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From: Rik Vanderhauwaert
Posted At: 5/12/2015 11:44 AM
course evaluation leading educational change Prague 2015

Leading educational change

1 Are you aware that change is unavoidable? 100 %
2 Do you believe that it is possible to tackle change proactively?
100 %
3 Do you have a better understanding of the nature and complexity of change? 100 %
4 Do you feel that you have improved your skills as a change agent? 87,5 %
5 Given the necessary support, can you develop strategies to introduce, to implement and to institutionalize change? 87,5 %
6 Do you understand that there is a link between change, learning and leadership in educational change? 100 %
7 Were your personal objectives (related to course objectives) met? 87,5 %
8 Have you had the opportunity to exchange with peers from other countries about good practice in change management. 93,75 %
9 Do you feel your experience and expertise were taken into account in this course? 100 %
10 Do you feel your feedback on the sessions was taken into account during the next sessions of the course? 100 %
11 Were you satisfied with the accommodation provided during the course? 100 %
12 Were you satisfied with the course organisation (timing, sequencing, work load...)? 100 %
13 Were you satisfied with the academic part of the course (content and method of delivery)? 100 %
14 Did you increase your foreign language skills? 68,75 %
15 Did you increase your cultural skills? 87,5 %
16 Were the tutors available for questions after each session? 100 %
17 Have you learned other things than you expected to learn? If yes, what?
- Very many other things, to talk all in English, to work in team, you can learn from all colleagues at all levels, I got the confirmation that not everything we do in my institution is wrong, KIS(keep it simple), lots of practical tips,
18 Which part of the course did you find particularly useful?
- Dene Magna, all of it, Kotter, roadmap, coaching, AI, Kotter
19 Which part of the course can easily be left out?
- PTO, keep it as it is,
20 Other aspects?
- Thank you for the invitation, provide a very clear starting point,
- To use the information in the particulary case of my school;
- To change the opinion of the change to all the teachers in our school (try hard);
- To transform the individual good teacher in a good team (professional team)
- To make the change possible;
- This course is for me very interesting, very attractive and professional;
- To change the opinion about change to all the teachers in our school;
- Reflection was central to the course content and this facilitated my ability to meet my personal objectives;
- I came to the course already confident but learn so much that I would recommend that all practitioners should experience this course to continue their learning;
- My own framework was re-evaluated and for the better
- I came to this course, thinking that I am very experienced in ‘change’ and that I didn’t have much to learn – I was wrong.
- It has helped me to focus on what I used to do without thinking and that I have ‘last my way with’.
- I have learned much and I am now well placed to begin change immediately;
- In Welsh: ‘Didch yn fawr iawn’ = thanks you very much
- Tip: let participants complete the summary of the course on the wall;
- You could also have given this course in another order:
o Start with own thinking about change and use appreciative inquiry as an example of change
o Kotter as a focus on change;
o Collaborative leadership (how to come to descriptions, discoveries, …)
o Dene Magna as tools for collaboration
 Educational change:
o Orders, levels of change
o Summary = no framework
 Current frame, renewing, renewed
 In the whole course could you have used an example of change of beliefs, which is a higher order
Created at 5/12/2015 11:44 AM by Rik Vanderhauwaert
Last modified at 5/12/2015 11:46 AM by Rik Vanderhauwaert