Leading a High Reliability School, Revised Edition
How do educators lead schools that consistently produce excellent results? In Leading a High Reliability School, authors Robert J. Marzano, Philip B. Warrick, Cameron L. Rains and Richard DuFour say the key lies in Professional Learning Communities at Work (PLCs), a whole-school or whole-region effort in which teams collaborate in recurring cycles of collective inquiry and action research to achieve better results for students. A high reliability school embraces this cultural transformation.
In this book, F–12 administrators will learn how to transform their schools into high reliability schools, using five levels: (1) a safe, supportive and collaborative culture, (2) effective teaching in every classroom, (3) a guaranteed and viable curriculum, (4) standards-referenced reporting and (5) competency-based education.
With the data-driven instruction and collaborative teaching strategies in this book, leaders will boost academic achievement schoolwide. Readers will:
- learn how to lead high reliability schools with the PLC process as the foundation
- explore the five levels of a high reliability school
- examine the characteristics of effective schools leaders
- identify the criteria to determine priority learning standards
- understand how to balance region-wide goals to ensure schools success.
|Publish date||2019-03-05 00:00:00|
|Partner Name||Solution Tree Inc|
|Key Learning Area||Cross-Curricular|