday 14 January to Tuesday 18 January 2022


Friday 21 January to Tuesday 25 January 2022


Friday 28 January to Tuesday 1 February 2022

10:00 AM Australia (AEDT)

[for zoom sessions on start and finish dates]*

*Zoom start times may be subject to change.

Your instructors


Professor Emeritus Brad Haseman, EVP, Kadenze,

Brad Haseman joined Kadenze, Inc. as Executive Vice President in 2019. He oversees arts-led pedagogies and learning design for their global online courses. Prior to joining Kadenze Brad worked for thirty years at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) where he was Professor in Drama Education and held a range of senior leadership posts.




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John Holyoke, Lincoln Center Education, NYC

John Holyoke is Assistant Director of Instructional Design and Delivery at Lincoln Center Education
(LCE). With over twenty years’ experience, John is responsible for curriculum development, facilitation, and professional development around Lincoln Center’s renowned Aesthetic Education practice.

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Amanda Morris, Director, Higher Education Engagement, Kadenze, Inc.

Dr.Amanda Morris is an arts educator, known for innovative arts programs and creative collaboration. Her career spans leadership roles in higher education, as Executive Director Conservatoire at NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) in Australia, as Dean Performing Arts at LASALLE College of the Arts in Singapore and as Director, Centre for Fine Arts, Music and Theatre at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. Amanda’s expertise is in performing arts and digital media.


Jackie Kauli, Associate Professor, QUT.

Jackie Kauli is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Creative Industries, Education and Social Justice at Queensland University of Technology. She works across research and development projects which support the use of indigenous and arts-based research approaches.


Adjunct Professor Paul Makeham

Paul has extensive experience in the design and delivery of programs, courses and seminars, with a
particular focus on Creative Leadership and Authentic Communication.

Professor Emeritus Brad Haseman

He is a pioneer of drama in schools and arts education and is known internationally as a teacher and workshop leader (Process Drama), arts researcher (Performative Research) and community engagement practitioner (Applied Theatre and Teaching Artistry). In 2018 Brad was awarded the title of Professor Emeritus by QUT. In 2018 Brad was the lead designer/curator on The Basics of Teaching Artistry, an online course with partners the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Sydney Opera House and Lincoln Centre Education, New York. Brad is a member of the International Teaching Artist Collaborative which supports global initiatives in art and social activism

Dr Amanda Morris

At NIDA she provided leadership in research and development into drama and new media for which she won the first British Academy Award for Interactive Entertainment for an interactive digital learning program, StageStruck.
Amanda made a significant contribution to the dramatic arts by establishing the NIDA Open Program, Australia’s largest performing arts short course program. Amanda is pleased to join Kadenze as Director, Higher Education Engagement, developing Kadenze’s network of academic partners and driving new course development.

John Holyoke

 John helped to develop Lincoln Center’s Pop-Up Classroom series, an initiative to deliver arts learning to young people at home due to the Coronavirus. With almost 2.5 million views and eighty episodes, Pop-Up Classroom remains one of Lincoln Center’s most effective programs in the pandemic year. John co-created LCE’s online course for teaching artists as part of the Basics of Teaching Artistry Program on the Kadenze learning platform. He facilitates a course on Arts Learning at Teachers College, Columbia University. He has helped to develop and refine Lincoln Center’s Teaching Artist Development Guide and served as consultant on Kadenze’s Technology Enabled Creative Learning (TECL) framework.

Associate Professor Jackie Kauli
Jackie’s work focuses on harnessing drama techniques, creative practice and communication strategies to contribute to the development of practice and theory. In particular, one of her areas of expertise is process drama and how drama techniques can be applied in community development and research. Jackie co-leads the collective CRID group ( that focuses on the application of creative approaches to scaffold learning in cross-cultural contexts. She holds a PhD in Creative Industries from Queensland University of Technology and has over 15 years experience working in international development on issues around health, education and gender

Adjunct Professor Paul Makeham
 For over 30 years, Paul has been dedicated to supporting human development through his work in senior academic leadership and management, research and higher education, and corporate learning and development. His career at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), included many senior leadership roles including the first Director of Corporate Education for the Creative Industries. Paul’s curriculum design skills meant he served as the Foundation Coordinator of QUT’s Bachelor of Creative Industries, the world’s first degree program of its type. He remains an Adjunct Professor in the School of Creative Practice at QUT. He is a Senior Associate with Performance Frontiers and, with Kadenze, is a core member of the Unmuting Creativity Online team, and leads curriculum design for the ground-breaking IMPACT: Climate project for the International Teaching Artist Collaborative.