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FRAMEWORK COMPONENTS 11
CHANGE AND THE INDIVIDUAL 15
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abilities achievement adults approach to change approach to inservice appropriate aspects of change attitudes behavior bringing about change Brockton change agent needs change process change to occur cognitive dissonance complexity components conceptual development Conceptual Systems conceptually derived framework concerns considered Cornell University decision making processes deficit approach degree depending desire developmental approach direction educational organizations educational systems efforts employees environment example exist experiences factors affecting inservice functioning goals Harris Havelock and Havelock hierarchy of authority important individual's inservice education inservice endeavor inservice outcomes intended change interactions learners learning styles levels Massachusetts McLaughlin and Marsh meaning of inservice multiple stages one's work related opinion leaders organizational climate participants parties involved performance of individuals planned change purpose of inservice related performance relation to inservice relevant result rules and regulations Silver Lake specific staff development subsystems Systems Theory Theory X underlying factors underlying forces West Bridgewater