Markee, N.P.P. (1996). Managing curricular innovation. New York: Cambridge University Press.

This book provides researchers, teacher educators and teachers with a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of managing curricular innovation. Based on a synthesis of issues and problems that have affected the design, implementation and maintenance of language aid programs and five innovative syllabuses developed in both developed and under-developed countries, the author proposes a theoretical framework for understanding the management of change in language education. He then illustrates how these theoretical principles have been used to to organize a project in curricular innovation at a US university. Based on this case study, he then proposes nine principles which language teaching professionals may use to guide their own attempts at managing educational innovation.

 

Markee, N.P.P. (1996). Managing curricular innovation. New York: Cambridge University Press.


 

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