2 edition of Examining effective teacher leadership found in the catalog.
Examining effective teacher leadership
Sara Ray Stoelinga
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Sara Ray Stoelinga, Melinda M. Mangin ; foreword by Susan Moore Johnson|
|Contributions||Mangin, Melinda M.|
|LC Classifications||LB1025.3 .S753 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 194 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||194|
|ISBN 10||0807750352, 0807750360|
|ISBN 10||9780807750353, 9780807750360|
|LC Control Number||2009039510|
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Authentic/5(2). Request PDF | Examining Effective Teacher Leadership: A Case Study Approach. Examining effective teacher leadership book This book examines the work of elementary-level, non-supervisory, school.
This book examines the work of elementary-level, non-supervisory, school-embedded, instructional teacher leader roles using research-based case studies.
Instructional teacher leaders aim to help teachers develop the skills and knowledge necessary for continued instructional improvement and, ultimately, enhanced student learning. The authors use research to identify Cited by: Harvard Educational Review on Examining Effective Teacher Leadership; UEI Senior Director Sara Ray Stoelinga, who maintains a research portfolio with our Consortium on Chicago School Research and teaches within our Urban Teacher Education Program, has co-authored a new book titled Examining Effective Teacher Leadership: A Case Study Approach.
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In Examining Effective Teacher Leadership, Stoelinga and Mangin argue that discussions about such teacher leadership roles lack clear definitions, a common language, and consistent applications of research-based frameworks. In response, they present a series of cases about elementary school teachers in formal leadership roles, demonstrating the.
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It identifies elements of effec-tive teaching within broad File Size: 2MB. This book examines the work of elementary-level, non-supervisory, school-embedded, instructional teacher leader roles using research-based case studies. Instructional teacher leaders aim to help teachers develop the skills and knowledge necessary for continued instructional improvement and, ultimately, enhanced student : $ ASCD Customer Service.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xiv, pages) Contents: Introduction --Understanding the work of instructional teacher leaders: the vignettes --The dilemmas of instructional teacher leadership: open-ended -ended case 1: Leading learning: Erin ; Open-ended case 2: School norms and.
the level of support for a new teacher is crucial to their success as long-term educators. The purpose of this literature review is to examine the main reasons behind both teacher turnover and teacher retention in order to determine the most effective ways for.
There is another direction of teacher leadership research in the context of the teaching and learning process (teacher leadership). Cheung, Reinhardt. Sara Ray Stoelinga is the author of Examining Effective Teacher Leadership ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Examining Effective Te /5.
teacher leadership are critically important if public schools are to ensure a strong supply of effective teachers for the future 3. Teachers identify missing supports for leadership in their schools as barriers to their empowerment and effectiveness.
Despite the importance of teacher empowerment, fewer than half (45 percent) of theFile Size: KB. '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. An effective and successful teacher leader can become a teacher leader without an appointment, simply through earned recognition.
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The skills teacher leaders need to be effective in a variety of roles can be broken into five main categories. These skills sets are further defined on subsequent pages. 1. Working with adult learners 2. Communication 3. Collaboration 4. Knowledge of content and pedagogy 5.
Systems thinking Dispositions of Effective Teacher LeadersFile Size: KB. These characteristics fall in line with what I've seen the most effective teacher leaders do. Teacher leadership doesn't necessitate teachers leaving the classroom for a principalship.
Teacher leadership doesn't mean you were chosen or assigned as the absolute best person for the job, as biases abound in our school : José Vilson. This makes training more effective and productivity spike. It’s been said that experience is the best teacher, but in some ways it’s the worst; it gives the test before presenting the lesson (and don’t forget that experience only teaches the teachable).
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