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Pengarang : Dan E Benor
Jurnal : Berita kedokteran masyarakat 1989, V(1)
Tahun : 1989
Summary / Kata Kunci : Implementation of an innovative curriculum en tails the encountering of difficulties, overcoming obstacles and experiencing drawbacks, yet all these are hardly documented. The present communication attempts to categorize these difficulties and to suggest possible responses based upon 12 years of experi ence in BGU.
In the first part six categories of difficulties had been dis cussed. In the following part six remedies, antidotes and curative strategies are offered, and some alternative tactics are dis cussed. These are: (1) ways to create personal involvement of teachers in planning and evaluation; (2) methods to train teach ers while supporting them; (3) need to develop evaluation trims ures which are congruent with the innovative objectives; (4) necessity to establish non-autocratic yet directive style of leadership; (5) alternative rewarding procedures for educational contributions, either formal or informal; and (6) scheme for built-in program assessment and for renewal procedures.
Educational innovations have a better chance to last if the pitfalls are recognized and appropriate precautions are taken. Traditionalistic forces are not necessarily evil; more often they stem from maldiagnosis and maltreatment of normal socialogical processes.

Key Word: Educational inovations, Medical education
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