5 edition of The SAGE Handbook of Educational Leadership found in the catalog.
October 19, 2004 by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||632|
En Vasquez, A. In Blankstein, A. Teachers and Educational Reform. In a further departure of transactional leadership, Shields pushes beyond the theory by introducing transformative leadership as a style more inclusive of leadership for social justice and more appropriate for culturally and linguistically diverse contexts. Ronald C.
In Sancho, J. This Handbook is a leading source of ideas and information. As a result, theories of leadership can be considered emergent, dynamic, and subject to further evolution. Spillane, James P. This eBook is not available in your country. Additionally, this article provides historical and philosophical foundations, general overviews, conceptual frameworks, supporting literature on large data sets, and multiple complementary international perspectives of the theories considered.
In Bascia, N. Selected handbooks and textbooks serve to bring together all of the aspects covered in this entry in single volumes from a variety of worldviews and perspectives. In Harris, A. Transformative leadership: Working for equity in diverse contexts. Contemporary issues in educational leadership.
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West-Burnham, John. In Hammersley, M. London: Pearson Education. Effective leadership involves sensitivity to context and to social justice, civi It is an ideal text for graduate courses, in which students and professors will find cutting-edge research and alternative modes of thinking, offering a perspective unmatched by any other single source.
English and 30 renowned authors boldly address the most fundamental and contested issues in the field, including culturally relevant and distributed leadership; critical policy and practice issues predicting the new century's conflict; the paradox of changes; and the promises, paradoxes, and pitfalls of standards for educational leaders.
In Adelman, N. This handbook is sure to be a pivotal resource in the restructuring of courses and curricula in departments and schools of education well into the 21st century, as well as a powerful guide to reframing issues of practice in educational settings.
Wright The very many definitions of mentoring and coaching demand an evidence base to assist with understanding the convergence and distinctions between these concepts, and with situating them in relation to learning. Issues of Teaching and Learning Jeffrey A. The handbook consists of the following parts: Multiple Lenses of Democratic Leadership explores the intellectual 'sweep' of the notion of leadership; Management, Organization, and Law presents views of leadership that reflect contemporary research regarding the superintendency and principalship, including strains in current school leadership issues; Educational Politics and Policy presents and analyzes the major international, federal, and state initiatives impacting educational leadership today; and, Theories of Leadership and Research Problems and Practices explores the nature of research regarding leadership and the large body of work on management and managerial practices.
Poston, Jr. London: Routledge, Resourcefulness: Restraint and Renewal. Russo, University of Dayton 5. In Kesidou, A.
He teaches courses in nonparametric statistics and the philosophy of science and statistics. Avolio, Bruce J. Lackney, University of Wisconsin-Madison Therefore, this article includes a representative sampling of influential textbooks, handbooks, journals, and relevant literature as exemplars of sources to explain, illuminate, introduce, interrogate, and evaluate a variety of educational leadership theories.
Lugg 3. Leadership Quarterly Beachum 2. Fink, Dean. It is designed to set the stage for conceptual framing of educational leadership theories through a deeper consideration of the theme. Contributions on educational leadership styles provide reference points from which to begin a deeper consideration of theories of educational leadership.
As the primary text for the starting course of a doctoral program, the text was overwhelming at first. Bogotch 1. Two of these cases led to landmark decisions by the U. Transformative leadership: Working for equity in diverse contexts.
In this article, educational leadership is the professional practice of a leader or leaders in an administrative role s working with, guiding, and influencing educators in a particular context toward improving learning and other educational processes in early childhood education centers and in elementary, secondary, and postsecondary institutions.
Teaching and Leading on the Sharp Edge of Change. General Overview of Educational Leadership Styles and Related Theories While literature on educational leadership styles and related leadership theories has been contested by scholars in works such as Spillane, et al.need to be well prepared, trained and developed.
This book deals with the topic of how educational leaders are, and perhaps might be, prepared and developed for their crucial roles. No author can be better qualified to write such a book than Tony Bush, one of the leading researchers and writers on educational leadership, especially in.
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English] on atlasbowling.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This fully updated Second Edition offers an unflinching and comprehensive overview of the full range of both practical and theoretical issues facing educational leadership atlasbowling.com: $ Leadership preparation tends to focus on teaching educators to become administrators rather than teacher leaders.
This innovative sourcebook is designed to redress the balance. Based on a thorough review of current literature, A Handbook for Teacher Leaders guides readers through the leadership skills and strategies they will require. Issues. Educational Leadership Program The Sage Colleges Student Handbook contains detailed information about on-campus organizations and events, policies and procedures, and key services available to students.
Download the Student Handbook; Office of Student Conduct. The nature of inquiry in educational leadership / Michelle D. Young, Gerardo R. López The development of leadership thought and practice in the United States / Gary M.
Crow, Margaret Grogan Leading in the midst of diversity: the challenge of our times / Carolyn M. Shields, Anish Sayani.