Developing Connective Leadership: Successes with Thinking Maps by Larry Alper, Kimberly Williams, David Hyerle
Thinking Maps® place the value of thinking, feeling, and having multiple frames of reference at the heart of school practices and identity. Explore leadership from the inside out, and define a visual language for thinking. Examine personal reflectiveness, interpersonal interactions, school wide change processes, and moreall to bring you back to leading connectively and collaboratively.
Read real-life experiences from school leaders using Thinking Maps® for professional development.
Get eight Thinking Maps® used to build connective leadership practices.
Learn how how Thinking Maps® can be used to reformulate and reconstruct negative or damaging frames of reference.
Explore how Thinking Maps® can energize and inspire insight and solutions.
Larry Alper is a former teacher and school administrator with more than 30 years of experience in leading schools and developing learning communities for students, teachers, and parents.
Kimberly Williams, PhD, is a faculty member at the Plymouth State University College of Graduate Studies, Dr. Williams teaches graduate courses for teachers on cognition, history, and philosophy of education.
David Hyerle, EdD, is an author, researcher, seminar leader, and keynote speaker focused on integrating content learning, thinking process instruction, and collaborative leadership across whole schools.