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Philosophy of Education - Self-directed Learning

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The change process requires identifying a problem (or set of problems) and then gathering ideas for solutions. In order to identify appropriate solutions, one must develop a clear, overarching vision for organizational purpose and direction (I need to know where you are going before you can plan how I will get there.). Within the scope of that vision, organizational leaders and stakeholders must develop achievable goals for obtaining and sustaining desired results. Giving consideration to the problem I identified,(using student interests to develop curriculum)I need help to articulate the overarching mission that I believe should be realized in order to achieve the desired change. Then I must create three to five goals that I believe will serve as benchmarks for accomplishing the mission

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The change process requires identifying a problem (or set of problems) and then gathering ideas for solutions. In order to identify appropriate solutions, one must develop a clear, overarching vision for organizational purpose and direction (I need to know where you are going before you can plan how I will get there.). Within the scope of that vision, organizational leaders and stakeholders must develop achievable goals for obtaining and sustaining desired results. Giving consideration to the problem I identified,(using student interests to develop curriculum)I need help to articulate the overarching mission that I ...

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Self-directed Learning

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