The Open School Model provides school leaders of a powerful framework that can help with transformation to an open school.
The Open School Model provides school leaders of a powerful framework that can help them with transformation to an open school. This transformation can only take place if a school does not isolate itself, but opens up to other schools. Schools can form a hub together, in which schools help each other, collect good practices and share their experiences. Such an open and curious environment will support the development of innovative and creative educational activities. The model takes school settings into account and therefore ensures that school leaders can innovate in a way that is pleasant and suitable for schools.
The model proposes a process and this process starts with the Change Agents who are becoming Inspiring Leaders of the school community. The OSOS support mechanism offers different solutions in the phases towards an open school. It supports school leaders to capture the needed steps for innovation, but it also supports them to decide a suitable strategy to spread the word throughout the school. Constant reflection is part of the process.
More information about the Open Schooling Model and the OSOS support mechanisms can be found in the deliverables D2.1, D2.3 and D3.1. You can find these in the library of the OSOS web.
The Open Schools for Open Societies project consists of different work packages and in each work package a part of the project is developed. The results of a work package can be found in the deliverables of the project.
The deliverables are shared in this library.