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This third edition of a bestseller draws on the authors' two decades of experience in studying and observing the work of teacher leaders. Marilyn Katzenmeyer and Gayle Moller expand on the definition of leadership and its importance in improving outcomes in schools, and cover the careerlong development of teacher leaders from preservice preparation programs through ongoing support for veteran teacher leaders.
Table of Contents
|About the Authors||p. xiii|
|Understanding Teacher Leadership||p. 1|
|Teacher Leadership Emerges||p. 3|
|Definition of Teacher Leadership||p. 5|
|Three Potential Teacher Leaders||p. 12|
|Readiness for Teacher Leadership||p. 14|
|Who Is Responsible?||p. 15|
|Application Challenges||p. 21|
|Promoting Teacher Leadership||p. 23|
|Rationale for Teacher Leadership||p. 24|
|Benefits of Teacher Leadership||p. 31|
|Teacher Leadership Assumptions||p. 34|
|Application Challenges||p. 40|
|Developing Teacher Leaders||p. 43|
|Professional Development for Teacher Leaders||p. 46|
|Leadership Development for Teachers||p. 49|
|A Development Model for Teacher Leadership||p. 58|
|Application Challenges||p. 61|
|Understanding Myself and Others as Teachers and Leaders||p. 65|
|Teacher Uniqueness||p. 67|
|Reluctant Learners and Leaders||p. 76|
|Acknowledging Diversity||p. 78|
|Application Challenges||p. 81|
|Building a Culture That Supports Teacher Leadership||p. 83|
|Dimensions of School Culture||p. 85|
|Relationships Among Adults in the School||p. 90|
|Organizational Structure||p. 92|
|Actions of the Principal||p. 94|
|Application Challenges||p. 98|
|Influencing Others Through Teacher Leadership||p. 101|
|Influence With Instructional Competence||p. 102|
|How Teachers Influence||p. 103|
|Influencing Strategies||p. 105|
|Teacher Leader Action in Schools||p. 112|
|Application Challenges||p. 116|
|Emerging Teacher Leadership and Its Challenges||p. 119|
|Evolution of Teacher Leadership||p. 120|
|Many Faces of Teacher Leadership||p. 121|
|Challenges for Teacher Leaders||p. 125|
|Application Challenges||p. 135|
|Building a Future for Teacher Leadership||p. 139|
|Teacher Leadership in the Future||p. 141|
|Teacher Leader Concerns||p. 146|
|Teacher Leaders as Advocates for Change||p. 156|
|A Resource for Teacher Leadership: Philosophy of Education Inventory© (PEI©)||p. 159|
|Teacher Leadership School Survey (TLSS)||p. 189|
|Time for Teacher Leadership||p. 195|
|Teacher Leadership Books, Instruments, and Organizations||p. 203|
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