Leading Every Day: 124 Actions for Effective Leadership by SAGE Publications Inc (Hardback, 2006)
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- Description'Leading Every Day: 124 Actions for Effective Leadership, Second Edition underscores the cumulative effects of particular day-to-day leadership acts as practiced throughout the organization. The kinds of actions recommended by the authors of this practical and valuable book shape the school community and nurture a commitment to continuous improvement matter how challenging the environment in which a school resides.' -Dennis Sparks, Executive Director, National Staff Development Council 'The new edition is an indispensable resource for the practiced leader!(with) contemplations that can guide, inform and challenge all school leaders' thinking and ...moral ethical actions. With the investment of just a few minutes each day, the reader can have an in-depth consideration of why we do this work.' -Randall B. Lindsey, Director, Education Leadership Doctorate Program, California Lutheran University 'Among the plethora of resources on leadership, this book stands out for its simple, profound way of connecting personal reflections on leadership to the actual work of leaders to improve teaching and learning.It is a must-have resource for anyone committed to leading, supporting, and sustaining research-based and data-informed improvements in education. ' -Page Keeley, Senior Science Program Director, Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance Inspire the leader in you and positively influence the people around you! As our society faces more complex challenges, the demand for effective leadership grows. Leaders, especially education leaders, often need to solve complicated problems quickly with limited resources. Understanding their own leadership styles, roles, and practices enhances the impact that leaders have every day. In this follow-up to their best-selling 2003 NSDC Book of the Year, the authors provide four full months of contemplations centered on the major areas in which leaders work. Leading Every Day offers direction on providing high-quality leadership amid turbulent times. Modeling the philosophy that leadership exists in all of us, the authors inspire educators to lead in big and small ways.This second edition offers: Inspirational stories illustrating effective leadership Cogent quotations for educators to carry with them each day Actionable advice that can be implemented today Invitations for larger discourse that can change the lives of leaders and the lives of those they lead The latest research on best practices in leadership, change, professional development, and group leadership Exploring leadership and leadership potential is an important step for everyone. This book highlights a path of exploration for veteran and aspiring leaders alike.
- Author BiographyJoyce Kaser is a Senior Program Associate in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Program at WestEd. She has extensive experience in program evaluation, primarily the evaluation of STEM programs. She has served as a team member for the development of two frameworks for the National Assessment of Educational Progress: Science, 2009 and Technology and Engineering Literacy, 2014. Joyce also led the development of the background variables for students, teachers, and administrators participating in NAEP and was co-lead of the standard setting for the NAEP 2009 science project. Joyce has had numerous experiences in evaluating STEM professional development, including co-developing an external validation system for professional development and student enrichment programs. She is first author of , also published by Corwin. Joyce has been the facilitator for the New Mexico Secretary of Education's Math and Science Advisory Council and has evaluated National Science Foundation educational outreach projects. Prior to joining WestEd, Joyce directed the Washington, D.C. office of The NETWORK, a research and development organization, headed up an equity assistance center, and served as a district administrator and high school teacher. Currently she is involved in research of mathematics and science programs, looking specifically at learning progressions in science, computer-based tutoring systems, and program implementation. She holds an EdD from The American University. Susan Mundry is currently deputy director of Learning Innovations at WestEd and the associate director of WestEd's Mathematics, Science, and Technology Program. She directs several national or regional projects focused on improving educational practice and oversees the research and evaluation projects of Learning Innovations. She is codirector of a research study examining the distribution of highly qualified teachers in New York and Maine for the Northeast & Islands Regional Education Laboratory and is the project codirector for the evaluation of the Intel Mathematics Initiative, a professional development program for elementary and middle grades teachers aimed at increasing student outcomes in mathematics. She is also a Principal Investigator for two National Science Foundation projects that are developing products to promote the use of research-based practice in science and mathematics. Since 2000, Mundry has codirected the National Academy for Science and Mathematics Education Leadership, which provides educational leaders with training and technical assistance on professional development design, leading educational change, group facilitation, data analysis and use, and general educational leadership, as well as access to research-based information to improve teaching and learning. Building on this work, she provides technical assistance to several large urban schools districts engaged in enhancing leadership and improving math and science programs. As a senior research associate for the National Institute for Science Education (1997-2000), Mundry conducted research on attributes of effective professional development. She served on the national evaluation team for the study of the Eisenhower Professional Development program led by the American Institutes for Research, where she worked on the development of national survey instruments and the protocols for case studies. From 1982 to 1997, Mundry served in many roles from staff developer to associate director at The NETWORK, Inc., a research and development organization focused on organizational change and dissemination of promising education practice. There, she managed the work of the National Center for Improving Science Education and the Center for Effective Communication, provided technical assistance to schools on issues of equity and desegregation, oversaw national dissemination programs, and co-developed the Change Game, (Making Change for School Improvement) a simulation game that enha
- PublisherSAGE Publications Inc
- Date of Publication28/03/2006
- SubjectEducation & Teaching
- Place of PublicationThousand Oaks
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCorwin Press Inc
- Out-of-print date13/03/2015
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight735 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Edited byJoyce S. Kaser,Katherine E. Stiles,Susan E. Mundry,Susan Loucks-Horsley
- Edition Statement2nd Revised edition
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