This practical guide explains the skills needed by teacher leaders and suggests ways principals can provide opportunities for teachers to learn these skills. It shows practicing and aspiring principals: who to involve in decision making ...and when how to anticipate and solve problems which might arise from the distribution of power and authority other tools to build teacher leadership.
Gayle Moller is Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations in the College of Education and Allied Professions at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina. She was formerly Executive Director of the South Florida Center for Educational Leaders. Anita M. Pankake, a former teacher, team leader, assistant principal, and principal, is currently director of the doctoral program and professor of educational leadership at the University of Texas Pan American.
Foreword About This Book Part 1: taking Responsibility for Intentional Leadership Chapter 1: Ushering in a New View of Leading and Learning Chapter 2: Investigating the Vision, the Roles, and the Reasons Chapter 3: Developing a Culture of Continuous Improvement Part 2: Putting the Principles into Action Chapter 4: Building Positive Relationships Chapter 5: Distributing Power and Authority Chapter 6: Aligning Teacher Leadership with Professional Learning - Creating a Context of Support for Teacher Leaders Part 3: Supporting and Sustaining Teacher Leadership Chapter 7: Creating a Context of Support for Teacher Leaders Chapter 8: Sustaining Teacher Leading and Learning
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