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After considering the many topics discussed in this course on innovations in schools and the elements of a Globally Oriented school or classroom, pick a topic of interest for an analysis paper emphasi

After considering the many topics discussed in this course on innovations in schools and the elements of a Globally Oriented school or classroom, pick a topic of interest for an analysis paper emphasi

After considering the many topics discussed in this course on innovations in schools and the elements of a Globally Oriented school or classroom, pick a topic of interest for an analysis paper emphasizing characteristics of change-adept educators and educational institutions to meet current demands. Include in your analysis paper, how the situation influences your work and how you will become a change agent and support positive change efforts. Your paper must:   

Analyze the situation

State the need for innovation/systems change

State actions in progress -” Working on the work”.

Written Assignment Requirements

Submit a paper which is 3-4 pages in length exclusive of the reference page, double-spaced using 12 point Times New Roman font. The paper must cite at least 2 outside sources in APA format and be well-written. The paper should have an introduction and a conclusion. Check all content for grammar, spelling and to be sure that you have properly cited all resources (in APA format) used

References

1. Guo, Y. (2006). Why Didn't They Show Up? Rethinking ESL Parent Involvement in K-12 Education. TESL Canada Journal, 24(1), 80 - 95. doi:https://doi.org/10.18806/tesl.v24i1.29

This article inquires into "Why don't they show up at school?" The absence of ESL parents from school is often misinterpreted as parents' lack of concern about their children's education. However, many ESL parents indicated that they cared passionately. Instead of assuming that ESL parents do not care, educators need to understand the barriers that hinder some parents from participating in their children's education.

2. Juvonen, J., Le, V., Kaganoff, T., Augustine, C., & Constant, L. (2004). Whole-School Reform Models. In Focus on the Wonder Years: Challenges Facing the American Middle School (pp. 98-111). Santa Monica, CA; Arlington, VA; Pittsburgh, PA: RAND Corporation. Retrieved from https://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/monographs/2004/RAND_MG139.sum.pdf

This text is concerned with innovations and programs designed to improve student outcomes and addresses other perceived problems at the middle school level. The following questions are addressed in this reading: (1) What are the major reform efforts at work in the middle school? (2) What are their goals and primary features? and (3) Do the reform show promise for addressing the challenges middle schools face today?

3. Hoover‐Dempsey, K., Walker, J., Sandler, H., Whetsel, D., Green, C., Wilkins, A., & Closson, K. (2005). Why Do Parents Become Involved? Research FIndings and Implications. The Elementary School Journal, 106(2), 105-130. doi:10.1086/499194. JSTOR, JSTOR www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/499194

This article inquires into “Why do parents become involved in children’s education?” Based on this review, the authors offer suggestions for (1) research that may deepen understanding of parents’ motivations for involvement and (2) school and family practices that may strengthen the incidence and effectiveness of parental involvement across varied school communities.

4. Pilegaard, M., Moroz, P., & Neergaard, H. (2010). An Auto-Ethnographic Perspective on Academic Entrepreneurship: Implications for Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Academy of Management Perspectives, 24(1), 46-61. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/25682383

This paper offers insight into (a) how socio spatial contexts may be structured to better evaluate the entrepreneurial facilitation process and (b) why academic entrepreneurship in the social sciences and humanities may differ from that in the hard sciences. The findings illustrate the importance of bridging innovation using twin skills to balance research and commercial goals, and the need for codifying knowledge capacities and creating new or changing existing institutional structures to legitimize and facilitate entrepreneurial activity. The research also demonstrates the great value of auto-ethnographic techniques to bring fresh insight to the study of entrepreneurship.

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