By D. Kingsbury
Designed as a critique of the main mess ups of overseas improvement, this book brings jointly practitioners, policy-makers, researchers, activists, and teachers in an try and paintings towards a shared conceptualisation of improvement by means of outlining and severely reflecting all alone knowing of improvement.
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There are certain rules that people can develop in common together. So I think the g7+ is a great concept and a great idea’ (Blair 2011). World Bank Managing Director, Sri Mulyani Indrawati, followed by stating that ‘[t]he world is changing. Alongside traditional groups like the G20 we are seeing new and equally important forums or collective action and collaboration like the g7+, offering essential perspectives on some of the most pressing challenges in some of the world’s most fragile environments’ (World Bank 2011: 1).
In particular, it draws upon research undertaken as part of the development of ‘From Poverty to Power’ to introduce thinking around how different disciplines understand change and how this thinking might be applied to specific social change initiatives. 1 A new core curriculum and way of learning (after Rufus Black 2009) Focus of our current education system Capabilities required • • • • • • • • Inter-systems thinking • Adaptive leadership skills • Judgement Discipline rather than system; Creation of experts Based on classroom and lecture hall Deductive rather than inductive Individual enquiry and solution Utilitarian and subjectivist IQ rather than EQ or MQ • Network mobilising skills • A global ethic • High emotional and meaning intelligence Andrew Hewett and Chris Roche 29 real-life examples of social change.
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