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Collaborative Teacher Leadership

Author : Martin L. Krovetz
ISBN : 1412905028
Genre : Education
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The authors present teachers’ own observations and reflections on leadership to demonstrate how teacher leaders can help close the achievement gap.

E Study Guide For Collaborative Teacher Leadership How Teachers Can Foster Equitable Schools By Martin Krovetz Isbn 9781412905015

Author : Cram101 Textbook Reviews
ISBN : 9781467227964
Genre : Education
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Never Highlight a Book Again! Just the FACTS101 study guides give the student the textbook outlines, highlights, practice quizzes and optional access to the full practice tests for their textbook.

Studying Your Own School

Author : Gary L. Anderson
ISBN : 9781452238722
Genre : Education
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Extensively revised, this new edition provides the theoretical underpinnings of practitioner action research as well as the "how-to" information necessary for classroom application.

Conducting Educational Research

Author : Patricia D. Morrell
ISBN : 9460912028
Genre : Education
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Conducting Educational Research: A Primer for Teachers and Administrators is designed to provide the step-wise, content-specific information masters students must possess to design, conduct, and disseminate a qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods classroom or school research study. The text will help school professionals to see both the value of being life-long critical consumers of educational research and the merit of using research in helping them to become teacher leaders and/or change agents in their own professional settings. Specifically, the text would provide master level students with: the background they need to see the importance of educational research in their daily professional lives instruction in all aspects of a typical five-chapter research design (introduction/literature review/methodology/results/conclusion, discussion, implications) the tools needed to locate and critically review published educational research instruction on common qualitative methodologies instruction on the types of quantitative methodologies that master level candidates would be most likely to use knowledge of the importance of being intelligent consumers of existing research ways to engage the student in a reflection plan for the future."

Liberating Leadership Capacity

Author : Linda Lambert
ISBN : 9780807774786
Genre : Education
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During the past quarter century, conceptions of leadership have evolved in concert with breakthrough discoveries in science and generative learning. Liberating Leadership Capacity captures these new ideas through the integration of the authors’ earlier works in constructivist leadership and leadership capacity. What emerges is a pathway through which educators can become the primary designers of their own learning and that of their students, thus creating sustainable systems of high leadership capacity. This vision of leadership reframes professional learning designs and knowledge creation, describing how these ideas are richly manifested in local, national, and international programs. The context is democratic communities; the learning is constructivist; the leadership is shared. The result is wise schools, organizations, and societies. Liberating Leadership Capacity speaks to all adult learners who are engaged in educational improvement. Book Features: A new concept of leadership as fostering capacity through the complex, dynamic processes of purposeful, reciprocal learning.Leadership strategies constructed from the values of learning, democracy, equity and diversity.Professional learning designed to involve community members in building leadership capacity. A timely approach for the effective implementation of the Every Child Succeeds Act (S. 1177).An in-depth analysis of the standards movement through the lens of capacity building.An understanding of systemic change as an organic process arising from practice rather than being imposed on practice—approaches that unleash a sense of agency and wisdom. “This book strikes a chord with those who believe that emerging leadership should define the experiences of students and teachers alike.” —Deborah Walker, Collaborative for Teaching and Learning (CTL) “The authors have designed a model that is at once sustainable, distributive, ecological, and transformational.” —Dean Fink, author and consultant “Describes organizational conditions that promote skillful dialogue, continual learning, building trust, and sharing a common vision among members. In such schools teachers become the leaders of learning and students become the leaders of the future.” —Arthur L. Costa, professor emeritus, California State University, Sacramento

Reframing Teacher Leadership To Improve Your School

Author : Douglas B. Reeves
ISBN : 9781416606666
Genre : Business & Economics
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Do you want your school or district to truly become a learning organization? How do you foster lasting and meaningful change? How do you avoid rejection of your new approach to teaching and learning? If you've been involved in a school change effort, you most likely have struggled with these questions. To ease this struggle, Douglas B. Reeves has proposed a new framework to promote effective change efforts through teacher leadership. In this book, you will explore not only cutting-edge research findings, but also practical applications that can help improve student achievement and educational equity. You can learn how to achieve lasting results as an educator and school leader. You can learn from other teacher researchers how to infuse your classroom, school, or district with enthusiasm, meaningful teaching, improved results, and greater satisfaction. Even as you strive for innovation, you naturally want to avoid having the next new thing become the latest old thing. To achieve lasting change, educators must embrace evidence-based decision making rather than the fact-free debate. Reeves has found that educators more readily accept decisions they disagree with if they believe the decision-making process was fair--not based on opinion or hierarchy. Reeves aims for you to help him build a network of teacher leaders based on this new evidence-based framework that will foster resilient learning organizations. Come along--explore, act, and share.

Teacher Leader Stories

Author : Judy Swanson
ISBN : 9781412995238
Genre : EDUCATION
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This practical guide provides compelling case studies, explicit guidance on using case writing and case analysis, and a facilitator's guide to enrich teachers' professional learning.

Fostering Resilience

Author : Martin L. Krovetz
ISBN : 9781452294452
Genre : Education
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This guide identifies the characteristics of resilient learning communities, revisits schools from the first edition, and offers case studies, sample questionnaires, strategies, and tools for self-evaluation.

Why Can T We Get It Right

Author : Marsha Speck
ISBN : 0761975934
Genre : Education
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This pioneering and daring book by Speck and Knipe offers new practices to raise student achievement while strongly advocating responsible changes in the policies, structures, and operations of schools.

Why Our High Schools Need The Arts

Author : Jessica Hoffmann Davis
ISBN : 080775286X
Genre : Art
File Size : 27. 25 MB
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In this follow-up to her bestselling book, Why Our Schools Need the Arts, Jessica Hoffmann Davis addresses the alarming drop-out rate in our high schools and presents a thoughtful, evidence-based argument that increasing arts education in high school curriculum will keep kids in school. Davis shares compelling voices of teachers and their adolescent learners to demonstrate how courses in the arts are relevant and valuable to students who have otherwise become disenfranchised from school. This important book points the way toward rescuing the American high school from inside out by insuring that all students benefit from the compelling and essential learning opportunities that the arts uniquely provide. This timely resource: takes key foundational principles presented in Why Our Schools Need the Arts and descriibes how they work in high schools; presents research that indicates arts learning engages youth and provides them with a reason to stay in school and graduate; and provides real-life examples, with teacher and student voices, that school reformers need to hear.

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