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Teacher-Led School Improvement

by Judith Durrant

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by RoutledgeFalmer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organization & management of education,
  • Teacher training,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Educational Policy & Reform,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Education / General,
  • Action research in education,
  • Case studies,
  • Great Britain,
  • School improvement programs,
  • Teacher participation in admin,
  • Teacher participation in administration

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9742241M
    ISBN 100750708700
    ISBN 109780750708708

    The article begins with a rationale for teacher-led development work, centring on the concept of teacher agency as key to school improvement. This is followed by an account of the developing methodology of the research, in which interviews with teachers leading development work are used to test a conceptualisation of impact. capacity of all teachers to engage in teacher-led development work, and the choice by teachers to contribute to school improvement. Teachers are fundamental to school improvement, as any improvement in teaching is reflected in student achievement, and this is the current measure of the success of a school. Fullan’s challenging book, ‘Change.

    Will Teacher-Led Schools Be An Improvement? The UFT Charter School in Brooklyn, N.Y. is an example. Although the school is operated by the United Federation of Teachers, two principals. Walk-Throughs for School Improvement. Dyrli, Kurt O. // District Administration;Apr, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p66 The article discusses the implementation of the program, Classroom Walk-through from the organization Teachspace in 10 charter schools in Genesee County, Michigan.

    The impetus for this programme came directly from a Hertfordshire school, Sir John Lawes School, where Jo Mylles, an Assistant Headteacher and MEd graduate, wished to use teacher-led development. This book explores how teacher leadership is an intrinsic and important part of school and classroom improvement. It investigates teacher leadership in action and considers the roles, responsibilities and influence of teachers who lead. It considers the implications of teacher leadership for teachers' professional development and focuses on ways in which this important form of leadership can.


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Teacher-Led School Improvement 1st Edition by Judith Durrant (Author), David Frost (Author), Michael Head (Author), & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. 1 School Improvement: The Centrality of Teacher-Led School Improvement book Teacher's Role 5 Beyond Staff Development: Relevance and Impact 14 Establishing School-University Partnerships for School Improvement 28 Reflective Action Planning: A Model for Teacher-Led School Improvement 42 Reflections on Collaborative Inquiry 66 Working with the Teacher-Led School Improvement book One.

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location : Judith Durrant, David Frost, Michael Head, Gary Holden. Introduction Improvement: The Centrality of the Teacher's Tale Staff Development: Relevance and Impact ishing School-University Partnerships for School Improvement tive Action Planning: A Model for Teacher-Led School Improvement tions on Collaborative Inquiry g with the Model: One School's Story.

Teacher led school improvement: Teacher leadership in the UK. Author links open overlay panel Daniel Muijs a Alma Harris b. Show more. However, we also need to be cautious about over-stating and over-claiming the relationship between teacher leadership and school and student level by: Introduction Improvement: The Centrality of the Teacher's Tale Staff Development: Relevance and Impact ishing School-University Partnerships for School Improvement tive Action Planning: A Model for Teacher-Led School Improvement tions on Collaborative Inquiry g with the Model: One School's Story Teacher as Change Agent:.

A fresh look at school improvement from the perspective of professional development. There are many things that teachers can do to improve the conditions for learning and teaching in their own schools.

This book shows how staff can take the initiative and identify areas in their school in need of attention, and tackle them. It provides case-study accounts of schemes in a number of schools.

Teacher-Led School Improvement on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Teacher-Led School ImprovementManufacturer: Routledge. leaders wanting to serve the school by taking part in the school-improvement group. Essentially, this practice gives teachers the opportunity to operate as joint and collaborative leaders.

In order to build capacity for instruc-tional knowledge and delivery, which ultimately will positively affect student achievement, there must be a system in.

Teacher leadership is increasingly being seen as a key vehicle for school improvement and renewal. However, research on this phenomenon is limited, especially outside of the US. This article presents findings from an empirical study of teacher leadership in the UK, aimed at exploring both the ways in which teacher leadership can influence school and teacher development, and what in-school.

Teacher-Led School Improvement. by Judith Durrant,David Frost,Michael Head,Gary Holden. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.

Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Taylor And Francis. Book Description. A fresh look at school improvement from the perspective of professional development. There are many things that teachers can do to improve the conditions for learning and teaching in their own schools.

This book shows how staff can take the initiative and identify areas in their school in need of attention, and tackle them. Teacher led school improvement: Teacher leadership in the UK Article in Teaching and Teacher Education 22(8) November with 4, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Additional resources for Teacher-Led School Improvement. Example text. It was intended that the HEI tutor and the teacher collaborator or in-school co-ordinator would make links with one another’s institutions so as to maintain an appropriate level of discourse and develop their mutual understanding.

Carrie Bakken, a program coordinator and teacher at the Avalon School in St. Paul, Minn., says that working at a teacher-led school gives her a greater sense of autonomy and opportunity. Teacher-Led School Improvement by Frost, D.

et al and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A culture that promotes teacher led improvement is key to establish an EL-centered improvement plan.

Buy Teacher-Led School Improvement by David Frost, Durrant Judith, Judith Durrant online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now. Introduction Improvement: The Centrality of the Teacher's Tale Staff Development: Relevance and Impact ishing School-University Partnerships for School Improvement tive Action Planning: A Model for Teacher-Led School Improvement tions on Collaborative Inquiry g with the Model: One School's Story Teacher as Change.

Judy Durrant works within the Centre for Education Leadership and School Improvement (CELSI), part of the Faculty of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University. She leads a Masters programme and consultancy supporting leadership of learning and school-based enquiry. Her current research focuses on teacher leadership, professionalism and school improvement.

A fresh look at school improvement from the perspective of professional development. There are many things that teachers can do to improve the conditions for learning and teaching in their own schools.

This book shows how staff can take the initiative and identify .The book demonstrates how secondary and primary teachers can contribute fully to the improvement of their school, while pursuing their own continued professional development and gaining accreditation through school-based work.The evaluation led to the book ‘Teacher Led School Improvement’ (Frost et al., ) in which the concept of teacher-led development work was explained.

(in this book) each of the following dimensions – collaboration, systematic inquiry, changing practice, professional learning, and documenting the process – are dealt.