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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jan Robertson; Helen Timperley
|ISBN:||9781849201735 1849201730 9781849201742 1849201749|
|Description:||xiii, 245 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword / Geoff Whitty --
Section I : Exploring models for leadership and improvement. Establishing platforms for leadership and learning / Helen Timperley and Jan Robertson ; The layering of leadership / Christopher Day ; How effective leaders reduce educational disparities / Russell Bishop ; Leadership and student learning : what works and how / Kenneth Leithwood ; Leadership and Student learning outcomes / Philip Hallinger and Ronald H. Heck ; Connecting leadership and learning / Geoff Southworth ; Realizing the potential of system leadership / David Hopkins --
Section II : Challenges in developing learning-focused leadership. Leading professional learning communities/ Louise Stoll ; Leading teachers' professional learning / Helen Timperley ; Leadership and student outcomes : are secondary schools unique? / Viviane M. J. Robinson, Linda Bendikson and John Hattie ; Instructional leadership : teacher level / Helen Wildy and Simon Clarke --
Section III : Broadening ideas of learning and knowledge development. A distributed perspective on learning leadership/ James P. Spillane ... [et al.] ; Leadership and diversity / Marianne Coleman ; Educators as knowledge leaders / Lorna Earl and Lynne Hannay ; Why the study of emotion matters in school leadership / Megan Crawford ; Partnership in leadership and learning / Jan Robertson ; Fusion and the future of leadership / Andy Hargreaves.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jan Robertson and Helen Timperley.|
'"Leadership for what?" ask the editors of this important new book - finally acknowledging that leadership's most important attribute is knowing where you are heading. Beginning to question the
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This book covers all related sub-topics and areas of leadership and the output of school as an organization dealing with students achievement and learning. From the contents I could pictures the extract and eager to got to depth of the topics. Its a pity I cant read the whole book.
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