Whatever It Takes: How Professional Learning Communities Respond When Kids Don't Learn

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Tandem Library, Jun 1, 2004 - Education - 263 pages
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Review: Whatever It Takes: How Professional Learning Communities Respond When Kids Don't Learn

User Review  - Doris Herrmann - Goodreads

One of the things I really like about this book is that it looks at the importance of a teacher's professional growth and how building capacity in a teacher can help students learn. This book provides ... Read full review

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User Review  - Amanda Gilles - Goodreads

I found this book to be inspiring and hope my school can fufill its goals to see the same success the schools in this book did. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Richard DuFour, en tant qu'ancien directeur et surintendant d'Adlai E. Stevenson, une ecole secondaire de banlieue comptant 4000 eleves, a su faire de cet etablissement l'une des ecoles les plus reputees et admirees des Etats-Unis.

Rebecca BuFour, anciennement directrice de Boones Mill, une ecole primaire rurale de 400 eleves, a permis a son ecole de decrocher le prix d'excellence du gouverneur de l'Etat.

Eaker, as the former executive vice-president and provost of Middle Tennessee State University, was cited by Phi Delta Kappa as one of the nation's leading experts in translating school research into practice.

Karhanek, as director of student services at Adlai Stevenson High School for 25 years, was the 2000 winner of the "Those Who Excel" award from the Illinois State Board of Education.

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