Teacher Leadership in Mathematics and Science: Casebook and Facilitator's Guide

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Committed to improving instructional programs, more and more teachers are playing an active role in mathematics and science reform. Teacher Leadership in Mathematics and Science was written to assist these efforts. This unique book will both help current teacher leaders be more effective in this role and support the development of aspiring teacher leaders.

This volume of cases - the first of its kind - focuses on issues teacher leaders face in their interactions with other teachers, administrators, and parents, such as:

  • What kind of expertise do I bring to my leadership work?
  • How do I build support for reform?
  • How do I develop different kinds of relationships in my role as teacher leader?
These issues are elaborated on in seven different cases, presenting situations that will be very familiar to anyone who has acted as a teacher leader or worked with teacher leaders. The book also contains extensive facilitation material for each case, consisting of discussion questions and activities that can be used in preservice and inservice settings to promote reflection on and problem solving about teacher-leadership issues. All in all, it's a mathematics or science educator's best resource for understanding the challenges of teacher leadership, acquiring the necessary skills to serve in this capacity, and implementing lasting change in classroom practice.
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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“This book is a godsend for those who prepare and support teacher leaders. It provides well-structured materials that can help build a wide variety of skills, understandings, and dispositions required for teachers to play optimal leadership roles.”–Susan LoucksHorsley

“Any facilitator will find many creative and interesting suggestions in this book.”–Teaching Children Mathematics

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780325003276
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • Publication date: 10/3/2000
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Meet the Author

Barbara Miller has worked with educators in professional development and teacher education for more than fifteen years. She is currently Managing Project Director of the Center for Professional Communities in Education at Education Development Center, Inc.

Jean Moon is currently on leave from Lesley College to work as Advisor for Education Programs for the ExxonMobil Foundation. She has directed numerous teacher professional development projects throughout the years and has served as lead principal investigator on many evaluation studies in K-12 mathematics and science education. Moon has written a number of articles on alternative assessment.

Susan Elko is a veteran classroom teacher who has designed and facilitated professional development in more than thirty school districts. She has sixteen years experience working with teachers and administrators to create lasting change in classroom practice. Currently an education consultant, Elko served for five years as manager of Professional Development Programs for the Merck Institute for Science Education.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Ch. 1 Habitats 19
Ch. 2 Reaching Out 35
Ch. 3 Making the Case 53
Ch. 4 Specialist for All Seasons 69
Ch. 5 Who's the Expert Around Here? 85
Ch. 6 From Where I Stand 103
Ch. 7 Where Do We Go Next? 119
App. A: Strategies Index 139
App. B What Leaders Need to Know About School Culture 140
The ExxonMobil Foundation 144
The Merck Institute for Science Education 147
Bibliography 149
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2001

    Excellent Work

    This book is a welcome addition to the volumes dealing with education and the ideals of teaching in our time. The depth at which the topics are studied as well as the writing style is both engaging and informative.

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