|Other titles||School and society.|
|LC Classifications||LA227.3 .L43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 565 p.|
|Number of Pages||565|
|LC Control Number||70118952|
'Leadership Strategies for Teachers captures nearly all of the leadership situations that a teacher encounters at one point or another. The author provides a clear snapshot of many practical theories that can aid any aspiring, or situational, leader' -. Erin Powers, English Teacher, Paul Revere Charter Middle School, Los Angeles, CA Teachers rarely see themselves as leaders, but teachers who. Ed Betof popularized the idea in his book, “Leaders as Teachers.” Ed is a senior fellow at The Conference Board, president of Betof Associates LLC, former senior fellow and academic director of the Executive Program in Workplace Learning Leadership at Wharton, and former worldwide vice president of Talent Management and chief learning. The eight key practices described in Leaders of Their Own Learning engage students in making academic progress, improve achievement, and involve families and communities in the life of the school. The book, which includes 27 videos, is full of powerful strategies to help students own their learning. Principal Comment: "This is the one book I am always referring to, especially when working with new teachers. It isn't necessarily a leadership book but, as a mentor or leader for new staff, it is great, very user-friendly, and practical." Kim McLean, principal Calgary Academy Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Tuesdays With Morrie Author: Mitch Albom.
Teacher as Leader and Learner is a fun and interactive playshop that supports teachers to lead in creatively engaging ways and inspire students to become leaders themselves. It is in response to the evolutionary shift occurring in our education system away from prescriptive approaches of teaching to more co-creative and exploratory-based models. In recent years, demands in American schools have increased significantly for students, teachers, and school leaders. The 21st century teacher must educate with passion, be knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the content, and find ways to make topics fun and appealing for all to ensure academic success. Teachers as Leaders 1 The only safe ship in a storm is leadership. —Faye Wattleton I n early America, when teachers ran their own one-room schools, structured all their own curricula, and recognized their ability to impact the learning of every student, teacher leadership was an imperative, not an option. Teachers are motivated and willing to try new strategies because they trust leaders to support them. Students are motivated and connected to the school because they trust their teachers. Families are supportive because the principal and teachers have built trusting relationships with them.” 2. They Empower Teachers and Cultivate Leadership Skills.
Help aspiring academic professionals understand how basic legal principles apply to educational questions Written in a reader-friendly style that legal novices can easily understand, Legal Rights of School Leaders, Teachers, and Students details the principles underlying school law and provides essential guidelines for school personnel to follow in their everyday work. Three Things Great Leaders Have In Common With Great Teachers. If you want to be a great leader start to teach The days of command and control leadership are over. Group book studies, lesson study in critical friends' groups, professional development sessions at conferences, or visits to high-performing schools all provide intellectual stimulation. At Deborah Hoffman's Franklin Elementary School in Madison, Wisconsin, for example, teachers participate in book groups that focus on race and student achievement. From the first-year teacher struggling to lead a class of kindergarteners to the superintendent of schools in the largest school district in the world, educational leadership is everyone's responsibility and these five books about education leadership will transform schools one individual at a time.