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Leading Curriculum Change. John West-Burnham. Why Change?. From 19 th Century schools to 21 st Century education Learning for the 21 st Century The impact of information technology Social change Economic change A new political order Global warming. Educating for the 21 st Century.

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Leading Curriculum Change

John West-Burnham


Why Change?

  • From 19th Century schools to 21st Century education

  • Learning for the 21st Century

  • The impact of information technology

  • Social change

  • Economic change

  • A new political order

  • Global warming


Educating for the 21st Century

  • From information to knowledge

  • From content to skills and qualities

  • Literacy and numeracy as the core

    A new curriculum

  • Thinking, problem solving and decision making

  • Self management

  • Working with others, emotional literacy

  • Managing information, ICT

  • Creativity


Rethinking the Curriculum


Developing a Curriculum for the 21st Century

  • Build on existing strengths

  • Empower teachers to use professional judgement

  • Rethink the learning process

  • Recognise the changing context of schools

  • See schooling as a cumulative process


From managing change to leading innovation


Levels of change

Shallow

Deep

Profound


Fallacies in the management of change

  • Change is linear

  • Change is predictable

  • Change can be controlled

  • Change can be managed


The 6i’s

  • Introspection

  • Investigation

  • Inclusion

  • Innovation

  • Implementation

  • Insight

    Philadelphia School of the Future

    Microsoft Innovative Schools Program


The qualities of change leaders

  • A commitment to personal change

  • Comfort with complexity and ambiguity

  • High moral confidence

  • A compelling vision

  • Interpersonal engagement

  • A willingness to challenge authority

  • Personal resilience and sustainability


Change as an emotional experience

  • Investment in the status-quo

  • Life histories

  • Psychological contracts

  • Cultural imperatives


Creating a culture for innovation

  • Alignment on purpose and values

  • High trust – a learning community

  • Collaboration and interdependence

  • Openness to innovation and risk

  • Shared leadership

  • Celebration


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