innovation, technology, teachers, learners, literature
Educational innovation is a richly satisfying enterprise, particularly in an age of rising demands and expanding technology. But unless the innovators have an explicit strategic plan and a dedicated system for diffusing their work, innovation is destined to have little or no impact on the teachers and learners for whom it is intended. That truth lies at the heart of the literature on the diffusion of innovation.
Brecht, Richard D.
"Change agents and change agencies in language education: Implications for LangNet,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 55:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol55/iss1/4