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How leadership works, a playbook for instructional leaders, Cathy J. Lassiter [and three others]

Summary
Sharpen your instructional leadership skills and guide your school toward equity and excellence for all. Just think about how great schools could be if every instructional leader exercised their influence to create change-maximizing the efforts of others and mobilizing those efforts to work toward a shared goal. How Leadership Works: A Playbook for Instructional Leaders walks educators through the processes of clarifying, articulating, and actualizing instructional leadership goals with the aim of delivering on the promise of equity and excellence for all. Grounded in Visible Learning® research, the exercises in this easy-to-use playbook illuminate the essential mindframes necessary for effective instructional leadership and prompt veteran, new, and aspiring educators to identify challenges and determine next steps. It includes: Ten essential mindframes for leaders, together with the leadership practices that illustrate each mindframe in action Teaching practices, such as teacher clarity or student engagement in learning, that support teachers in delivering quality instruction, along with tools to document the impact of those practices on learning Strategies for leading learning, including establishing school culture, utilizing feedback, and supporting professional learning communities as a pathway to building collective teacher efficacy. Tools for applying the principles of change, conducting an initiative inventory, and implementing and de-implementing initiatives Exercise-by-exercise, educators and front office staff will deepen their knowledge, frame their priorities and practices, and gain new tools for supporting the instructional focus and initiatives designed to support learning at your school
Table Of Contents
HOW LEADERSHIP WORKS - FRONT COVER -- HOW LEADERSHIP WORKS -- COPYRIGHT -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- INTRODUCTION: EXPLORING LEADERSHIP -- CHAPTER 1 - MINDFRAMES FOR LEADERS -- PART I - THE WORK AHEAD-PART I: LEADING TEACHING -- CHAPTER 2 - DEMONSTRATE INSTRUCTIONALLEADERSHIP -- CHAPTER 3 - SUPPORT TEACHER CLARITY ANDPROMOTE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT -- CHAPTER 4 - INVESTIGATE THE IMPACT OF TEACHING -- PART II - THE WORK AHEAD-PART II: LEADING LEARNING -- CHAPTER 5 - BUILD A LEARNING-FOCUSED SCHOOL CLIMATE -- CHAPTER 6 - EMPOWER PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES -- CHAPTER 7 - ENSURE GROWTH-ORIENTED FEEDBACK -- PART III - THE WORK AHEAD-PART III: LEADING CHANGE -- CHAPTER 8 - MANAGE AND LEAD CHANGE -- CHAPTER 9 - ENGAGE IN DE-IMPLEMENTATION -- CHAPTER 10 - UTILIZE IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE -- CONCLUSION: THE WORK AHEAD -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Edition
1st ed.
Physical Description
1 online resource (xi, 183 pages), color illustrations
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781071877203

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