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FOUNDATIONS OF SYSTEMS DESIGN Need for Systems Design and Systemic Change

@inproceedings{Watson2007FOUNDATIONSOS,
  title={FOUNDATIONS OF SYSTEMS DESIGN Need for Systems Design and Systemic Change},
  author={S. L. Watson and C. M. Reigeluth and W. Watson},
  year={2007}
}
The purpose of this chapter is to introduce current research and theory on systems design for change, or systemic change, in the fields of education and training. Systems design is the process for determining what characteristics a new system should have, resulting in a model of the new system and a plan for creating it. Systemic change is the process of changing a system from one paradigm to another by applying systems thinking and systems theory. Repeated calls for massive reform of current… CONTINUE READING

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