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Common mental modes in school organizations

After watching the Reason video, "Triple Nickel Press: Casey Reason" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKjjSigURNY) describe some common mental models that exist within school organizations (K-12 and/or higher education). Also address the following questions: What do you think is the genesis of these mental models (how were they developed)? Do you believe these mental models can be changed? If so, what would it take to change these mental models and if not, why do you believe they can't be changed?

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common mental models that exist within school organizations (K-12 and/or higher education). Also address the following questions: What do you think is the genesis of these mental models (how were they developed)?Do you believe these mental models can be changed? If so, what would it take to change these mental models and if not, why do you believe they can't be changed?

Mental models are subconscious beliefs that humans develop and lead to "truths" that are thought of as a give or taken-for-granted in regard to the belief system about how the world works. In regard to schools, these beliefs represent the nature of knowledge ...

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The common mental modes in school organizations are provided. The mental models which can be changed are determined.

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