Power of Protocols An Educator's Guide to Better Practice

ISBN-10: 0807754595
ISBN-13: 9780807754597
Edition: 3rd
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Edition: 3rd
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Publication date: 8/19/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 6.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.638

The use of protocols has quickly spread from conferences and workshops to everyday school and university settings. Now in its third edition, this perennial bestseller features substantial updates that take into account recent developments in the field of facilitative leadership. The authors have also added eleven totally new protocols, including the "Peer Review Protocol" and "Looking at Student Work with Equity in Mind." This essential teaching and professional development tool includes: step-by-step descriptions of how educators can use protocols to study together, work on problems of practice, teach well, and explore students' work, explanations of the particular purpose of each protocol, discussions of the value that educators have found in using them, and helpful tips for facilitators, a free supplement on the Teachers College Press website with "Abbreviated Protocols" that can be downloaded and customized to suit each facilitator's needs.

Joseph P. McDonald�is professor of teaching and learning at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University. He is the author or coauthor of many books, including, most recently,�Going Online with Protocols�and�Going to Scale with New School Designs.

Nancy L. Mohr has published extensively. She has written with newspapers and magazines, been active in land planning/conservation, agricultural preservation and community planning with more than dozen years with Chester County's Planning Commission. She has several books and many broadly disseminated reports to her credit. As Chester County 2020's President/CEO, her particular passion was this nonprofit organization that seeks to engage residents in determining the future of their communities rather than letting it "just happen." Guest columns and commentaries appeared frequently in southeastern Pennsylvania publications.BooksThe Lady Blows A Horn. 1996. A biography of Nancy Penn Smith Hannum, granddaughter of railroad magnate, E.H. Harriman, niece of Averill Harriman, and legendary Master of Foxhounds. (3 editions: 1995, 1997, Commemorative Edition 2011)Uncommon Women Together- Generations Apart. 2010. Joan W. Ripley & Nancy L. Mohr. A time capsule of life in the early 1950's that moves to 2004-2005 where it presents the time-separated view of life in a women's college. Through the lenses of carefully preserved diaries, letters, postcards, college archives, personal recollections, small group discussion sessions, videotaping, and mail surveys, this book illuminates the experiences of the Mount Holyoke women and the changing nature of American society.The Farmhouse. 2002The Barn. 2001The Log Home. 2001 Articles: Smithsonian; Philadelphia Inquirer; Countryside (Hearst); House Beautiful; The Hunt; Art & Antiques; Ladies Home Journal; Town & Country; others....

Preface to the Third Edition
Acknowledgments
Basic Practices
Learning Through Constraints
Educating Ourselves
Learning from Close Textual Analysis
Practicing Transparency
What the Research Says
Facilitating
Significance of The Facilitator's Core Tasks
The Facilitator's Moves
Brief Protocols
Postcards
All-Purpose Go-Round
Clearing
Pair-Share
Reflection on a Word
Longer Openers
Fears and Hopes
Protocol for Setting Norms
Provocative Prompts
Marvin's Model
Working on Practice
Tuning Protocol
Consultancy
Descriptive Consultancy
Issaquah Coaching Protocol
Peeling the Onion
Success Analysis Protocol
Stuff and Vision Protocol
Peer Review Protocol (Online)
Working for Change
What Comes Up
Standards in Practice
Minnesota Slice
Shadow Protocol
Do What You Mean to Do
New Design Protocol
School Visit Protocol
What Do We Know? What Do We Suspect? What Do We Need to Find Out?
Working with Texts
Collaborative Assessment Conference
Final Word
Jigsaw Protocol
Panel Protocol
Mars/Venus Protocol
Text Rendering Protocol (Video Version)
Art Feedback Protocols
Rich Text Protocol
Working Toward Equity
Diversity Rounds
Constructivist Listening Dyad
Cosmopolitan Protocol
The Paseo or Circles of Identity
Looking at Data Protocol
Equity Protocol
Looking at Student Work (with Equity in Mind)
Conclusion: Jumping In
Ways to Get Started
Things That Make It Easier
References
Index
About the Authors

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