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1 1. What is a new paradigm, and is it needed? 2. What might a new paradigm of education be like? 3. What are the implications for the IU SoE? A New Paradigm of Education Charles M. Reigeluth Charles M. Reigeluth

2 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed? There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting.

3 There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

4 There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Main Point #1: Systemic change is needed when a systems environment changes dramatically. Systemic change is needed when a systems environment changes dramatically. 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

5 There are two major kinds of change: Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Piecemeal, tinkering, modifying, adjusting. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Systemic change, paradigm shift, transforming. Main Point #1: Systemic change is needed when a systems environment changes dramatically. Systemic change is needed when a systems environment changes dramatically. Has that happened in K-12 education? 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

6 History of major paradigm shifts. 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

7 History of major paradigm shifts. Tofflers three great waves of change. Development of agricultureDevelopment of agriculture Industrial revolution (physical capabilities)Industrial revolution (physical capabilities) Information revolution (mental capabilities)Information revolution (mental capabilities) 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

8 History of major paradigm shifts. Tofflers three great waves of change. Development of agricultureDevelopment of agriculture Industrial revolution (physical capabilities)Industrial revolution (physical capabilities) Information revolution (mental capabilities)Information revolution (mental capabilities) Each wave of change brought paradigm shifts in all of societys systems. 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

9 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Paradigm Shifts 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

10 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed? Paradigm Shifts

11 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Paradigm Shifts 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

12 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrain Paradigm Shifts 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

13 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Paradigm Shifts 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

14 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Education: One-roomCurrent schoolhousesystem 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed? Paradigm Shifts

15 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Education: One-roomCurrent How is the schoolhousesystemdifference similar? similar? 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed? Paradigm Shifts

16 Waves of change: AgrarianIndustrialInformation Family:Extended Nuclear Working-parent familyfamilyfamily Business:Family BureaucracyTeam Transportation: HorseTrainPlane & car Education:One-roomCurrent ? schoolhousesystem Paradigm Shifts 1. What is a New Paradigm, and Is It Needed?

17 Main Points #2: Systemic change is fundamental transformation. Big changes in society cause (require) systemic changes in all societal systems. 1. What is Systemic Change, and Is It Needed?

18 Main Points #2: Systemic change is fundamental transformation. Big changes in society cause (require) systemic changes in all societal systems. Pull (new needs) and push (means). 1. What is Systemic Change, and Is It Needed?

19 Main Points #2: Systemic change is fundamental transformation. Big changes in society cause (require) systemic changes in all societal systems. Pull (new needs) and push (means). Does this make sense so far? 1. What is Systemic Change, and Is It Needed?

20 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

21 Industrial AgeInformation Age Look at Societal Changes 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

22 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Look at Societal Changes 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

23 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Look at Societal Changes 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

24 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Look at Societal Changes 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

25 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like? Look at Societal Changes

26 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. Look at Societal Changes 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

27 Look at Societal Changes Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

28 Look at Societal Changes Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative ConformityDiversity 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

29 Look at Societal Changes Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative ConformityDiversity One-way communicationsNetworking 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

30 Industrial AgeInformation Age Bureaucratic organizationTeam organization Autocratic leadershipShared leadership Centralized controlAutonomy, accountability Adversarial relationshipsCooperative relationships Mass production, etc.Customized production, etc. ComplianceInitiative ConformityDiversity One-way communicationsNetworking CompartmentalizationHolism (Division of Labor) (Integration of tasks) (Division of Labor) (Integration of tasks) 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like? Look at Societal Changes

31 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like? Main Point #3 To understand what features an information-age educational or training system should have... We must first understand the changing needs and conditions of the emerging information society.

32 Main Point #3 To understand what features an information-age educational or training system should have... We must first understand the changing needs and conditions of the emerging information society. Work place Family Society Work place Family Society 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

33 Work Place How has the work place changed? Thinking Cooperation Initiative Thinking Cooperation Initiative 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

34 Work Place How has the work place changed? Thinking Cooperation Initiative Thinking Cooperation InitiativeResponse: Change the curriculum? But... Change the curriculum? But... Students aren't learning enough. Costs are rising. Hidden curriculum. 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

35 Work Place How has the work place changed? Thinking Cooperation Initiative Thinking Cooperation InitiativeResponse: Change the curriculum? But... Change the curriculum? But... Students aren't learning enough. Costs are rising. Hidden curriculum. Change the paradigm. In what ways? Change the paradigm. In what ways? 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

36 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... General Features 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

37 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning General Features 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

38 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based General Features 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

39 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based Group-basedPerson-based General Features 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

40 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based Group-basedPerson-based Teacher-basedResource-based General Features 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

41 People learn at different rates.... People learn at different rates.... Sortingvs. Learning Sortingvs. Learning Time-based Attainment-based Group-basedPerson-based Teacher-basedResource-based A key: The report card General Features 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

42 Emerging Picture of General Features for an Information-Age System Mastery learning Mastery learning Continuous progress Continuous progress Personal learning plans (customized) Personal learning plans (customized) Performance-based assessment (PBA) Performance-based assessment (PBA) Performance-based learning (PBL) Performance-based learning (PBL)

43 Emerging Picture of General Features for an Information-Age System Mastery learning Mastery learning Continuous progress Continuous progress Personal learning plans (customized) Personal learning plans (customized) Performance-based assessment (PBA) Performance-based assessment (PBA) Performance-based learning (PBL) Performance-based learning (PBL) Cooperative learning (teams) Cooperative learning (teams) Advanced technologies as tools Advanced technologies as tools Teacher as coach or facilitator Teacher as coach or facilitator Thinking skills and meaning making Thinking skills and meaning making Interpersonal skills Interpersonal skills

44 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

45 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Neglect Lack of discipline Neglect Lack of discipline 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

46 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Neglect Lack of discipline Neglect Lack of disciplineResponse: More discipline, free lunch programs, it's not our problem. But What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

47 Family What kinds of changes have occurred? Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Lack of communication Emotional needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Mental and physical abuse Physical needs unmet Neglect Lack of discipline Neglect Lack of disciplineResponse: More discipline, free lunch programs, it's not our problem. But... Change the paradigm! How? Need for: Caring environment Cooperation with parent(s) Concern for whole child Cooperation with parent(s) Concern for whole child 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

48 Emerging Picture of Features for an Information-Age System A "teacher" is responsible for a child for a period of about 4 years. A "teacher" is responsible for a child for a period of about 4 years. That teacher is responsible for educating the whole child.That teacher is responsible for educating the whole child. Each school has no more than 10 teachers, to create a smaller, caring environment (the notion of schools-within-a-school).Each school has no more than 10 teachers, to create a smaller, caring environment (the notion of schools-within-a-school). Each student develops a quarterly contract with the teacher and parents.Each student develops a quarterly contract with the teacher and parents.

49 Does it make sense to you that our educational system has had a sorting focus? 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

50 Does it make sense to you that our educational system has had a sorting focus? And that the educational needs of the information age require a shift to a learning focus? 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

51 Does it make sense to you that our educational system has had a sorting focus? And that the educational needs of the information age require a shift to a learning focus? And that this will require many fundamental changes throughout the educational system? 2. What Might a New Paradigm of Education Be Like?

52 3. Implications for the IU SoE

53 Broad Issues Need for a new paradigm of teaching Customized, focused on the learner.Customized, focused on the learner. 3. Implications for the IU SoE

54 Broad Issues Need for a new paradigm of teaching Customized, focused on the learner.Customized, focused on the learner. Need for new organizational structures Flexibility, choice, and supporting roleFlexibility, choice, and supporting role 3. Implications for the IU SoE

55 1. What should a school system be like? Learning experiences, instruction, administration, governance Technology transformation, not integration Implications for Research 3. Implications for the IU SoE

56 1. What should a school system be like? Learning experiences, instruction, administration, governance Technology transformation, not integration 2. How can we help a school system to redesign itself? Ethical design processes. Empower communities to design their future. Implications for Research 3. Implications for the IU SoE

57 Need for interdisciplinary collaboration Implications for Service 3. Implications for the IU SoE

58 Need for interdisciplinary collaboration Need for intensive, sustained efforts in schools Implications for Service 3. Implications for the IU SoE

59 Need for interdisciplinary collaboration Need for intensive, sustained efforts in schools Implications for 21st Century Teachers, CRLT (CEE), Policy Center, the charter schools initiative, and much more Implications for Service 3. Implications for the IU SoE

60 How should preservice teacher education change? Content Methods (PT3, small TE programs) Implications for Teaching 3. Implications for the IU SoE

61 How should preservice teacher education change? Content Methods (PT3, small TE programs) How should inservice teacher education change? Sustained, customized Coordinated with service activities Implications for Teaching 3. Implications for the IU SoE

62 … to become the leading school of education in the country. The Opportunity … 3. Implications for the IU SoE


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