Shifting Teacher’s ‘Indigenous’ Beliefs
Scaling is often defined as multiplying a product or innovation. This prevalent view is inherited from traditional manufacturing industry models and engineering. In education, scaling is about people capacity to enact innovations which can involve products, artifacts, or tools. Hence, cultivating or building of learning communities is integral to scaling in education.
Prof. David Hung of the National Institute of Education of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore shares his insights in this presentation.