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Curriculum Leadership Development (CLD) Programme Theme-based Workshop on Managing Change - Creating a Climate for Change (Webinar)


Date :

  26 June 2020 (Friday)

Time :


3:30 pm - 4:45 pm



Objectives of the Workshop :

  • Through exploring the topic 'Creating a climate for change', we aim to develop the following curriculum leadership capabilities among participants:
  • using data effectively in needs analysis to identify the development focuses of the English subject
  • proposing concrete and workable actions and using resources effectively and/or strategically through writing a "SMART" subject plan
  • establishing monitoring and/or evaluation mechanisms to ensure the successful implementation of the subject plan

3:30pm - 3:40 pm Opening
  • Introducing the CLD programme

Part 1: Introduction

  • Introducing the Kotter's 8-step change model and how completing corresponding panel tasks can be transformed to a learning journey

3:40pm - 4:00 pm Part 2: Conducting needs analysis
  • Introducing the first stage of the Kotter's 8-step change model: Creating a climate for change
  • Conducting a SWOT analysis to review whether the goal of "suspending classes without suspending learning" in the schools had been achieved
  • Offering tips and factors to consider while conducting needs analysis
  • Exploring the respective nature of and differences among strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities so as to inform subject planning

4:00 pm - 4:25 pm Part 3: Planning of the English subject
  • Identifying targets through using data effectively
  • Identifying concrete measures which align closely with the targets set
  • Defining success criteria with reference to the SMART principle
  • Establishing monitoring and evaluation mechanisms by using relevant evaluation methods and tools and stating the timeline for different tasks

4:25 pm - 4:45pm Part 4: Putting subject plan into action
  • Making use of panel meetings to build a shared vision among panel members and monitor the implementation of the subject plans



Part 5: Conclusion

  • It is of great importance to make strategic planning with the involvement of the whole panel in the subject planning process.

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