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  • Roompact On Duty Blog: Curriculum Section and Curriculum Resources
    • Roompact is a sponsor of the Institute on the Curricular Approach. As a software company, they have a strong emphasis on the curricular model, and offer both educational and technology services and trainings for institutions with a Residential Curriculum.
  • Magolda, M. B. (2014). Enriching educators’ learning experience. About Campus, 19(2), 2-10. doi:10.1002/abc.21150
  • Kerr, K. G., & Tweedy, J. (2006). Beyond seat time and student satisfaction: A curricular approach to residential educationAbout Campus, 11(5), 9-15. doi:10.1002/abc.181
  • Kerr, K. G., Tweedy, J., Edwards, K. E., & Kimmel, D. (2017, March-April). Shifting to curricular approaches to learning beyond the classroomAbout Campus, 22(1), 22-31. doi:10.1002/abc.21279
  • Whitt, Elizabeth J. (2006). Are all of your educators educating? About Campus, 10 (6), 2-9. doi:10.1002/abc.148
  • Organizational Learning Theory
    • Gardner, H. K., Gino, F., & Staats, B. R. (2012). Dynamically integrating knowledge in teams: Transforming resources into performance. Academy of Management Journal, 55(4), 998-1022.
    • Garvin, D. A., Edmondson, A. C., & Gino, F. (2008). Is yours a learning organization? Harvard business review, 86(3), 109.
    • Goh, S. C. (2003). Improving organizational learning capability: lessons from two case studies. The learning organization, 10(4), 216-227.
    • Wenger, E. (2000). Communities of practice and social learning systems. Organization, 7(2), 225-246. doi:10.1177/135050840072002 
  • Policy Development and Implementation in Education
    • Fusarelli, L. D. (2002). Tightly coupled policy in loosely coupled systems: Institutional capacity and organizational change. Journal of Educational Administration40(6), 561-575.
    • Honig, M. I. (2006). Street-Level Bureaucracy Revisited: Frontline District Central-Office Administrators as Boundary Spanners in Education Policy Implementation. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 28(4), 357-383.
    • Marshall, C., & Scribner, J. D. (1991). “It’s All Political”: Inquiry into the Micropolitics of Education. Education and Urban Society, 23(4), 347-55.
    • Weatherly, R., & Lipsky, M. (1977). Street level bureaucrats and institutional innovation: Implementing special education reform. Harvard Educational Review, 47(2), 171-197.
    • Weick, K. E. (1976). Educational organizations as loosely coupled systems. Administrative science quarterly, 1-19.


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