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The learning leader : how to focus school improvement for better results

Author: Douglas B Reeves
Publisher: Alexandria, Va. : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, ©2006.
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Is your school leading, learning, lucky, or losing? Acclaimed author and consultant Douglas Reeves helps you answer that question and discover the leadership actions that will lead your organization to higher student achievement. Drawing from research studies and observations from successful schools, Reeves debunks many common myths about school leadership and offers more reliable leadership guideposts to steer by:  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas B Reeves
ISBN: 1416603328 9781416603320
OCLC Number: 62493262
Description: xxv, 221 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: The results paradox --
Challenging leadership myths : hope for the exhausted leader --
Architectural leadership : why you cannot do it alone --
The dimensions of leadership --
What matters most : from planning to performance --
Transforming research into action --
Leadership and effective feedback : the dilemmas of grading --
Using leadership maps to improve your school --
Putting it all together : the essential transformations of the learning leader. Appendix A: Planning, implementing, and monitoring (PIM) school improvement audit and scoring guide --
B: Creating your leadership map --
C: Guidelines for data walls or the science fair for grownups --
D: Daily priorities lists.
Responsibility: Douglas B. Reeves.
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Is your school leading, learning, lucky, or losing? Acclaimed author and consultant Douglas Reeves helps you answer that question and discover the leadership actions that will lead your organization to higher student achievement. Drawing from research studies and observations from successful schools, Reeves debunks many common myths about school leadership and offers more reliable leadership guideposts to steer by: Why focusing on results only can lead to misperceptions about your school's true performance; How to use a Leadership for Learning Framework to relate leadership actions to school success; Which "sacred" education practices may need to be sacrificed for improvement to occur; How to use leadership maps to chart the effectiveness of improvement efforts and plan next steps. - Publisher.

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