Organizational Learning: Improving Learning, Teaching, and Leading in School Systems

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This innovative book about organizational learning in K–12 settings reshapes the way teachers and administrators think about people, practices, and policies while providing a compelling roadmap for transformation from within today's school systems.
 

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Contents

1 NEW WAYS OF THINKING
3
2 ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
15
3 CORE ASSUMPTIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING PERSPECTIVES
31
WHY IS ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING IMPORTANT FOR SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL SYSTEMS?
43
4 ENSURING A CYCLE OF CONTINUOUS LEARNING
45
5 ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AS RENEWAL
53
6 PRIORITIZING LEARNING FOR ALL MEMBERS
67
7 FOSTERING INQUIRY AND ITS COLLATERAL LEARNING
89
10 ATTENDING TO HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
149
11 PROVIDING FOR MEMBERS SELFFULFILLMENT
175
LOOKING BACK LOOKING AHEAD
197
12 ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
199
13 HOW RESEARCH CAN HELP SCHOOLS AND SYSTEMS MOVE FORWARD
211
GLOSSARY
219
REFERENCES
223
INDEX
233

8 FACILITATING THE DISSEMINATION OF LEARNING
109
9 PRACTICING DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES
129

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