2 edition of Leadership development for educators found in the catalog.
Leadership development for educators
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Herb Rubenstein, F. Mike Miles, and Laurie Bassi.|
|Contributions||Miles, F. Mike, 1956-, Bassi, Laurie J. 1954-|
|LC Classifications||LB2806 .R79 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781607090199, 9781607090205, 9781607090212|
|LC Control Number||2009031912|
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The article covered key do’s and don’ts but it failed to provide one main ingredient for a successful partnership—indeed an element that continues to plague higher education—leadership. Thus, for the purpose of this article, the lack of leadership development in higher education will be discussed as a structural or institutional gap. Become a student yourself and study the concept of teacher leadership. Educators have researched and written dozens of articles and books on the topic to guide you on your journey. For example, University of Minnesota researchers Jennifer York-Barr and Karen Duke studied the topic for 20 years before writing a scholarly journal called "What Do.
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The book’s chapters explore teacher leadership and professional development from a number of perspectives, giving rise to three points of particular significance.
Firstly the chapters show that, either by accident or design, there is a growing cadre of teacher leaders emerging from a multitude of professional development activities and.Human Resource Leadership for Effective Schools, 5th Edition.
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