In the information based society the rate of change is very rapid. Often our perception about the world changes when we encounter new information, systems or experiences. Educators encounter different types of changes to meet the needs of students and society. Now the question educators, administers and policymakers is asking — how to deal with the change? To guide the change, Ellsworth (2000) presents a list of classical educational change models. Continue reading Educational Change Models
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