Delegation Skills for Teachers

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Kogan Page, 1995 - Education - 88 pages
Faced with a growing administrative workload and responsibility for a variety of extra-curricula activities, many teachers find themselves in situations where they need to delegate tasks to colleagues. This book provides a step-by-step guide to the skills needed to do this effectively.

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Jim Knight is a research associate at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning and the president of the Instructional Coaching Group. He has spent close to two decades studying professional learning and instructional coaching. He has written or co-authored several books on the topic including "Instructional Coaching: A Partnership Approach to Improving Instruction "published by Corwin and Learning Forward (2007) and "Unmistakable Impact: A Partnership Approach for Dramatically Improving Instruction" (2011). Knight co-authored "Coaching" "Classroom"" ""Management "(2006)" "and also edited "Coaching: ""Approaches ""and Perspectives "(2008)." "Knight has authored articles on instructional coaching and professional learning in publications such as "The ""Journal ""of ""Staff ""Development, Educational Leadership, ""Principal Leadership, ""The ""School ""Administrator, " and" ""Kappan."Frequently asked to lead professional learning, Knight has presented and consulted in most states, and eight countries. Knight also leads the coaching institutes and the Annual Instructional Coaching Conference in Lawrence, Kansas.He has a PhD in Education from the University of Kansas and has won several university teaching, innovation, and service awards. Knight also hosts Talking About Teaching on the Teaching Channel and writes the blog.Join Jim s The Big Four Ning community.Now, Jim Knight is offering his expertise in an online professional development opportunity!Coming soon: an eStudy opportunity built around Jim's Instructional Coaching.Visit our Professional Learning page for more information!

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