Awakening the sleeping giant: leadership development for teachers
In view of the increasing recognition that school reform cannot progress significantly until teachers begin to lead the way, this book focuses on how teachers can develop leadership skills. As leadership is not part of existing teacher training programmes, the authors go beyond the usual descriptions of leadership roles that teachers can play by presenting specific plans to help teachers gain influence in leadership roles.
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Developing Teacher Leaders
Honoring the Uniqueness of Teacher Leaders
Building a Context for Teacher Leadership
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