Back to Common Sense: Rethinking School Change

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Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2010 - Business & Economics - 131 pages
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There are times in today's educational world when it seems as if common sense has lost its place as a factor in critical decision making. This book strives to provide alternative, practical, and commonsense solutions to decision making in several traditional areas of education. Intended for professional leaders in education, including administrators and teachers, the chapters are cleverly divided into stories, theory, and practice. It is a myth that experience always equates to quality and that creating successful school change can start with anyone, anywhere. Research and best practice can work hand in hand with common sense to bridge the gap between today's educational world and the days of the one-room schoolhouse. Teachers and administrators interested in commonsense practice will also be left with a reminder of why they got into the game of education in the first place and why the field cannot go forward without them.

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Joe Dawidziak began his professional teaching career as a sixth-grade teacher in 1995, later becoming an eighth-grade teacher for eight years. He is now a principal.

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