8 edition of school leader"s guide to excellence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 179-181) and index.
|Statement||Carmen Fariña and Laura Kotch.|
|LC Classifications||LB2805 .F25 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||2007045379|
Get this from a library! A School Leader's Guide to Excellence: Collaborating Our Way to Better Schools.. [Carmen Farina; Lauara Kotch] -- Is something holding your school back? Turn to Carmen Faria and Laura Kotch. In New York City they've transformed struggling schools into excellent schools and made good ones great. Their School. This guide is intended to help school leaders make sense of special education as they blend knowledge of effective education practice with knowledge of the law to develop and maintain the best program for all students. Because knowledge of the law is a must for today's principals, the law is used to provide a structure for : Jean Patterson.
This book provides tips and strategies to help school leaders improve, neutralize, or eliminate resistant and negative teachers. Learn how to handle staff members who gossip in the teacher's lounge, consistently say "it won't work" when any new idea is suggested, send an excessive number o students to the office, undermine your efforts toward school improvement, or negatively influence other. John Wink is an Superintendent of Schools in Texas. He provides us with a comprehensive guide to school excellence. This book is not just for Superintendents. It's for all educational leaders. He provides us with a means to improve student academic school success. He takes us through a process where we learn to increase teacher.
Then this is the book for you. In The Aspiring Princi school leadership expert Baruti Kafele presents reflective questions aimed at assisting both new and aspiring school leaders as they work to become effective school leaders and consider making a leap to a leadership position, respectively. Presentation Services for Leaders and Staff Leadership Coaching Central Office and Campus Leadership Team-Building. My Current Presentations: A Leader's Guide to Excellence in Every Classroom - Based on his book released in November A Teacher's Guide to Excellence in Every Student - Based on his new book to be released in November
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Carmen Farina is the coauthor, with her longtime collaborator Laura Kotch, of A School Leader's Guide to Excellence. They have in-depth experience with helping all schools make the changes they need to achieve excellence. As professional partners they have held numerous roles in /5(5).
"In his book, A Leader's Guide to Excellence in Every Classroom: Creating Support Systems for Teacher Success, John Wink provides a comprehensive guide to school pairs best practices in education with visuals and tools to support planning and implementation, presenting a schoolwide support system in an understandable and thoughtful way.5/5(7).
“In his book, A Leader’s Guide to Excellence in Every Classroom: Creating Support Systems for Teacher Success, John Wink provides a comprehensive guide to school pairs best practices in education with visuals and tools to support planning and implementation, presenting a schoolwide support system in an understandable and thoughtful way.
This updated edition of A School Leader’s Guide to Excellence models exactly how current Chancellor of New York City Public Schools, Carmen Fariña, and former Executive Director of Professional Development for the New York City Department of Education, Laura Kotch, transform struggling schools and make good schools great.
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Dweck, What Great Principals Do Differently: 15 Things That M. A Leader's Guide to Excellence in Every Classroom To ensure learning for all students, schools must build support systems that guarantee excellence for all teachers. This resource examines the Hierarchy of Instructional Excellence, which prioritizes the order of teacher development for ultimate success.
A School Leader’s Guide to Excellence: Collaborating Our Way to Better Schools By Carmen Farina and Laura Kotch (Heineman, – Learn more) Reviewed by Tamekia McCauley. We all want to become excellent leaders within excellent schools, right. Chancellor Carmen Fariña has a playbook, and she’s sticking to it.
She explains it all in “A School Leader’s Guide to Excellence: Collaborating our Way to Better Schools,” a book she co-wrote with Laura Kotch, her longtime partner in education leadership, after leaving her job as a deputy its copies of staff appreciation memos and thank you letters she sent to.
Note that while the authors have primarily been leaders of grades K-8, most of the book applies to leaders of all grade levels. Because the authors worked at the district level, their advice is appropriate for district leaders as well.
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These great educational leadership books have influenced my own practice deeply. How can K–12 school leaders recognize and ensure that their school or district is supporting good math instruction.
Marian Small and Doug Duff provide the answer to that and other questions in The School Leader's Guide to Building and Sustaining Math Success. Drawing on their vast experience working with administrators, Small and Duff provide.
How can school leaders excel in those behaviours. An important and trusted resource for 25 years, this fourth edition of School Leadership: Handbook for Excellence in Student Learning emphasizes the school leader's role as champion of student learning.
New Dates & Venue Information coming soon, for the EC Summit of Excellence – a 2-day event for high performing EC Leaders who want to create a culture of excellence in their schools.
The School Culture Model: Your Free Guide to Build a School Of Excellence. The Guide also identifies resources that provide more specific guidance on actions for school leaders and teachers to lift outcomes for students. Every school is unique, with many schools relying on a range of education support and student support services staff to support them in teaching and learning as part of any whole-school improvement.
Excellence in leading. In our schools, school leaders enable a self-sustaining and self-improving community that will continue to support the highest levels of learning as a lasting legacy of their contributions. Strong, strategic and effective leadership is the cornerstone of school excellence.
Excellent leaders have a commitment to fostering aFile Size: KB. School leaders, especially principals, will play a major role in determining how effectively public schools are able to respond to the challenges of the next century. This handbook summarizes, analyzes, and synthesizes literature on educational leadership.
It also integrates theory and practice, containing ideas from practitioners. The volume looks at leadership from four perspectives--the Cited by: 2. “John Wink provides a comprehensive guide to school excellence. I would highly recommend this book to any district or school leader who is searching for a way to improve student academic success.
in this Guide focus on how school leaders can provide instructional leadership and implement a whole-school approach to curriculum planning, teaching and learning, and monitoring and evaluating literacy and numeracy outcomes.
Importantly, these approaches are File Size: KB. This item has been replaced by Principal, The: Creative Leadership for Excellence, Updated 8th Edition, 8th Edition Principal, The: Creative Leadership for Excellence in Schools, 8th Edition Gerald C.
Ubben, University of Tennessee, KnoxvilleFormat: Cloth. Book Review: Catholic School Leadership Thomas J. Kiely The book addresses a sprawling field of study, and tries to retain and prepare leaders to guide the closely-knit community of a Catholic school.
The Afterward by Ronald Hoover is the final touch in this effort toAuthor: Thomas J Kiely.Reimagine school practices to meet the needs of modern learners. With today’s digitally rich classrooms and highly connected world, the context on which traditional schools are built must shift dramatically.
The author challenges school administrators and leaders to let go.excellence in teaching and learning, and by extension to improve student learning outcomes. To use this guide effectively school leaders should be familiar with the FISO.
School leaders should also read the FISO Continua of Practice to assist them to identify ‘key actions’ to focus on. The guide aligns to the FISO Improvement Cycle;File Size: 1MB.