Tuesday, February 19, 2019

The Routines-Based Model Internationally Implemented: Part 1 of 7

The next seven blog entries will address the international implementation of the Routines-Based Model (RBM). The seven parts are

  1. The Model
  2. How the Model Became of Interest, Internationally
  3. Why International Implementers Were Interested
  4. Adopted Practices
  5. Implementation Challenges
  6. Implementation Successes
  7. Conclusions
The following people contributed to the information in these posts:·    
  • Tânia Boavida, CIS-IUL, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Portugal
  • Kerry Bull, Noah’s Ark, Australia
  • Margarita Cañadas, Catholic University of Valencia, Spain
  • Ai-Wen Hwang, Chang Gung University, Taiwan
  • Natalia Józefacka, Słoneczna Kraina, Cieszyn, Poland
  • Lim Hong Huay, Singapore
  • Marisú Pedernera, Teletón Paraguay
  • Tamara Sergnese, The Regional Municipality of York, Ontario, Canada
  • Julia Woodward, New Zealand Ministry of Education
They would want me to point out that many of them have colleagues who helped them. Indeed, the number of people involved in implementation of the RBM is humbling.