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Appreciative Inquiry (AI) has contributed significantly to the positive change revolution in many professional realms such as the armed services, United Nations, and Fortune 500 businesses. This book applies AI to innovation in public education through the authors’ Appreciative Organizing framework giving public school leaders and stakeholders actionable pathways to take in creating schools that work for everyone. Bringing new ideas to the forefront, the book provides educators with a different perspective and inspiration to create change in the public education system.
|Publisher:||Elephant Rock Productions, Inc.|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Leonard C. Burrello is the executive director of the Center for Appreciative Organizing in Education. He has traveled domestically and internationally to study, document, and produce video exemplars of schools, districts, and teaching and learning methods. He lives in Tampa, Florida. Linda M. Beitz works as a change agent with hundreds of people in school districts, nonprofits, state departments, court mediation programs, businesses, and communities. She lives in Chicago. John L. Mann is the coordinator of a principal preparation program focusing on Appreciative Inquiry and organizing. He lives in Pasco County, Florida.