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  • ISBN 067478037X
  • ISBN13 978-0674780378
  • Language English
  • Author Roland S. Barth
  • Publisher Harvard University Press (January 1, 1985)
  • Pages 268
  • Formats azw mobi lit lrf
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1623 kb
  • Size Fb2 1149 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 268

Roland Barth believes that there is a way to create a school which, instead of insisting upon uniformity, builds upon diversity among students, teachers, and teaching styles. Unlike many educational theorists, Barth has had ample opportunity to test his beliefs during his many years as an elementary school principal. Run School Run is the chronicle of his theory in action, a nuts-and-bolts study of one school’s rocky but ultimately quite successful transition toward pluralist education.

For Barth, the case against an elementary education that is uniform in content and method is clear-cut: teacher abilities differ radically, and so do student needs. In the pluralist school, the problem is to find ways to put this variety to good use. Barth shows that the solution is essentially a matter of organization; he sets up a principal’s blueprint that offers teachers more control over curriculum content, teaching materials and methods, and composition of classes, in a way that ensures an educational coherence for each student.

Run School Run is a rich, readable account, a how-to book as well as a personal reminiscence on the initiation and administration of an environment in which teaching and learning are allowed to take on shapes of their own design.


Roland Barth believes that there is a way to create a school which, instead of insisting upon uniformity, builds upon diversity among students, teachers, and teaching styles

Roland Barth believes that there is a way to create a school which, instead of insisting upon uniformity, builds upon diversity among students, teachers, and teaching styles. Unlike many educational theorists, Barth has had ample opportunity to test is beliefs during his many years as an elementary school principle.

Run School Run is the chronicle of his theory in action, a nuts-and-bolts study of one school’s rocky but ultimately quite successful transition toward pluralist education. For Barth, the case against an elementary education that is uniform in content and method is clear-cut: teacher abilities differ radically, and so do student needs

Roland Barth believes that there is a way to create a school which, instead of insisting upon uniformity, builds upon diversity among students, teachers, and teaching styles.

Roland Barth believes that there is a way to create a school which, instead of insisting upon uniformity, builds upon diversity among students, teachers, and teaching styles. Unlike many educational theorists, Barth has had ample opportunity to test his beliefs during his many years as an elementary school principal.

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A decade after publication of his best-selling book, Barth returns to the schoolhouse. Drawing from a career committed to building schools rich in community, learning, and leadership, he shows how to. Drawing from a career committed to building schools rich in community, learning, and leadership, he shows how t. More). Improving Schools from Within: Teachers, Parents, and Principals Can Make the Difference. A crisis of confidence adversaries within the schoolhouse becoming colleagues building a community of learners teachers as learners principals as learners learning to lead practice into prose between.

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Run School Run is the chronicle of his theory in action, a nuts-and-bolts study of one school rocky but ultimately quite successful transition toward pluralist education. Roland Barth believes that there is a way to create a school which, instead of insisting upon uniformity, builds upon diversity among students, teachers, and teaching styles.

Run School Run. Leila Sussmann, "Run School Run. Roland Barth," American Journal of Education 89, no. 4 (Au. 1981): 432-433.

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