Staff Development: Practices that Promote Leadership in Learning Communities
This book examines the role of the school principal in instructional improvement and staff development. Included are discussions of job-embedded learning, models of staff development, and action research.
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THE ROLE OF THE PRINCIPAL IN PROVIDING
DEVELOPING LEARNING COMMUNITIES
MODELS OF STAFF DEVELOPMENT
ACTION RESEARCH adult learning ANDRAGOGY beginning teachers budget building classroom collaboration collective context cooperative learning create CSTs curriculum devel discussion donor Elmen enhance experience facilitator feedback focus funding goals High School identify implementation individual instructional leaders job-embedded learning job-embedded staff development Journal of Staff Killian leadership learners learning community learning opportunities learning organization meet ment Mentor Program models of staff National Staff Development NCATE Norman Public Schools NSDC ongoing opment organizational organizational learning participants peer coaching planning Ponticell practice principals need Problem-based learning profes professional development professional growth program evaluation promote reflection responsibility role school district school improvement sional skills staff development activities Staff Development Council staff development initiatives staff development program stage stakeholders strategies student achievement student learning study groups success teachers need teaching Texas Tech University Thousand Oaks tion tive University of Georgia velopment WFSG Wood
Paradigm Debates in Curriculum and Supervision: Modern and Postmodern ...
Jeffrey Glanz,Linda S. Behar-Horenstein
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