Asking the Right Questions: Tools for Collaboration and School Change
SAGE Publications, 2008/07/02 - 205 ページ
"This updated edition of the bestseller on school reform focuses on collaboration at three crucial levels: district, school, and classroom. Recognizing the power of multilevel support, reform expert Edie L. Holcomb provides a structure that helps teams of educators assess a situation, gather information, plan and implement change initiatives, evaluate progress, and sustain change. In easy-to-understand language, Asking the Right Questions, Third Edition, effectively highlights the issues that need to be addressed when implementing school improvement initiatives. Building on her highly successful framework, the author presents a new discussion on shaping practice, creating effective decision-making structures, and reviewing improvement plans. The new edition also includes innovative strategies such as symbolic displays, configuration maps, priority grids, and open space technology, additional examples of change scenarios from the field, review questions and chapter summaries that highlight key points. A CD-ROM with figures, customizable forms, and a chapter-by-chapter discussion guide to facilitate individual and group study. From simple policy changes to broad reform, this invaluable guide helps teachers, principals, and administrators work together to visualize and enact changes that improve student ievement."--PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE.
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