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New Paradigm for Re-engineering Education

Globalization, Localization and Individualization

  • Yin Cheong Cheng

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Pages 1-15
  3. New Paradigm for Education Reform

  4. New Paradigm for Educational Leadership

  5. Re-engineering School Management for Effectiveness

About this book

Introduction

In response to the challenges of globalization and local development, educational reforms are inevitably becoming one of the major trends in the Asia-Pacific Region or other parts of the world. Based on the most recent research and international observations, this book aims to present a new paradigm including various new concepts, frameworks and theories for reengineering education. It can provide educators, school leaders and practitioners, educational officials, change agents, researchers, and policy-makers with a comprehensive new perspective to implement educational reforms, enhance leadership, and change school management in a context of globalization, localization and individualization.

This book has 21 chapters in three sections. Section I "New Paradigm of Educational Reform" including eight chapters, illustrates the new paradigm and frameworks of reengineering education, fostering human development and analysing reform policies and also discusses the trends and challenges of educational reforms in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Section II "New Paradigm of Educational Leadership" with five chapters aims to elaborate how the nature, role and practice of school leadership can be transformed towards a new paradigm and respond to the three waves of education reforms.

Section III "Reengineering School Management for Effectiveness" with eight chapters aims to provide various practical frameworks for reengineering school management processes and implementing changes in school practices.

 

Keywords

Educational Leadership education education reform learning quality school

Authors and affiliations

  • Yin Cheong Cheng
    • 1
  1. 1.Asia-Pacific Educational Research AssociationThe Hong Kong Institute of EducationChina

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