Leadership Standards in Action

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ISBN: 9781610483919
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 151
Author: Cade Brumley
Publisher: R&L Education

Download and read online Leadership Standards in Action in PDF and EPUB "Leadership Standards for Action is a powerful resource for aspiring principals, practicing principals, district leadership, and university faculty. The book responsibly unpacks the metaphor of principal as servant leader to the school's people and purpose"-- Provided by publisher.

The ISLLC Standards in Action

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ISBN: 9781930556775
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 146
Author: Carol M. Engler
Publisher: Eye On Education

Download and read online The ISLLC Standards in Action in PDF and EPUB This book showcases programs and practices which demonstrate exemplary school leadership. Sponsored by the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium, the ISLLC Standards offer benchmarks for professional excellence that are tied to licensure and entry year principal programs throughout the nation. The ISLLC Standards in Action: A Principal's Handbook demonstrates how these standards have been implemented at schools and districts across the country. 120 programs and practices are profiled in this book. They show you how to: - create a school mission statement and communicate it to your entire community - develop school-wide literacy by celebrating it - establish a nuts & bolts committee to review and tweak school policies and procedures - implement a Safe School Helpline Each profile summarizes the program's goals and links it to the ISLLC Standards. Also included are tips and strategies to help you adapt and implement it in your own school or district.

Moving Leadership Standards Into Everyday Work

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ISBN: 9780914409175
Release Date: 2003-01-01
Number of pages: 57
Author: WestEd
Publisher: WestEd

Download and read online Moving Leadership Standards Into Everyday Work in PDF and EPUB Moving Leadership Standards Into Everyday Work: Descriptions of Practicefleshes out the most widely used leadership standards by identifying underlying goals and providing a detailed narrative of specific administrator actions, attitudes, and understanding necessary to attain each goal. These descriptions of practice also depict what each standard looks like across a continuum of development as an administrator moves from being a tactical manager to a strategic instructional leader whose efforts result in improved student learning.

Educational Leadership in Action

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ISBN: 9781317695493
Release Date: 2015-07-16
Number of pages: 236
Author: Leila Sadeghi
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Educational Leadership in Action in PDF and EPUB Educational Leadership in Action provides 24 complex, real-life, accessible cases to provoke and stimulate conversation around practical problems that confront educational leaders today. Written by a diverse group of educators, these cases cover a wide range of topics, including: teacher evaluations, educational reforms, contract negotiations, school safety, cultural differences, undocumented students, and social media. To foster additional meaningful discussion and debate, this resource includes responses to each of the cases, written by a range of experts. The organization and unique approach of Educational Leadership in Action allows for flexible use in courses for aspiring leaders to supplement core readings, reinforce central concepts, exemplify theory, and provide grounded examples to encourage learning. This essential compendium of cases and responses prepares future leaders to frame problems, identify solutions, and develop strategies to meet the multiple challenges and competing demands in rapidly changing education contexts.

Professional Learning in Action

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ISBN: 9780807775011
Release Date: 2016-07-01
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Author: Victoria J. Risko
Publisher: Teachers College Press

Download and read online Professional Learning in Action in PDF and EPUB Risko and Vogt provide a unique and progressive approach for engaging the professional learning of teachers of literacy, reading specialists, literacy coaches and instructional leaders, content specialists, and administrators. Their deliberate use of Professional Learning signals the importance of educators engaging in authentic and inquiry-based decision-making. They describe and provide examples of needs assessments and progress monitoring activities that are embedded within differentiated professional learning activities, such as book clubs, lesson study, family literacy groups, and peer and literacy coaching. Actions and decisions are directed by questions generated by teachers, coaches, and administrators as they engage in collaborative and self-directed efforts to advance their knowledge and resolve dilemmas that impact instruction and students’ learning. Book Features: Provides authentic examples for implementing professional learning (PL) that addresses and resolves authentic dilemmas educators and students face.Synthesizes current research on effective professional learning with a literacy emphasis.Describes evidence-based and differentiated professional learning opportunities that engage instructional changes that are situated within meaningful and school-based applications.Advances knowledge about applications of professional learning that is collaborative, substantive, situated, dynamic, intense, and personal. Makes explicit connections to Common Core and similar State standards-based instruction.Includes reflection and self-study questions at the end of each chapter. “Professional Learning in Action will help close the ‘knowing/doing’ gap.... [The authors] have developed a systematic way to ensure that teachers are members of collaborating learning groups that harness the power of collective teacher efficacy.” —From the Foreword by Douglas Fisher, professor of educational leadership, San Diego State University “A must-read for educators involved in supporting high-quality literacy teaching. Current research about the importance of job-embedded, authentic professional learning serves as the foundation for the many practical ideas in this book.” —Rita M. Bean, professor emerita, University of Pittsburgh “This book will make a compelling contribution as a guiding resource for teachers and for those who support teachers' professional learning. It is focused on the needs of adult learners, respectful of teachers’ knowledge, and responsive to dynamic changes in educational standards.” —Maryann Mraz, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Succeeding with Standards

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ISBN: 9780871205094
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 204
Author: Judy F. Carr
Publisher: ASCD

Download and read online Succeeding with Standards in PDF and EPUB Discusses how to link all aspects of local curriculum to state and national standards and explains the eleven components involved in the standards-linking process.

Moral Leadership in Action

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ISBN: 9781843767503
Release Date: 2003-01-01
Number of pages: 352
Author: Heidi von Weltzien Hoivik
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

Download and read online Moral Leadership in Action in PDF and EPUB This comprehensive volume . . . is particularly suited to teachers and students within the higher education sector having an interest in business and management ethics. Economic Outlook and Business Review The theme of this book is moral leadership in action as it manifests itself implicitly and explicitly in European business organizations. We understand leadership as interplay among people at all levels within organizations and also within the economic system by which people are bound together through particular forms of interaction. The contributions collected in this volume mirror the plurality of approaches we find in the theoretical writings of academics in different European countries. The additional business cases from six different nations show how leaders actually have adopted and integrated working with values in their own organizations, i.e. how they put moral leadership into action. While the selected papers are not meant to be representative of each country, particular economic and cultural traditions are apparent in both thinking and managing moral leadership. The contributors, by presenting this emerging multicultural pattern of Europe, contribute to a better and more knowledgeable understanding of how European business leaders pursue their goals. Managers, students and teachers in business, ethics and leadership studies will find this volume an indispensable guide to the unique contributions of European leadership scholars.

Collaborative Leadership in Action

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ISBN: 0807751464
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 201
Author: Shelley B. Wepner

Download and read online Collaborative Leadership in Action in PDF and EPUB This book is about creating partnerships and the PreK-12 and higher education leaders who make them happen. It defines and describes different types of collaborative partnerships, and discusses what is needed to develop, sustain, and evaluate collaborative relationships that enrich the PreK-16 learning environment. Speaking from the leadership perspectives of both PreK-12 and higher education, real-life examples illustrate theories and practices of successful collaborative leaders partnering accross organizations.

Leading for Instructional Improvement

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ISBN: 111803175X
Release Date: 2011-02-17
Number of pages: 304
Author: Stephen Fink
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Leading for Instructional Improvement in PDF and EPUB Leading for Instructional Improvement Educational experts agree that quality teaching is the single most important factor in improving educational outcomes for all students. Teaching is a highly sophisticated and complex endeavor requiring deep expertise on the part of teachers and school leaders. This book shows how teacher, school, and district leaders can cultivate the expertise of teachers to deliver high quality instruction for all students. Leading for Instructional Improvement captures the nationally acclaimed work conducted by the Center for Educational Leadership at the University of Washington in its effort to improve the quality of teaching and leadership in schools across the country. The book provides extensive practical guidance grounded in theory and research, along with powerful stories and examples from classrooms, schools, and districts. Many of the tools, protocols, and frameworks contained in this book can be accessed electronically by visiting the Center for Educational Leadership website at www.k-12leadership.org. Praise for Leading for Instructional Improvement "This book offers insights that are invaluable to educators who seek to enhance teacher effectiveness now. The ideas presented are practical and applicable to schools in a variety of settings." —PEDRO A. NOGUERA, Ph.D., Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Development and executive director, Metropolitan Center for Urban Education "A deep and thoughtful look at how the issue of expertise is cultivated. Seizing upon their Center's research-based instructional framework, the authors provide important insights and tools." —DR. BEVERLY HALL, superintendent, Atlanta Public Schools "In this age of intense focus on how we evaluate teachers, we have to remember that any evaluation is only as good as the evaluator. This extremely useful book provides an excellent roadmap for how principals can become more effective in the most important aspect of their work, instructional leadership." —JERRY D. WEAST, Ed.D., superintendent of schools, Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland "Fink and Markholt offer practitioners a guide to effective teaching. Leading for Instructional Improvement asks us to heed the lessons within and support the kind of teacher education that will improve student achievement for today's schools and those of tomorrow." —BARNETT BERRY, president, Center for Teaching Quality

Nursing management and leadership in action

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ISBN: 0801614503
Release Date: 1983-04
Number of pages: 427
Author: Laura Mae Douglass
Publisher: C.V. Mosby

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System Leadership in Practice

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ISBN: 9780335239689
Release Date: 2009-05-01
Number of pages: 182
Author: Rob Higham
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

Download and read online System Leadership in Practice in PDF and EPUB This book is indispensable reading for school leaders and senior teachers, educational policy makers and advisors, as well as anyone involved or interested in education and its leadership.

Blended Learning in Action

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ISBN: 9781506341187
Release Date: 2016-09-27
Number of pages: 224
Author: Catlin R. Tucker
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Blended Learning in Action in PDF and EPUB Shift to blended learning to transform education Blended learning has the power to reinvent education, but the transition requires a new approach to learning and a new skillset for educators. Loaded with research and examples, Blended Learning in Action demonstrates the advantages a blended model has over traditional instruction when technology is used to engage students both inside the classroom and online. Readers will find: Breakdowns of the most effective classroom setups for blended learning Tips for leaders Ideas for personalizing and differentiating instruction using technology Strategies for managing devices in schools Questions to facilitate professional development and deeper learning

Leverage Leadership

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ISBN: 9781118238929
Release Date: 2012-06-06
Number of pages: 416
Author: Paul Bambrick-Santoyo
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Leverage Leadership in PDF and EPUB Paul Bambrick-Santoyo (Managing Director of Uncommon Schools) shows leaders how they can raise their schools to greatness by following a core set of principles. These seven principles, or "levers," allow for consistent, transformational, and replicable growth. With intentional focus on these areas, leaders will leverage much more learning from the same amount of time investment. Fundamentally, each of these seven levers answers the core questions of school leadership: What should an effective leader do, and how and when should they do it. Aimed at all levels of school leadership, the book is for any principal, superintendent, or educator who wants to be a transformational leader. The book includes 30 video clips of top-tier leaders in action. These videos bring great schools to you, and support a deeper understanding of both the components of success and how it looks as a whole. There are also many helpful rubrics, extensive professional development tools, calendars, and templates. Explores the core principles of effective leadership Author's charter school, North Star Academy in Newark, New Jersey, received the highest possible award given by the U.S. Department of Education; the National Blue Ribbon Print version includes an instructive DVD with 30 video clips to show how it looks in real life. E-book customers: please note that details on how to access the content from the DVD may be found in the e-book Table of Contents. Please see the section: "How to Access DVD Contents" Bambrick-Santoyo has trained more than 1,800 school leaders nationwide in his work at Uncommon Schools and is a recognized expert on transforming schools to achieve extraordinary results.

Accountability in Action

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ISBN: 0974734314
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 329
Author: Douglas B. Reeves
Publisher: Lead + Learn Press

Download and read online Accountability in Action in PDF and EPUB You'll find all you need to design a comprehensive accountability system that includes more than test scores. Filled with discussion questions, sample reports, templates, and additional resources for research, this book is a must-have for everyone developing an accountability program that is fair and rigorous, and meets the needs of your organization.

Motion Leadership

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ISBN: 9781412981316
Release Date: 2009-11-25
Number of pages: 85
Author: Michael Fullan
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Motion Leadership in PDF and EPUB Cycling from practice to theory and back again, this concise book provides the skinny on motion leadership, or how to “move” individuals, institutions, and whole systems forward.