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The Collaborative Teacher: Working Together As Aprofessional Learning Community [Paperback-2008]
Cassandra Erkens
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Publisher: Solution Tree Press | ISBN: 9781934009369 | Pages: 232

The time of exclusive top-down leadership is over! Only teachers can transform education from inside the classroom, and this book defines best practices of collaborative teacher leadership. Specific techniques, supporting research, expert insight, and real classroom stories illustrate how to work together for student learning, create a guaranteed and viable curriculum, and use data to inform instruction. Benefits: Define and implement best practices for collaborative teacher leadership in a PLC. Discover how to work together for student learning and how to create a guaranteed and viable curriculum. Explore the many ways data can be utilized to inform instruction. Use common assessments to bridge the gap between teaching and learning. Contents: Foreword by Rebecca DuFour Introduction by Richard DuFour Part One: Working Together for Student Learning Chapter 1: The New Teacher Leader: Transforming Education From Inside the Classroom Chapter 2: Creating Intentional Collaboration Chapter 3: Teacher Talk: How Collaboration Gets to the Heart of Great Schools Part Two: Creating a Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum Chapter 4: Too Much to Teach: How to Identify What Matters Most Chapter 5: Instructional Improvement From the Inside Out: Lesson Study at Work Chapter 6: Connecting Curriculum Mapping to Assessment for Learning Part Three: Using Data to Reach All Students Chapter 7: Teaching in the Dark Chapter 8: Common Assessments: Bridging the Gap Between Teaching and Learning Chapter 9: An Integrated Response to Learning: Eight Strategies That Work Epilogue: A New Era of Spectacular Teachers

About the Author

Cassandra Erkens is a presenter, facilitator, coach, trainer of trainers, keynote speaker, author, and above all, a teacher. She presents nationally and internationally on assessment, instruction, school improvement, and professional learning communities. Chris Jakicic, EdD, an author and a consultant, was principal of Woodlawn Middle School in Illinois from 1999 to 2007. She began her career teaching middle school science. Lillie G. Jessie has provided award-winning leadership throughout her 17-year tenure as principal of Elizabeth Vaughan Elementary School in Woodbridge, Virginia. Her innovative, proactive approach has raised the school to unprecedented levels of success. Dennis King, EdD, is an assistant professor of education in the doctoral program at Baker University in Kansas. A consultant, he has served in multiple roles, from classroom teacher to assistant superintendent of school improvement. Sharon V. Kramer, PhD, is a leader in the field, emphasizing the importance of creating and using quality assessments as a continual part of the learning process. Dr. Kramer served as assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction of Kildeer Countryside School District 96 in Illinois. Thomas W. Many, EdD, works with teachers, administrators, school boards, parents, and other education stakeholders on organizational leadership, implementation and change, and Professional Learning Communities at Work™ strategies and concepts.

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