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Change forces : probing the depths of educational reform / Michael Fullan
Bib ID 1251186
Format BookBook
Author
Fullan, Michael
 
Description London ; New York : Falmer Press, 1993 
x, 162 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 1850008264
1850008256
1850008256
1850008264
Series

School development and the management of change series

Full contents
  • Ch. 1. The Problem and the Potential of Educational Change
  • Ch. 2. Moral Purpose and Change Agentry
  • Ch. 3. The Complexity of the Change Process
  • Ch. 4. The School as a Learning Organization
  • Ch. 5. The Learning Organization and its Environment
  • Ch. 6. Teacher Education: Society's Missed Opportunity
  • Ch. 7. The Individual and the Learning Society.
 
Notes

Series from dust jacket.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 148-156) and index.

Subjects Educational change.  |  Educational planning.

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