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ERIC Number: ED520587
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011
Pages: 296
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-978-1-4331-1292-8
ISSN: N/A
Teacher Leadership: The "New" Foundations of Teacher Education--A Reader. Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education, Volume 408
Hilty, Eleanor Blair, Ed.
Peter Lang New York
Over the past two decades, numerous textbooks have been published on teacher leadership; however, this is the only volume that provides a definitive overview of the scholarship and writing being done in the field of teacher leadership. This book introduces the reader to the scholarship of over 35 authors, and thus, becomes an essential tool needed to guide any meaningful discussion of the changing roles and responsibilities of teachers. As an important component of revisioned teacher education programs and most current state standards for teacher licensure, teacher leadership is emerging as a central theme in all foundations of education classes. This book acknowledges the important role of teacher leadership in the reform of schools and discusses teacher leadership within the context of teachers' work. Organized around six key topics, the book explores the many facets of teacher leadership and examines the impact of teacher leadership on school culture, student learning, professional learning communities and 21st century schools. Additional references and website links are also provided. Contents of this book include: (1) Introduction (Eleanor Blair Hilty); (2) Understanding Teacher Leadership (Marilyn Katzenmeyer and Gayle Moller); (3) Teacher Leader (Roland S. Barth); (4) What Does Leadership Capacity Really Mean? (Linda Lambert ); (5) On the Frontier of School Reform with Trailblazers, Pioneers, and Settlers (Phillip C. Schlechty); (6) Teacher Leadership vs. School Management: Flatten the Hierarchies (Monica Coyle); (7) How Leaders Influence the Culture of Schools (Kent D. Peterson and Terrence E. Deal); (8) Growing Teacher Leaders in a Culture of Excellence (Linda Searby and Lisa Shaddix); (9) Heroes, Teams, and Teachers: A Study of Leadership for Change (Marjorie F. Heller and William A. Firestone); (10) Leadership for Student Learning: Redefining the Teacher as Leader; (11) Teachers, Learners, Leaders (Ann Lieberman); (12) Teacher Leadership: Alive and Thriving at the Elementary Level (Sherry Willis); (13) Teacher Leadership in High Schools: How Principals Encourage It, How Teachers Practice It; (14) Teachers Talk About Teaming and Leadership in Their Work (Sharon Conley and Donna E. Muncey); (15) A Pedagogy of Collective Action and Reflection: Preparing Teachers for Collective School Leadership (Joseph Kahne and Joel Westheimer); (16) Professional Learning Communities: A Bandwagon, an Idea Worth Considering or Our Best Hope for High Levels of Learning? (Richard DuFour); (17) Teacher Leadership Continuum: How Principals Develop and Support Teacher Leaders (Ann S. Allen and Kathleen Topolka-Jorissen); (18) Turning Good Teachers into Great Leaders (Terry K. Dozier); (19) The Search for Teacher Leaders (Meena Wilson); (20) Inch by Inch, Row by Row: Growing Capacity for Teacher Leadership (Mary Jean Ronan Herzog and Emily Brumley Abernathy); (21) Educating School Leaders for Social Justice (Nelda Cambron-McCabe and Martha M. McCarthy); (22) Overcoming the Obstacles to Leadership (Susan Moore Johnson and Morgaen L. Donaldson); (23) Preparing Teachers for Leadership Roles in the 21st Century (Julie A. Sherrill); (24) Teachers as Leaders: Collaborative Leadership for Learning Communities (Pamela S. Angelle); (25) A Model of Power as Social Relationships: Teacher Leaders Describe the Phenomena of Effective Agency in Practice (Michele Acker-Hocevar and Debra Touchton); (26) Exploring New Approaches to Teacher Leadership for School Improvement (Mark A. Smylie, Sharon Conley and Helen M. Marks); and (27) Conclusion: "Leading Against the Grain": Redefining Teacher Leadership in the 21st Century (Eleanor Blair Hilty). [Foreword by David Gabbard.]
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Opinion Papers
Education Level: Elementary Education; Elementary Secondary Education; High Schools; Secondary Education
Audience: Students
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A