Sense-making process in school innovation: A case study at Vietnam National University, Hanoi – International School

Title: Sense-making process in school innovation: A case study at Vietnam National University, Hanoi – International School
Authors: Do, Hong Lien
Keywords: Innovation;sense-making process;VNU-IS
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: VNU Journal of Science
Series/Report no.: VNU Journal of Science: Policy and management studies;Vol.33, No. 2 (2017)
Abstract: Implementing an innovation at school is never a straightforward process. Rather, the actual execution of changes in any educational institutions from original ideas to practice is a complicated pattern which may lead to unexpected outcomes. In order to understand such complexity in the educational innovation, in this study, the teachers’ sense-making process at both individual and organizational levels is used as the main conceptual framework. Drawing on data from semi-structured interviews, this article reports on an exploratory study into the perceptions and implementation of a new online learning system for assisting students’ self study in the English Preparatory Program at Vietnam National University, Hanoi – International School (VNU-IS).
Description: p. 203-212
URI: http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/60459
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