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Leading Learning

Author : Rosemarye T. Taylor
ISBN : 9781412978705
Genre : Education
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Featuring real-world examples, practical strategies, and interviews with successful leaders, this resource helps educational leaders implement actions that drive second-order change and increase student achievement!

Leading Learning For Digital Natives

Author : Rebecca J. Blink
ISBN : 9781317624943
Genre : Education
File Size : 26. 20 MB
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In light of rapid advances in technology and changes in students’ learning styles, Leading Learning for Digital Natives offers much-needed new tools for guiding effective instruction in the classroom. By offering practical strategies for gathering data with technology tools, this book helps school leaders embrace data and technology to develop the classroom and instructional practices that students need today. Blink’s practical and accessible tips make it easy for teachers and leaders to use technology and data to engage students and increase student achievement. Focusing coverage on the latest technology tools, this book will help you lead a school that personalizes instruction and learning through: Integration of data Real-time instruction Setting expectations and outcomes to align with new state standards Integration of technology tools and blended pedagogy

Leading Academic Achievement For English Language Learners

Author : Betty J. Alford
ISBN : 9781412981606
Genre : Education
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This practical guide equips school leaders to shape a culture conducive to high academic achievement for English language learners. Includes case studies and quick reference charts.

The Learning Leader

Author : Douglas B. Reeves
ISBN : 9781416615132
Genre : Education
File Size : 58. 76 MB
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"We can't do that in our school district." "I don't have time to add that to my curriculum." "We're fighting against impossible odds with these students." Effective school leadership does not have to be a losing battle. In The Learning Leader: How to Focus School Improvement for Better Results, Douglas B. Reeves helps leadership teams go beyond excuses to capitalize on their strengths and reduce their weaknesses. He introduces the Leadership for Learning Framework, which challenges readers to consider that student achievement is more than a set of test scores. Reeves asserts that when leaders focus exclusively on results, they fail to measure and understand the importance of their own actions. Instead, he encourages leaders to use the Leadership for Learning Framework to look deeper into their results. The framework helps leaders distinguish between "Lucky" educators, who achieve high results but don't understand their actions, and "Leading" educators, who achieve high results and understand how their actions influence their success. From conducting strategic planning to evaluating projects to organizing leadership teams, The Learning Leader will help leaders reconceptualize their leadership role and motivate their colleagues. Reeves urges teachers and administrators to become more efficient and focused leaders, but most important, he charges them to be better educators for their students.

The Principal

Author : Michael Fullan
ISBN : 9781119422358
Genre : Education
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The author of "Six Secrets of Change" describes how and why the principal's role must change to maximize student achievement. Includes a free professional development guide.

Leaders Of Learning

Author : Richard DuFour
ISBN : 9781935542681
Genre : Education
File Size : 64. 94 MB
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For many years, the authors have been fellow travelers on the journey to help educators improve their schools. Their first coauthored book focuses on district leadership, principal leadership, and team leadership and addresses how individual teachers can be most effective in leading students—by learning with colleagues how to implement the most promising pedagogy in their classrooms

Leading For Learning

Author : Phillip C. Schlechty
ISBN : 111804746X
Genre : Education
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Written by acclaimed school reform advocate Phillip C. Schlechty, Leading for Learning offers educators the framework, tools, and processes they need to transform their schools from bureaucracies into dynamic learning organizations. Schlechty explains how to move beyond some of the deeply ingrained and negative conceptions of schooling that guide so much of their practice. He shows educators how they can take advantage of new learning technologies by increasing their organization's capacity to support continuous innovation. "Clearly not for the fainthearted, Schlechty's engrossing appraisal of American education calls for a bold, truly fundamental transformation of how we run our public schools. Some books are thought-provoking; this one is action-provoking." —W. James Popham, professor emeritus, UCLA "Dr. Schlechty has once again written an insightful book that educational leaders can use as a road map in transforming our schools into learning organizations designed to serve twenty-first century students." —Dr. Randy Bridges, superintendent, Alamance-Burlington School System, NC "Because education is ultimately a community responsibility, Schlechty's proposal to shift school systems from bureaucracies to learning organizations can open doors to citizens who are frustrated by the bureaucracy in their efforts to reclaim their role in education. This book is as much for them as it is for professional educators." —David Mathews, president, Kettering Foundation "Anyone in a school leadership position—from the board room to the classroom—should read this engaging and thought-provoking book. It's a must?-read for all immersed in or contemplating the transformation of public education." — Claudia Mansfield Sutton, chief communications and marketing officer, American Association of School Administrators

Leading Teaching And Learning The Common Core Standards

Author : Rosemarye T. Taylor
ISBN : 9781475810295
Genre : Education
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Leading, Teaching, and Learning is a resource for teachers taking action on Common Core State Standards to enhance student learning. Each chapter addresses various disciplines and grade levels with concrete examples. Chapters focus on research-based instruction, academic language development, thinking and complexity, English learners, non-proficient readers, rigor, and collaboration for ongoing professional capacity building.

The K 12 Literacy Leadership Fieldbook

Author : Rosemarye T. Taylor
ISBN : 9781483361758
Genre : Education
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This fieldbook provides a plan for improving literacy for all students; students who enjoy reading become better writers, more involved learners, and joyful readers!

Leading Learning And Teaching

Author : Stephen Dinham
ISBN : 1742863647
Genre : Educational change
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The core purpose of schools and educators must be the successful facilitation of teaching and learning. To do this effectively, teachers must also be leaders. In Leading Learning and Teaching, Stephen Dinham follows up the success of How to Get Your School Moving and Improving with an authoritative, in-depth examination of the field of instructional leadership. Building on extensive research in Australia and around the world, Leading Learning and Teaching examines the importance and impact of instructional leadership. Key themes include successful change management, the effectiveness of teacher professional development, and the importance of evidence and the use of data. Examining current international contexts of educational theory, policy, and practice, Dinham presents strategies, agendas, and direction for enhancing the capabilities of individual educators, teaching teams, schools, and systems. He brings together essential research and understandings of leading teaching and learning, and the role of instructional leadership in promoting quality teaching and enabling student learning. *** "If educators are to LEAD learning and teaching, then this is the must-read book." -- Professor John Hattie *** "This book is not just an elegant and comprehensive survey of contemporary educational research evidence, but because of its breadth of vision and authentic grounding in practice, it provides a theory of action for Australian education well into the middle of this century." -- Professor Emeritus David Hopkins, Institute of Education, University of London *** "Leading Learning and Teaching is a must read for anyone interested in changing schools and classrooms for the better. It is authoritative, accessible and ultimately compelling reading." -- Professor Alma Harris, Director, Institute of Educational Leadership, University of Malaya [Subject: Education]

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