Becoming a strong instructional leader : saying no to business as usual
Source:Teachers College Press, New York, p.201 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LB2831.82 .J64 2012
Keywords:School administrators--Professional relationships--United States, School improvement programs--United States, Teacher-administrator relationships--United States
Contents: The dance around the classroom -- The conflict between institutional schooling and the practice of teaching -- The classroom -- The diversions of school administration -- Aims talk: schools with purpose -- Overcoming the barriers to school reform -- The private journey: discovering a unique instructional voice -- The public journey: engaging skeptics -- Public enemies -- Creating a professional-growth culture -- Understanding the how and why of school reform initiatives -- Developing master teachers -- Transforming the daily grind of schooling.