'Dr. Martin-Kniep's ability to capture and share the work of professional learning will inspire you to envision the formation of your own learning communities. 'Designing and distributing thoughtfulness' takes shape as you read Communities that Learn, Lead, and Last through authentic examples and models to helping you to invite colleagues into the critical work of developing meaningful learning communities.'
Anne Smith, principal, Cutchogue East Elementary School, New York
'This book is a must read for everyone who is passionate about teaching and learning! Within its pages, Giselle O. Martin-Kniep cites actual practice and offers a wide array of unique tools to make the compelling case that sustainable student achievement can occur when faculty are provided opportunities to learn, lead, and innovate collaboratively.'
Mark Levine, principal, P.S. 24, Bronx, New York
'The power of collegiality vibrates from the pages of this book. A must read for anyone who feels that teaching and learning in isolation is no longer an option.'
Wanda Alsheimer, second grade teacher,Wayland-Cohocton Central School, Cohocton, New York
'Giselle O. Martin-Kniep's latest book provides specific tools for assessing and promoting the readiness of learning organizations to support ongoing and sustainable student and adult learning. Given the challenges of our current educational system, this book is a critical resource for all educators that seek to build professional learning communities that learn, lead, and last!'Dr. Charlene Jordan, Empowerment Schools,New York City Department of Education
'School administrators will benefit from this how-to guide for establishing and operationalizing professional learning communities that harness the collective expertise of educators. The personal insights, strategies, and research-based tools that Giselle O. Martin-Kniep shares in this book will enable educators to build educational communities that learn, lead, and last. Unpack this toolkit and get ready to realize the full potential of your school.'
Edward J. Zero, district superintendent and executive director,Eastern Suffolk BOCES, Patchogue, New York
Co-published with Communities for Learning: Leading Lasting Change?
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Ano da edição||2007|
|Número de Páginas||240|