School Leaders Building Capacity from Within Resolving Competing Agendas Creatively

ISBN-10: 0761931708
ISBN-13: 9780761931706
Edition: 2005
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Description: The authors address school change by juxtaposing Fritz's structural dynamics theory against K-12 school practice, providing steps to address structural tensions within schools to create a unified school vision, to develop professional learning  More...

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List price: $27.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Corwin Press
Publication date: 10/12/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.572
Language: English

The authors address school change by juxtaposing Fritz's structural dynamics theory against K-12 school practice, providing steps to address structural tensions within schools to create a unified school vision, to develop professional learning communities & distributive leadership, & much else.

Leonard C. Burrello is Professor of Education and Chair of Educational Leadership Program and Executive Director of The Forum on Education at Indiana University. He is currently studying school improvement in rural schools within a distributive leadership framework and consulting with the Gates Initiative on Small Schools for the University of Indianapolis in the Indianapolis Public Schools. With co-author Lauren Hoffman he completed at three organizational consultation project in Washtenaw County, Michigan where they helped create a new planning framework using the work of Robert Fritz. They are also working with the Illinois Cooperative Leadership project in Illinois to help build more learner-centered schools. With Lynn Murray, his collaboration began in 1993 in a study of her leadership in a suburban district in Vermont and she has consulted with both authors helping to build a new organizational structure and planning process in a large urban Midwestern school district. He teaches courses on moral and distributive leadership, and organizational change at Indiana University.

Lauren P. Hoffman is Assistant Professor of Education at Lewis University . After a 27 year career as a practicing speech and language specialist, supervisor, professional development specialist, and assistant director of special education in two large suburban Chicago cooperatives, Dr. Hoffman joined the faculty at Lewis University and also serves as an Visiting Professor at Indiana University . She co-developed and co-directs the TECnet project that focuses school teams building unified systems to support all students. In addition she consults with school districts and school teams on issues related to curriculum, instruction, and assessment and has recently completed a new manual on Linking IEPs to State Learning Standards (2002). She has applied her Fritz training in Michigan , Illinois , and Indiana school districts over the past four years. She has published an article with Professor Burrello for the Education Administrative Quarterly on Fosters (1989) critical leadership theory based upon her work in Michigan . She is currently helping to develop Lewiss new doctoral studies in leadership and is teaching courses on development and learning, instructional strategies, and performance-based assessment.

Lynn E. Murray is the Principal Investigator on an Instructional Leadership and Comprehensive School Reform project and the former Co-director of the Vermont Teacher Quality Project both housed at the Vermont Institutes in Montpelier , Vermont . She recently collaborated with her colleagues in the Teacher Quality Project in the publication of the Vermont Field Guide to Educator Mentoring. For the past 30 years, she has served as principal of both a large suburban K-8 elementary and middle school and a smaller rural elementary school, served as a director of special education, and Vermont state department consultant and grant writer, Professor of Education and Chair of Teacher Education at Trinity College , Burlington , Vermont . She co-developed and co-directed the first Northeast Regional Resource Center that served New England , New York and the Puerto Rico , and was a member of the research and development staff of the Northeast Regional Lab. She has studied intensively with Robert Fritz for the past three years, and is an experienced trainer for his organization. nbsp; nbsp;

Dedication
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Stories of School Transformation
Advancing a Model for Change
Understanding Structural Conflict: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same
Developing Shared Purposes and Principles
Building Democratic Community in a Diverse Society
Building Instructional Program Coherence
Advancing the Work of Leaders
References
Glossary
Index

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