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Situation Resilience in the Context of Educational Reform

CESHK 2013
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Trey Menefee

on 11 April 2014

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Transcript of Situation Resilience in the Context of Educational Reform

Types
Elements
Example Value Judgements
Timing
Efficiency
Adaptive Capacity
Diversity Situating Resilience
in the Context of
Educational Reform Lessons for Planners and Curriculum The "Why" of
Resilience Lessons from
Resilience Engineering
Psychological
Ecological We're living in an age of shocks and instability

These shocks are affecting our students, schools, and school systems.

Resilience is the opposite of fragility.

Resilience requires learning and change Educational Reform in Washington, DC "Resilience is the capacity of a system to absorb disturbances; to undergo change and retain essentially the same function, structure, and feedbacks."

- Walker, B., & Salt, D. (2006). Resilience Thinking: Sustaining Ecosystems and People in a Changing World

"Resilience is about maintaining what you want - AND transforming to a more desired alternative." - Garry Peterson Trey Menefee PhD Candidate
Hong Kong University The "What"
of Resilience Basins of Attraction
Tipping Points
Regimes
Adaptive Cycles
Panarchy
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