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Author: John B. Diamond,Joseph F. Murphy,James P. Spillane
ISBN13: 978-0807748060
Title: Distributed Leadership in Practice (Critical Issues in Educational Leadership Series)
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Category: Schools and Teaching
Publisher: Teachers College Press; illustrated edition edition (August 3, 2007)
Pages: 208

Distributed Leadership in Practice (Critical Issues in Educational Leadership Series) by John B. Diamond,Joseph F. Murphy,James P. Spillane



To harness the potential of distributed leadership in an organization, one must not simply realize that leadership is distributed but how it is distributed

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Educational Leadership-United States. 4. Educational Surveys-United States. This book is about school principals and the surprises they encounter in their work. Among these surprises is that educational leadership differs significantly from what well-educated, well-prepared, and well-meaning professionals thought it would be. We learned this from the compilation and analysis of stories, anecdotes, and vignettes told to us by more than 200 principals from across the United States.

Distributed Leadership in practice. A descriptive analysis of distributed leadership in European schools. Developments within the educational sector have increased the roles and responsibilities of those who work in our schools, with increasing discussion about the range of different kinds of leadership style. One of these is distributed leadership. The interdependence of the individual and the environment means that human activity is distributed in the interactive web of actors, artefacts and the situation (Spillane, 2006). The Impact of distributed leadership Gradually the distributive perspective on leadership disseminates in different countries to become a general practice. Some OECD countries, and in particular Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, have more of a history of teamwork and co-operation among their teaching staff, especially in primary schools. Publication Date: August 3, 2007. Pages: 208. Series: Critical Issues in Educational Leadership Series. Illustrates how the day-to-day practice of leadership is an important line of inquiry for scholars and for those interested in improving school leadership. Nobody does it better. Spillane and Diamond expose the myths of distributed leadership on a topic beset with confusion.

John MacBeath, Chair of Educational Leadership, University of Cambridge. Studying real practice enriches their work immeasurably. Some use it as a synonym for democratic or participative leadership. see all 2 descriptions).

Электронная книга "Distributed Leadership", James P. Spillane. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Distributed Leadership" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. This book is a volume in the Jossey-Bass Leadership Library in Education-a series designed to meet the demand for new ideas and insights about leadership in schools.

Distributed Leadership. Cite this publication. Spillane, Halverson, and Diamond (2001, p. 23) explained, ''School leadership is best understood as distributed practice, stretched over the school's social and situational contexts. Dans le cadre de l'implementation de nouvelles reformes, quels sont les facteurs necessaires a la reussite d'un tel projet, notamment au niveau local, dans la prise en compte de la dimension hierarchique de l'institution scolaire. James P. Spillane, John B. Diamond. Teachers College, Columbia University. Critical issues in educational leadership series. 0807748064, 0807748072. 9780807748060, 9780807748077. 9780807748060,9780807748077,9780807748060,9780807748077.

Distributed leadership has become an important term for educational policymakers, practitioners, and researchers in the United States and around the world, but there is much diversity in how the term is understood. Some use it as a synonym for democratic or participative leadership. This book examines what it means to take a distributed perspective based on extensive research and a rich theoretical perspective developed by experts in the field. Including numerous case studies of individual schools and providing empirically based accounts of school settings using a distributed perspective, this thorough volume:

Explores how a distributed perspective is different from other frameworks for thinking about leadership.Provides clear examples of how taking a distributed perspective can help researchers understand and connect more directly to leadership practice.Illustrates how the day-to-day practice of leadership is an important line of inquiry for scholars and for those interested in improving school leadership.