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Strategic Communications For School Leaders

Author: Vicki Gunther
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442209429
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"Strategic Communications for School Leaders highlights the myriad challenges and land mines faced by educational leaders, as well as the onslaught of opportunities to be misrepresented or misunderstood."-Fred Brill, superintendent, Lafayette School District, Lafayette, California. --Book Jacket.

Bringing Genius Hour To Your Library Implementing A Schoolwide Passion Project Program

Author: Elizabeth Barrera Rush
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440856532
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This unique book presents a practical and realistic approach to implementing a school-wide, K–12 Genius Hour program—one that can succeed regardless of budgetary and infrastructure constraints. • Provides a clear plan for implementing a school-wide genius hour program that can create a fluid learning and teaching experience for both students and librarians • Offers an education program that matches the goals or mission of a venue such as a learning commons environment • Delineates how a school librarian can fulfill a position of leadership in the school to implement a school-wide vision • Written with sensitivity to and knowledge of the issues that surround both public and private schools—for example, varying budgets, degrees of technology adoption, and community support

Case Studies For School Leaders

Author: William Sharp
Publisher: R&L Education
ISBN: 1461648289
Size: 44.95 MB
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Whatever your profession, a common base of knowledge and standards of performance are required for admission to practice. As an educator, while it is true that the individual states administer actual licensure procedures, they do so based on core standards established across states. These case studies, which cover a cross-section of these core values, are highly useful for people preparing to become educational leaders and for current practicing administrators.

Designing And Implementing Effective Professional Learning

Author: John Murray
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452257795
Size: 49.15 MB
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For sustained success, educators must commit to their own lifelong improvement. A clear correlation exists between level of focus on teacher professional development (PD) and student success. In this book, John Murray identifies the characteristics of effective professional learning, detailing eight strategies for planning, and executing, and evaluating PD programs. Content includes: The proven “backward” approach to articulating the goals of your PD program Descriptions of innovative and effective designs for professional learning such as Lesson Study and Instructional Rounds Powerful approaches to designing and implementing online PD

Everyday Teacher Leadership

Author: Michelle Collay
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118023099
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The essential guidelines for leading effective change in your school From an education expert comes a much-needed resource that gives teacher leaders the strategies and tools they need to improve their practice and assume new leadership roles in their schools. The author outlines the everyday acts of teacher leadership and shows how to lead effectively through collaboration. The book also contains suggestions for leading change beyond the classroom. Discusses what works when taking on the role of teacher leader in a school Contains proven strategies and tools for implementing school change Includes activities in each chapter that are teacher-tested and can be used by individuals, teams, or larger groups This important resource offers school leaders a much-needed guide for learning how to lead and implement school change.

Global Action On School Library Guidelines

Author: Barbara A. Schultz-Jones
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110395851
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This book celebrates the new IFLA School Library Guidelines and how they can be put to use around the world. Each chapter describes innovative initiatives for improving school library services, including mission and policy; educational and cultural programmes and services; human resources; digital and print resources; use of technology ; promotion and advocacy; evaluation and assessment.

Planning For Technology

Author: Bruce M. Whitehead
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1483306461
Size: 68.76 MB
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Stay a step ahead of technological change so that every student can flourish! Students and classrooms are growing more technologically savvy every semester, and falling behind is not an option. This new edition of an essential text shows educational leaders how to equip their students for the future, with updates such as: Digital developments of the past decade that school leaders must address New content covering the Common Core, distributed leadership, adult learning theory, digital citizenship, cybersecurity, cloud computing, and more A new chapter on creating a “culture of technology” that goes beyond mere user manuals to create responsible, tech-savvy students


Author: Anita Pankake
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317920627
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This book shows school leaders how to put programs and change efforts into action; facilitate and coordinate tasks; monitor progress; and support those responsible for carrying out projects and plans.

Technology Leadership For School Improvement

Author: Rosemary Papa
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412972108
Size: 79.24 MB
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Technology Leadership for School Improvement is a practical textbook that prepares primary and secondary educational leaders with the skills and knowledge to manage and administer technology in their school settings. The text focuses on helping educational leaders learn what they need to know about technology standards, data-driven decision making, and creative leadership in this digital environment. To effectively cover the many facets of technology each chapter is written by a specialist following a similar structure and pedagogy for ease of use by the learner.

The Culturally Proficient School

Author: Randall B. Lindsey
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1452258384
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The first edition of The Culturally Proficient School was designed as a brief guide for school leaders on implementing the principles and practices of Cultural Proficiency at the building level. Unlike the Lindsey′s first book, Cultural Proficiency: A Manual for School Leaders, which is summative in nature, this book was meant to be more ′how-to.′ The authors describe it as a ′handbook′ for building level leaders (including teacher leaders) who are ′seeking opportunities to have meaningful conversations about developing culturally proficient practices.′ It was also assumed that the majority of readers of The Culturally Proficient School had already read Cultural Proficiency: A Manual for School Leaders. The first edition (and proposed second edition) incorporate many of the hallmark features of other titles in the CP series including a running (composite) case study and numerous reflective prompts. The book is lighter on foundational material such as historical background and heavier on skills, e.g., a full chapter on the ′Art and Science of Conversation.′ This second edition is designed to bring forward the authors′ latest learning about individual and institutional efforts to close access and achievement gaps. It will include the Cultural Proficiency Framework -- a more recent conceptual model that the authors have used in their latest publications. It will also include the most up-to-date version of the Guiding Principles of Cultural Proficiency (from 5 to 9 principles), new material on the art and science of conversation and its critical importance in the health of organizations, and significant updating to the running case study to better reflect the current accountability climate and new trends in policy and practice.