Educational Leadership: A Bridge to Improved Practice describes how successful and effective schools and administrators operate in an increasingly challenging, fast-paced, demanding, and at times revolutionary environment. Readers are offered an integrated view of the knowledge base, research, and practice of administration within a context of multiple perspectives and a wide range of thinking.
Table of Contents
Part I The Foundations of Educational Leadership
CHAPTER ONE: Leadership Standards, Values and Practice
CHAPTER TWO: Context and Perspective for Educational Leaders
CHAPTER THREE: School Reform and Innovation
CHAPTER FOUR: School District Organizational Structure and Leadership
CHAPTER FIVE: Leadership Theory and Practice
PBL: Marveling at the Results: Power, Roles, Relationships, and School Reform
Part Two–Instructional Leadership and Student Learning
CHAPTER SIX: Leading Learning in Schools
CHAPTER SEVEN: Technology and Learning
CHAPTER EIGHT: Diversity and Language Learning
CHAPTER NINE: Curriculum Development and Assessment
PBL: A Jalapeño in a Candy Jar: Addressing Diversity
Part Three---Operational Support for Effective Teaching and Learning
CHAPTER TEN:Student Support Services
CHAPTER ELEVEN: Law and Policy
CHAPTER TWELVE: Resource Allocation and Management
PBL: Safe Havens: Developing School-Based Health Clinics
A. Bridges & Hallinger - Problem-Based Learning in Educational Leadership
B. Getz–Understanding Group ProcessC. PBL Project- Personalizing Learning Through Technology Integration: A Plan for Sheridan High School
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