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Educating Teachers for Leadership and Change
Teacher Education Yearbook III

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Volume: 3

January 1995 | 368 pages | Corwin
In consideration of the new and varied leadership roles teachers are expected to fill as schools restructure and reform, this collection offers an insightful vision of the changes needed in teacher education to prepare teachers to be proactive leaders. Contributors reflect on key aspects of contexts, processes, communication and curriculum. Topics discussed include: occupational stress; special preparation of urban teachers; peer coaching and collaboration; communication skills; and workplace barriers to leadership development.

Mary John O'Hair and Sandra J Odell
Introduction
Weaving Leadership and Change into Teacher Education

 
 
PART ONE: CONTEXTS FOR LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE
Michael Fullan
Contexts: Overview and Framework
Carl D Glickman, Barbara F Lunsford and Kathleen A Szuminski
Co-Reform as an Approach to Change in Education
The Origin of Revolution

 
Paul V Bredeson
Role Change for Principals in Restructured Schools
Implications for Teacher Preparation and Teacher Work

 
Walter H Gmelch and Forrest W Parkay
Changing Roles and Occupational Stress in the Teaching Profession
Michael Fullan
Contexts: Reflections and Implications
 
PART TWO: PROCESSES FOR LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE: TEACHER LEADERSHIP FOR URBAN SCHOOLS
Kenneth Zeichner and Bernadette Baker
Processes: Overview and Framework
Norvella P Carter and Patricia J Larke
Preparing the Urban Teacher
Reconceptualizing the Experience

 
Judith A Ponticell, George E Olson and Patricia S Charlier
Project MASTER
Peer Coaching and Collaboration as Catalysts for Professional Growth in Urban High Schools

 
Diane Holt-Reynolds
Preservice Teachers and Coursework
When is Getting it Right Wrong?

 
Kenneth Zeichner and Bernadette Baker
Processes: Reflections and Implications
 
PART THREE: COMMUNICATING LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE
Cassandra L Book
Communication: Overview and Framework
Richard M Jacobs
Communicating and Teaching
Applied Communication Theory for Teacher Educators

 
Gretchen C Hess and Robert H Short
Evaluating Communication Skills of Students in Teacher Education
Ann L Darling and Martha L Dewey
Reflection in Leadership
An Examination of Peer Leader Role Development

 
Cassandra L Book
Communication: Reflections and Implications
 
PART FOUR: CURRICULUM FOR LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE
Kenneth A Sirotnik
Curriculum: Overview and Framework
Theodore J Kowalski
Preparing Teachers to Be Leaders
Barriers in the Workplace

 
Richard Ponzio and Charles Fisher
Introducing Prospective Teachers to Contemporary Views of Teaching and Learning Science
The Science and Youth Project

 
Robert Alley and Burga Jung
Preparing Teachers for the 21st Century
Kenneth A Sirotnik
Curriculum: Reflections and Implications
 
CONCLUSION
Joseph Murphy
Changing Role of the Teacher
 
Challenge for Teacher Educators

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