Educational innovation is as multiple as the risks and obstacles that may arise. This time, we help you to plan ahead and risk management problems.
1. Families occupied
The family setting is downright complex: it is becoming more heterogeneous, which is necessary to take this into account if our innovation applies to the work that the students have to do in your case or if it requires active participation of families.
2. Teachers exhausted
The burn out is not unique in offices very often we find teachers in a critical situation, with a lot of stress, fatigue and situations of exhaustion, anxiety and depression. An innovation requires a lot of work by all teachers or department team, so it is appropriate to assess the current situation of human resources that we have: if they do not win, things will not go well or your progress will slow over I due. Continue reading