Asking the Right Question. has been added to your Cart. Gives a multitude of techniques for collaborative planning and preparing for change. This is an exceptional resource for school leaders to read and reflect o. (Regina S. Birdsell, Assistant Executive Director 2008-02-19).
Asking the Right Question.
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.
The additional examples, illustrations, and stories provide the user of the material with a cachet of new information and applications. This book′s practical content provides down-to-earth information and guidance for conducting the day-to-day work of school change and improvement, in the attempt to make schools more effective.
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Chapter 2, "Asking the Right Questions," presents critical questions regarding five stages of school improvement: preparation, focus, diagnosis, plan development, and oring. Chapter 3, "Answering the 'Where Are We Now?' Question," discusses ways to use data on student achievement, perceptual data, and the need to clarify roles and responsibilities. Chapter 4, "Answering the 'Where Do We Want to Go?' Question," applies the initiation, planning, and training stages of three models. Holcomb, Edie L. This work provides school change leaders with tools, techniques, tips, examples, illustrations, and stories about promoting school change.
Walmart 9781412962759. Chapters highlight the questions that educators need to address when implementing school change initiatives. The author builds on a highly successful framework with new questions to help shape practice and more thoroughly examine improvement plans. Additional enhancements include: Innovative strategies to facilitate teamwork and change. Additional examples of change scenarios from the field.
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Asking the Right Questions: Techniques for Collaboration and School Change. Nine Characteristics Resource List Page 16 4. High levels of collaboration and communication There is strong teamwork among teachers across all grades and with other staff
Asking the Right Questions: Techniques for Collaboration and School Change. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. High levels of collaboration and communication There is strong teamwork among teachers across all grades and with other staff. Everybody is involved and connected to each other, including parents and members of the community, to identify problems and work on solutions.