Benchmarking: A Guide for Educators
"If there is one obvious opportunity to use benchmarking to provide some substantial value to our society, it is in the area of public education."
This book contains real-world strategies that show you how to make continuous improvement part of your school's plan. You already know what isn't working; what you need now is an infusion of ideas and documented practices that will work.
Tucker shows how to enhance your school's teaching and learning by using benchmarking, a team research and data-driven process for increasing effectiveness. She gives you the information you need to begin a benchmarking project at your school. You'll learn techniques to help you involve everyone--especially those who will actually implement the changes.
Contains step-by-step guidelines and examples to help you:
You can accomplish the real, comprehensive restructuring you're looking for. Use the benchmarking techniques in this new book to transform your school into the authentic learning community you've always known it could be. Tucker leads you from planning through completion and gives you practical tips you can use right now.
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What Is Benchmarking?
Should Your School Begin Benchmarking?
Planning Your Benchmarking Project
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