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Two models of reforming education systems – sequential and simultaneous: Vietnam principals’ and teachers’ reactions to the simultaneous model

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Clive Dimmock, Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change, School of Education For decades, we have grown accustomed to the notion of major system reform, typically involving changes to the national curriculum, followed by changes to assessment, school leadership and governance, teacher professional development and other areas – all or some of which follow in sequential… Continue reading

Capacity Building of Schools in Vietnam

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Congratulations to Clive Dimmock, who with Michele Schweisfurth and Chris Chapman, has won a grant from The British Council (Higher Education Partnership Fund) to build capacity of Vietnam schools to implement fundamental and comprehensive reforms through designing and piloting interventions through professional development. This complements a previous grant from the Head Foundation. More details of the work… Continue reading