7 edition of Leading the self-managing school found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-216) and index.
|Statement||Brian J. Caldwell and Jim M. Spinks.|
|Series||Education policy perspectives|
|Contributions||Spinks, Jim M.|
|LC Classifications||LB2805 .C23 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 231 p. :|
|Number of Pages||231|
|ISBN 10||1850006563, 1850006571|
|LC Control Number||92008253|
The Self-Managing School by Brian J. Caldwell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Among his recent books are Moral Leadership (), Building Community in Schools (), Leadership for the Schoolhouse (), The Lifeworld of Leadership: Creating Culture, Community, and Personal Meaning in Our Schools (), Supervision: A Redefinition (), and Strengthening the Heartbeat: Leading and Learning Together in Schools ().Reviews: 1.
He is author or co-author of books that helped guide educational reform in several countries, most notably the trilogy on self-managing schools: The Self-Managing School (), Leading the Self-Managing School () and Beyond the Self-Managing School (). He is a director and Deputy Chair of the Board of the Australian Council for. Expanding system leadership 11 Beyond the self-managing school 12 Conditions of a sustainable self-improving system 13 Towards a mature self-improving system 20 and Spinks’s The self-managing school, also published in Significantly, this second half of the s gave birth to the school improvement movement.
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Our concern in Part B is the leader’s role in the self-managing school. In Chapter 4 we dealt with cultural leadership and the manner in which the leader works with Author: Brian J. Caldwell, Jim M. Spinks.
Leading the self-managing school. [Brian Caldwell; Jim M Spinks] -- This work is a sequel to The Self-Managing Schooland deals with leadership responsibilities on two levels - as head of a school responsible for local management and as a director in a Local Education.
Leading the Self-Managing School. Caldwell, Brian J.; Spinks, Jim M. This book focuses on the requirements for leadership in self-managing schools. It contains 9 chapters divided among 3 main parts. The first part is entitled "A New Context and a Refined Model for Self-Management."Cited by: This work is a sequel to The Self-Managing School and deals with leadership responsibilities on two levels - as head of a school responsible for loca management and as a director in a Local Education Authority responsible.
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a framework for guiding leaders in self-managing schools. Part B, entitled "Leadership in the Self-Managing School," contains chapterswhich illustrate leadership strategies based on the revised model. Chapter k discusses cultural leadership and the role of the leader in creating and sustaining a culture of excellence.
A model. Twenty-five years after their book The Self-Managing School was published, the authors explore what has happened since then in the design and implementation of self-managing schools, and consider future possibilities. They also discuss why student achievement has improved in some nations while flat-lining in others – notably Australia and.
The book spans fifty years, beginning with Caldwell and Spinks’ ground-breaking work The Self-Managing School which advocated innovative approaches that are now accepted as preferred practice, before offering a prognosis and plan for the future. It was a perfect complement to our work on the self-managing school.
In this Second Edition, the concept of the Intelligent School is expanded and the different kinds of intelligences are carefully explained and illustrated. The authors are able to draw on more than five years of implementation in the field and further and broader work in the.
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