Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf

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Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf free download

Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf free download. Genuine educational change remains a desideratum. To achieve such change requires that the very essential elements of schooling be clearly delineated and set apart from the myriad of functions that transpire in schools. Large numbers of educational change efforts focused on critical but nevertheless partial features of schools, leaving other features to operate in their routine fashion.

Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf free download

A view of schools limited to one or two select elements of schooling, such as curriculum, assessment, pace of instruction, time on task, or even instructional methods, has limited scope and restrict change efforts to the topics identified. Absent is an encompassing systems view of schools that stands a greater chance of directing efforts that will accomplish significant change.

Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf free download

We propose a short and compact formula that indicates the variables considered to be absolutely essential and irreplaceable for the proper functioning of schools. The formula focuses on six variables or features of school organization that constitute schools’ “behavioral regularities” (Sarason, 1971, 1982, 1995). Our contention here is not only that schools cannot function without them, but that schools cannot undergo significant change without all of these elements serving as objects of the change process.

Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf free download

Our formula, presented and explained in detail in the course of this short book, has two versions. One is the version whose organizational and/or pedagogical reality prevails in today’s schools and generally does not lead to productive learning for students (page 10). The other version is our proposal for restructured secondary schools that can potentially achieve the goal of productive learning for a large portion of the students (page 15).

Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf free download

Organizing Schools for Productive Learning by Shlomo Sharan and Ivy Geok Chin Tan pdf free download

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