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From teaching organisations to learning organisations – the future of schools?


An interesting point to emerge from Peter Senge's master class yesterday is that he is turning his attention to the world of school education – where most people experience learning for the first time.

In a book due to be published this autumn, Senge intends to explore what happens in schools, and how they can transform themselves from organisations dedicated to teaching (where the teacher is the instructor and in control of the entire process) to ones focused on learning as part of a learning community or organisation.

No doubt some of the themes will relate to pupil-centred learning, but there will be significant implications in the analysis for the way in which schools are organised, managed and promoted. Should be an interesting read!

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  1. Schools That Learn
    The working title of the book is `Schools That Learn’ and it will focus on the use of Peter Senge’s five disciplines as applied to educational settings.It is being prepared by the Fiedlbook team and my information is that it will come in the same format.


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