1. Khan's P3 model
2. Baldrige Education Excellence Model
3. RIPPLES model
4. Cascading Model
The Summary in of the models
Baldrige Education Excellence Model (BEEM)
Consists of seven criteria, leadership; strategic planning; student, stakeholder and market focus; measurement, analysis and knowledge management; faculty and staff focus; process management; and organisational performance results
This is an acronym for the seven components of the model: Resources, Infrastructure, People, Policies, Learning, Evaluation, and Support.
Considers: Processes, People and Products
Focuses on implementing total quality management within educational institutions
Strengths and Weaknesses
Specifically developed to evaluate Management of Education Administration
The models inbuilt self assessment tools support the organisation evaluations
Less concerned with learning the pedagogy
The model is developed specifically to advise decision-makers of what is needed to implement the technological innovations within an educational context.
The model highlights the implementation of technological innovations.
Specifically developed to focus on e-learning RDD activities.
The focus is wide in the RDD environment but very specific.
It highlights RDD activities with less emphasis on management factors.
Individual action plans are created to align with organisational plans.
Addressing issues at a micro level.
Its success depends on the cascade of knowledge and skills which has a great human resource management component.