Organizational Learning: Improving Learning, Teaching, and Leading in School Systems
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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1 NEW WAYS OF THINKING
2 ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING
3 CORE ASSUMPTIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING PERSPECTIVES
WHY IS ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING IMPORTANT FOR SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL SYSTEMS?
4 ENSURING A CYCLE OF CONTINUOUS LEARNING
5 ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AS RENEWAL
6 PRIORITIZING LEARNING FOR ALL MEMBERS
7 FOSTERING INQUIRY AND ITS COLLATERAL LEARNING
8 FACILITATING THE DISSEMINATION OF LEARNING
9 PRACTICING DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES
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