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The Role Of Philosophical Mindset In Educational Innovation Adoption

Ahmad Talebian; Shahram Salavati;
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  • Published: 20 Nov 2016
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The adoption of innovation is a cultural and managerial challenge for the modern educational systems. In the educational systems, managers/principals play significant roles to a successful innovation adoption. This paper evaluates the relation between philosophical mindset (comprehensiveness, introspection and flexibility) and motivation of educational innovation adoption. Through a survey, the data were gathered from 213 secondary school principals. Testing of hypotheses, using Spearman correlation coefficient, indicate that philosophical mindset and its dimensions positively associated with motivation adopting educational innovation. The results of Mann-Whitne...
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