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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

Leading Curriculum Change

John West-Burnham


Why change

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 21 st century

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

Rethinking the Curriculum


Developing a curriculum for the 21 st century

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

From managing change to leading innovation


Levels of change

Levels of change

Shallow

Deep

Profound


Fallacies in the management of change

Fallacies in the management of change

  • Change is linear

  • Change is predictable

  • Change can be controlled

  • Change can be managed


The 6i s

The 6i’s

  • Introspection

  • Investigation

  • Inclusion

  • Innovation

  • Implementation

  • Insight

    Philadelphia School of the Future

    Microsoft Innovative Schools Program


The qualities of change leaders

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

Change as an emotional experience

  • Investment in the status-quo

  • Life histories

  • Psychological contracts

  • Cultural imperatives


Creating a culture for innovation

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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