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Title :Challenges to Innovation in Japanese Tertiary Educational Institutions : The Case of Advanced CEP
Authors :Hadley, Gregory
Publisher :新潟国際情報大学情報文化学部
Issue Date :Mar-2006
Journal Title :新潟国際情報大学情報文化学部紀要
Volume :9
Start Page :29
End Page :44
ISSN :1343-490X
Abstract :In light of the ongoing developments with the Advanced Levels of the Communicative English Program (CEP), this paper considers some of the background literature that discusses change and innovation in educational institutions. It is argued that change agents should learn as much as possible about the organizational culture of the school. The potential level of political vulnerability that might be experienced by innovators, and the real world needs of the stakeholders should also be identified before implementing reforms. The description of the educational environment, stakeholders and strategies taken in the development of Advanced CEP will hopefully to serve as a reference to potential change agents as they consider ways and means to create improved learning environments at their schools and institutions.
Type Local :Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language :eng
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/10623/18799
Relation :http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110006203371
Rights :本文データは学協会の許諾に基づきCiNiiから複製したものである
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