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Leading With Intention
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Leading With Intention
How School Leaders Can Unlock Deeper Collaboration and Drive Results

  • Peter M. DeWitt - Corwin Author and Consultant
  • Michael Nelson - Assistant Executive Director for Professional Learning, Washington Association of School Administrators

Foreword by John Hattie, Afterword by Shelley Harwayne



May 2024 | 168 pages | Corwin

Deepen your connections with students, staff, and your larger community.

Behind every thriving school or district are deeply interconnected teams that consistently engage in a reciprocal transfer of learning. Leading With Intention aims to make this process visible by helping leaders and teachers understand how their thinking impacts their decision-making and the overall well-being of their learning communities. Through five highly practical chapters, authors DeWitt and Nelson explore self-awareness, nurturing human interconnectedness, collective inquiry, establishing a learning network, and crafting a personal learning environment.

Filled with research, stories, and places to process information, this timely book is focused on how educators think, the choices they make, and how they develop deeper academic and social-emotional connections. Other features include:

  • Success criteria to help readers identify personal goals
  • Suggested activities to apply knowledge
  • Reflection sheets with guiding questions
  • In-depth examples to illustrate content

School-leaders will come away with a deeper understanding of the importance of self-awareness in leadership and the pedagogical knowledge required to focus initiatives on student learning. Leading with Intention helps education leaders go from being merely ‘on task’ to deeply engaged and reconnected with why they entered the education profession in the first place.


 
Foreword by John Hattie
 
Glossary of Terms
 
Chapter 1 Self-awareness
 
Chapter 2: Human Interconnectedness
 
Chapter 3: Collective Inquiry
 
Chapter 4: Engaging in Intentional Professional Learning to Impact Student Learning
 
Chapter 5: Creating Your Own Learning Environment
 
Afterword by Shelley Harwayne

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