Our Crude Handling of Educational Reforms: The Case of Curricular Integration

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  • Roland Case

Abstract

Failings in British Columbia’s efforts to promote curricular integration illustrate a wider tendency in education systems to attempt systemic reform by responding in simpleminded ways to complex challenges. I argue we must improve our collective ability to conceptualize and operationalize educational initiatives if reform efforts are to succeed.

Parce que notre système d’éducation favorise des réponses simplistes à des questions complexes, l’auteur soutient qu’il faut améliorer notre capacité collective de conceptuali- ser et de rendre opérationnelles les initiatives en matière de pédagogie si l’on veut assurer le succès de nos efforts de réforme. 

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1994-03-22

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Case, R. (1994). Our Crude Handling of Educational Reforms: The Case of Curricular Integration. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue Canadienne De l’éducation, 19(1), 80–93. Retrieved from https://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/article/view/2677

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