The F.M. Duffy Reports
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Bringing New Prototypes into Practice: Dissemination, Implementation, and Facilitating Transformation by Howard Adelman and Linda Taylor
Volume 19 Number 3
VOLUME 19 - 2014
- Number 1: Seeing Education from the Perspective of Natural Learning by Geoffrey Caine, LL.M. and Renate Nummela Caine, Ph.D.
- Number 2: Private Sector Applications of Transformational Change by Francis M. Duffy, Andrew Mayfield, & Timothy Johnson
- Number 3: Bringing New Prototypes into Practice: Dissemination, Implementation, and Facilitating Transformation by Howard Adelman and Linda Taylor
VOLUME 18 - 2013
- Number 1: Wicked Problems: Schools and Systemic Change by Peter Barnard
- Number 2: Educational Ecosystems & Community Building: Conversations and Practices for the Transformation of Learning by Trace Pickering, Ed.D.
- Number 3: The Missing Narrative: Understanding the Difference Between Education "Reform" and "Innovation" by Angela Engel
- Number 4: Instructional Theory and Technology for the New Paradigm of Education by Charles M. Reigeluth
VOLUME 17 - 2012
- Number 1: Removing Hidden Blocks To Systemic Change by John Jensen, Ph.D.
- Number 2: Sir Isaac's Dog: Learning for Adaptive Capacity by Glenda H. Eoyang, Ph.D.
- Number 3: A Big(ger) Picture of an Education System: Its Purposes, Form and Infrastructure Through the Family of Related Systemic Elements Matrix (FoRSE) by Blane Després, Ph.D.
- Number 4: Action Now Against One-Size Schooling by Don Glines
VOLUME 16 - 2011
- Number 1: Momentum Building to Redesign K-12 Education to a Student-Centered, Personalized Learning Model by Mark Schneiderman
- Number 2: Training Teams of Educators to Become Masters of the Art & Science of Transforming School Systems: Designing a Change Leadership Academy by Francis M. Duffy
- Number 3: A Personal Vision for Transforming America's Education System and 20 Laws of Transformation to Guide the Process by Francis M. Duffy
- Number 4: Seizing Opportunities at the Intersection of Anticipatory Intentions (Planning) and Unanticipated Events (Reality) by Francis M. Duffy
VOLUME 15 - 2010
- Number 1: Prologue to Revolution by Francis M. Duffy
- Number 2: Knowledge Work Supervision: Transforming Omani Schools into Learning Organizations by Salha Issan and Nariman M. M. Gomaa
- Number 3: Creating Successful School Systems Requires Addressing Barriers to Learning and Teaching by Howard S. Adelman & Linda Taylor
- Number 4: Bringing Change to a School District Through a Community Engagement Conference by Mary Katungu
VOLUME 14 - 2009
- Number 4: Mastering Deliberate Intention: The Second Key to Effective Leadership for Transforming School Systems by Francis M. Duffy
- Number 3: Mastering Awareness: One Key to Effective Leadership for Transforming School Systems by Francis M. Duffy
- Number 2: Paradigms, Mental Models and Mindsets: Triple Barriers to Transformational Change by Francis M. Duffy
- Number 1: A National Framework of Professional Standards for Change Leadership in Education by Francis M. Duffy
VOLUME 13 - 2008
- Number 4: Roles for Technology in the Information-Age Paradigm of Education: Learning Management Systems by Charles M. Reigeluth (Contributing Editor), William R. Watson, Sunkyung (Sunnie) Lee Watson, Pratima Dutta, Zengguan (Clare) Chen, & Nathan D. P. Powell
- Number 3: Using Power and Political Skills in Ethical Ways to Lead Whole-System Transformation by Francis M. Duffy
- Number 2: From One-Size-Fits-All to Personalized Learner-Centered Learning: The Evidence by Barbara L. McCombs, Ph.D.
- Number 1: The School System Transformation (SST) Protocol by Francis M. Duffy and Charles M. Reigeluth
VOLUME 12 - 2007
- Number 4: Systemic Transformation In Public School Systems
- Number 3: Strapping Wings on a Caterpillar and Calling it a Butterfly: When Systemic Change is Not Systemic
- Number 2: Dream! Create! Sustain! Mastering the Art and Science of Transforming School Systems
- Number 1: Tri-Level Development: It's The System by Michael Barber and Michael Fullan
VOLUME 11 - 2006
- Number 4: A Systemic View Of Transformational Leadership by Russell L. Ackoff
- Number 3: Creating Shared Visions of the Future for K-12 Education: A Systemic Transformation Process for a Learner-Centered Paradigm by Charles M. Reigeluth, Alison A. Carr-Chellman, Brian Beabout, and William Watson
- Number 2: Step-Up-To-Excellence SM: A Change Navigation Protocol for Transforming School Systems
- Number 1: Communicating with Key Stakeholders to Enable Strategic Change by Marilyn Saltzman
VOLUME 10 - 2005
- Number 4: Transforming School Systems
- Number 3: The Destination of Three Paths: Improved Student, Faculty and Staff and Whole System Learning
- Number 2: Change Leadership Challenges
- Number 1: Dynamic Leadership for Systemic Change in School Districts