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Making a Difference, Instructional Leadership That Drives Self-Reflection and Values the Expertise of Teachers, Ian Mette, Dwayne Ray Cormier, and Yanira Oliveras

Supervision frameworks tend to lack the ability to identify, address, and provide feedback about how racial, cultural, and socioeconomic factors contribute to the sociocultural gap that so often exists between teachers and students in the US. To accomplish this, however, a more culturally responsive system of instructional feedback will need to support educators to consider how students who are minoritized, marginalized, and otherized in the US see themselves as belonging to a democratic US society
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- The Instructional Leader as an Equity Leader -- Addressing the Feedback Loop Problem in US Schools -- Shifting Feedback from Hierarchical to Helpful -- Liberating Ourselves from Prepackaged Systems -- Learning to Engage in a Community of Culturally Responsive Instructors -- Developing a Team of Inclusive Instructional Leaders -- Being Intentional about Representation -- Working Together to Determine What Culturally Responsive Instructional Supervision Looks Like -- Establishing a Plan of Action When Instruction Is Not Inclusive -- Supporting Ongoing Growth and Development of Culturally Responsive Instruction -- Growth Starts with the Self -- Learning to Grow with Critical Colleagues -- Using Peer-Led Classroom Observations to Drive Equitable Outcomes -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- About the Authors
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