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Beschreibung

Learn to Transform presents a philosophy, style and approach to school improvement and transformation that responds to schools' current needs and aspirations. It shows how schools in all settings, and at any stage of development, can be transformed by identifying strategies to enable them to move forward. The Learn to Transform approach: Enables any school to explore where they are now and where they might be Identifies factors that will act as catalysts and/or inhibitors for the transformation journey Uniquely combines content and process elements with key cultural dynamics to offer a means of assuring transformation is successful. This second edition tests, trials and takes forward the original model with case studies of successful transformation in a range of different contexts. Transformation can be realisable, attainable and sustainable - this book offers a framework for you to engage confidently with the transformation agenda and provides a range of examples to encourage and support you in creating your own transformation journey'.

Autorentext

David Crossley is an independent education consultant. His proven, yet innovative ideas derive from leading four very different schools, design of a major internationally validated raising achievement program involving 700 schools in England and work with many other outstanding school leaders and academics. He is committed to 'school-led system leadership' and the 'by schools for schools' approach. In addition to his work in the UK he has contributed to school improvement programmes in the USA and the Middle East and is regularly invited to speak at a range of conference in the UK and internationally.



Klappentext

Learn to Transform presents a philosophy, style and approach to school improvement and transformation that responds to schools' current needs and aspirations. It shows how schools in all settings, and at any stage of development, can be transformed by identifying strategies to enable them to move forward.

The Learn to Transform approach:
. Enables any school to explore where they are now and where they might be
. Identifies factors that will act as catalysts and/or inhibitors for the transformation journey
. Uniquely combines content and process elements with key cultural dynamics to offer a means of assuring transformation is successful.

This second edition tests, trials and takes forward the original model with case studies of successful transformation in a range of different contexts. Transformation can be realisable, attainable and sustainable - this book offers a framework for you to engage confidently with the transformation agenda and provides a range of examples to encourage and support you in creating your own 'transformation journey'.



Inhalt

1. The journey begins \ 2. Defining and creating the capacity for Transformation \ 3. The 'both... and...' of management and leadership \ 4. Leadership as Catalyst for Transformation \ 5. Introducing the Four Stages of School Transformation \ 6. The Fourth Stage of School Transformation \ 7. Learning 'how' to Transform: The Process Elements, Leadership and Cultural Dynamics \ 8. Learning how to transform - exploring, exemplifying and extrapolating our transformation model \ In Summary \ Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Learn to Transform
Untertitel: Developing a 21st century approach to sustainable school transformation
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EAN: 9781441188137
ISBN: 978-1-4411-8813-7
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Bloomsbury Usa
Genre: Pädagogik
Anzahl Seiten: 232
Veröffentlichung: 01.07.2010
Jahr: 2010
Untertitel: Englisch
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