Leading a Creative School: Initiating and Sustaining School Change (Creative Teaching/Creative Schools)
By: Ethel Sanders (editor)Paperback
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"Leading a Creative School" argues that school leaders are central in any change process, and offers suggestions and models of practice for a whole school change towards creative practice.
Ethel Sanders is involved in the Creative Whole School Change programme at the University of Nottingham, UK.
Series Introduction Introduction Pat Thomson and Ethel Sanders 1. It can only happen on a Thursday Judy Berry, Rufford Infant and Nursery School 2. Circles of Influence: a Democratic Whole School Alternative to a School Council Alison Peacock, The Wroxham School 3. Change as an Evolutionary Process Mary Igoe, Columbia Primary School. Questions to Consider 4. Dance as the Key to Full and Effective Student Engagement and Driver of Whole School Change Tony Lyng and Jackie Mortimer, Brockhill Park Performing Arts College. Questions to Consider 5. If you Always do what You've Always Done, you Will Always get what You've Always got Lesley Lyon, Manning Comprehensive School for Girls 6. 'Making it Yours' David Priestley, Greenfield Community and Arts College
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