The Inner Principal: Reflections on Educational Leadership

Constructing Modern Knowledge Press, 15 de set. 2016 - 194 pàgines
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"This is a book that will go to your inner consciousness and make a difference in how you think about your own role as leader." - from the foreword by Michael FullanIn The Inner Principal: Reflections on Educational Leadership, veteran principal David Loader takes the reader on a journey through the heart and mind of a leader. Introspective and warm, thoughtful and imaginative, this timeless classic will provide insight and lessons for school leaders around the world. David Loader is the rare mix of charismatic leader, tireless advocate for children, clever entrepreneur, courageous social commentator, and deeply reflective practitioner - all in the person of a veteran school principal. The Inner Principal shares his innermost thoughts and conflicts so that leaders may think more deeply about their own thinking. His remarkable accomplishments, including pioneering 1:1 computing, laptops for student learning, coding across the curriculum, and other innovations will inspire education leaders worldwide.

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David Loader is a Principal Fellow in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Melbourne University and provides consulting, design, evaluation, and strategic goal setting services for school leaders and educational organizations. David is a consultant to Girl Guides Australia, reviewing their Australian Guide Program. As part of Daintree Associates, David runs conferences and study trips for school principals in China.

Michael Fullan, O.C. is an author, speaker, educational consultant and a worldwide authority on educational reform with a mandate of helping to achieve the moral purpose of all children learning. A former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto, Michael advises policymakers and local leaders around the world to provide leadership in education. Michael received the Order of Canada in December 2012. He holds honorary doctorates from several universities in North America and abroad.

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