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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Cyril J H Taylor; Conor Ryan
|Notes:||Tidligere udgave: 2004. 300 sider|
|Description:||xii, 308 s. : ill. ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Preface; What makes a great school?; Starting out: the transition from primary to secondary school; The drive for continuous improvement; How to turn around a failing school; Accountability, transparency and choice: the value of specialism; Using data to improve performance; Teamwork: teachers, trainees and teaching assistants; Broad and balanced learning; Term times, timetables and changing classrooms; Discipline and attendance; Inspection and audit; Provision for children with special educational needs; Schools helping schools: the value of partnerships; Turning the rhetoric of school choice into reality; Lessons from abroad; Good schools manage their finances well and learn how to raise sponsorship; How information communications technology can improve learning; Can we transform our schools?; Appendix 1: How to calculate the value added of a secondary school; Appendix 2: Survey of best practice in leading specialist schools|
|Responsibility:||Cyril Taylor and Conor Ryan|
'Every ambitious teacher should read it.' Daily Telegraph 'This is a book that needed to be written...Here is a crystal clear account of the ingredients that the authors believe are needed to create
- High schools -- Great Britain -- Administration.
- School improvement programs -- Great Britain.
- uddannelse på sekundært niveau
- Forenede Kongerige
- uddannelse -- højskole -- skoleudvikling -- curriculum -- udvikling -- læring -- Storbritannien
- High schools -- Administration
- School improvement programs
- Great Britain