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The Learning Conference 2003

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Changing Institutions through Curriculum: The Evangelisto Model

Tony Evangelisto.

The curriculum is the repository of the collective insights, beliefs, and decisions of those who design it. It is through the curriculum that institutional change is best accomplished, for it addresses all aspects of the educational enterprise.

The Evangelisto Model is a comprehensive curriculum planning model that helps administrators to effect needed changes in the institution in a systematic and thorough manner.


Tony Evangelisto  (United States)
Professor of Educational Administration and Secondary Education
School of Education
The College of New Jersey

With a doctorate in curriculum and instruction, I have taught graduate courses in curriculum development and have served as a curriculum consultant in the U.S. and abroad for more than thirty years.

  • Educational leadership
  • Management
  • Curriculum Development

(30 min Conference Paper, English)