Managing Curricular Innovation

Managing Curricular Innovation

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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of instituting change in language education programs. Markee presents a theoretical framework based on an analysis of five different language aid programs which instituted major changes in syllabus and curriculum. The text illustrates how the framework was applied to the management of a major curricular change in a U.S. university program. An analysis of this case study leads to the formulation of nine principles that language teaching professionals may use to guide their own management of educational innovation. The conclusions reached will be of interest to language teachers, researchers, teacher educators, and program administrators.Section 1 ^Introduction: A brainstorming activity is followed by an analysis of cause-and-effect relationships. Section 2 ... Section 6 Output: Based on the abstracts, and utilizing sources, students write a cause-and-effect essay. Section 7anbsp;...

Title:Managing Curricular Innovation
Author: Numa Markee
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1997-01-01

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