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Self renewing schools where students and staff are involved in ongoing inquiry has long since been an ideal in education. However, this goal has not proved readily achievable. The authors of this book regard this as a challenge which can be confronte … weiterlesen
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Titel: New Structure of School Improvement
Autor/en: Bruce R. Joyce, Joyce, David Hopkins

ISBN: 0335202942
EAN: 9780335202942
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
OPEN UNIV PR

Mai 1999 - kartoniert - 274 Seiten

Beschreibung

Self renewing schools where students and staff are involved in ongoing inquiry has long since been an ideal in education. However, this goal has not proved readily achievable. The authors of this book regard this as a challenge which can be confronted positively, believing that enough knowledge exists to develop a fresh structure of school improvement - and one which is likely to succeed. The book draws upon the considerable body of research on successful and unsuccessful school improvement programs to generate a practical strategy for school improvement that can be used by schools, school districts and local education authorities, and policymakers with a high probability of success. The heart of the strategy is an inquiry process centered on the continuous study of student learning and the creation and study of initiatives to enhance student achievement in academic, personal and social domains. The school as a workplace is altered dramatically with the inclusion of study time for teachers, continuous staff development and the organization of a governance structure which includes school staff, parents, community agencies, business partners and local district or education authority personnel.

This timely and important book is vital reading for anyone with an interest in improving schools and the quality of education today.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction
Part one: Creating the school as a centre of enquiry: searching for a new structure
Building the evolutionary school
looking for success in research and experience
Centering the school on student learning
imagining the possibilities
Studying evolving schools
watching the process
Part two: Elaborating the hypotheses: the detail work of school improvement
Establishing the responsible parties
organizing the decision-making community
Informing, informing and informing
conducting education the action research way
Embedding staff development
living in a state of learning
Connecting to the knowledge base
finding curricular and instructional options
Part three: Refining, renovating and redesigning: taking steps large and small
Refining
thinking through sets of changes
Renovating
changing a dimension of the learning environment
Redesigning the Pembroke school
unfolding an evolutionary state
Part four: Policy-making for school renewal: Making the context through National, State and LEA policy
Supporting evolution
working at a distance from the school
Reforming reform
renewing the Local Education Authority
References
Index.

Portrait

David Hopkins is the inaugural HSBC Chair in International Leadership, International arm of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust and the Leadership Centre at the Institute of Education, University of London. Between 2002 and 2005 he served three Secretary of States as the Chief Adviser on School Standards at the Department for Education and Skills. Previously, he was Chair of the Leicester City Partnership Board and Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Nottingham. David is also an International Mountain Guide who still climbs regularly in the Alps and Himalayas. He has previously outlined his views on teaching quality, school improvement and large scale reform in Hopkins D. (2001) School Improvement for Real, Routledge / Falmer and Hopkins D (2007) Every School a Great School, Open University Press.
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