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Learning to Change. Teaching Beyond Subjects and Standards. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2293024
  • Book
  • January 2001
  • 240 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
The success of school reform measures greatly depends on thesupport and commitment of teachers. This book examines therealities of educational change from the frontline perspective ofreform-minded teachers. It charts the perceptions and experiencesof twenty-nine teachers in grades 7 and 8 from four schooldistricts--showing how they grappled with such initiatives asintegrated curriculum, common learning standards, and alternativemodes of assessment.

This book moves beyond the bandwagons of rhetorical change andexamines how these changes work in practice for better and forworse. Authors Andy Hargreaves and Lorna Earl focus on how reformproposals have brought new complexities to teaching practice andwhy major investments of time and support are required if teachinginnovations are to become lasting and effective. Most importantly,they highlight the intense emotional demands that school changeimposes on teachers, and they outline practical strategies forhelping teachers through the difficult transition process--thusensuring that worthwhile reforms flourish and endure.
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Introduction: The New Educational Orthodoxy.

THE SUBSTANCE OF CHANGE.

Standards and Outcomes.

Classroom Assessment.

Curriculum Integration.

THE PROCESS OF CHANGE.

The Intellectual Work of Change.

The Emotional Work of Change.

Supporting and Sustaining Change.

Conclusion: Learning to Change.
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Lorna Earl Education Quality and Accountability Office, Ontario, Canada.

Andy Hargreaves University of Toronto, Canada.

Shawn Moore
Susan Manning
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