By Jerrold E. Kemp, Ed.D.
An experienced-based, practical procedure for planning and implementing a systematic process that can guide toward necessary achievements and cost-effective results on a local school level—designed for use by persons affiliated with public schools, either directly or indirectly.
An Interactive Guidebook provides a Systematic, Progressive Approach to—
- Principles, Practices & Outcomes
- Instructional Design & Development
- School Improvement
- Transformation of Teaching
- Successful Learning Results
This book is unique among publications on the subject of educational reform. It offers a realistic perspective and practical activities that encourage the reader to
participate and consider local applications in terms of interests and needs.
An Interactive Guidebook for Designing Education in the 21st Century is the second in the Leadership Series of books for school administrators published by TECHNOS Press of the Agency for Instructional Technology (AIT). It is a joint publication with the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) and was published in 2000.
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