International Handbook of Educational Change: Part Two

International Handbook of Educational Change: Part Two

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ISBN-13: 9789401060745
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 01/22/2013
Series: Springer International Handbooks of Education , #5
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998
Pages: 1365
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.45(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Section 1: The Roots of Educational Change. Editor: A. Lieberman. 1. Listening and Learning From the Field: Tales of Policy Implementation and Situated Practice; M.W. McLaughlin. 2. A Kind of Educational Idealism: Integrating Realism and Reform; L.M. Smith. 3. Change and Tradition in Education: The Loss of Community; M. Holmes. 4. Unfinished Work: Reflections on Schoolteachers; D. Lortie. 5. Ecological Images of Change: Limits and Possibilities; K. Sirotnik. 6. Seduced and Abandoned: Some Lasting Conclusions about Planned Change from the Cambire School Study; J. Giacquinta. 7. Three Perspectives on School Reform; E. House, P. McQuillan. 8. Finding Keys to School Change: A 40-Year Odyssey; M. Miles. 9. World War II and Schools; S. Sarason. 10. School-Based Curriculum Development; M. Skilbeck. 11. Patterns of Curriculum Change; I. Goodson. 12. Educational Reform, Modernity and Pragmatism; C.H. Cherryholmes. 13. The Vital Hours: Reflecting on Research on Schools and Their Effects; P. Mortimore. 14. Redefining the Role of Educators After Reaganism; H. Giroux. Section 2: Contexts and Challenges of Educational Change. Editor: A. Hargreaves. 1. Educational Change: Easier Said Than Done; D. Fink, L. Stoll. 2. Globalization and Educational Change; A. Stuart Wells, et al. 3. Markets, Choices, and Educational Change; W. Boyd. 4. New Information Technologies and the Ambiguous Future of Schooling: Some Possible Scenarios; C. Bigum, J. Kenway. 5. Public Education in a Corporate-Dominated Culture; H.-J. Robertson. 6. Cultural Difference and Educational Change in a Sociopolitical Context; S. Nieto. 7. Language Issues andEducational Change; J. Cummins. 8. The Politics of Gender and Educational Change: Managing Gender or Changing Gender Relations? J. Blackmore. 9. School-Family-Community Partnerships and Educational Change: International Perspectives; M.G. Sanders, J.L. Epstein. 10. The Purpose of Educational Change; M. Greene. 11. Restructuring and Renewal: Capturing the Power of Democracy; L. Allen, C.D. Glickman. 12. Reculturing Schools: Lessons from the Field; L. Miller. 13. The Micropolitics of Educational Change; J. Blase. 14. Organization, Market and Community as Strategies for Change: What Works Best for Deep Changes in Schools; T.J. Sergiovanni. 15. Authenticity and Educational Change; D. Meier. 16. Organizational Learning and Educational Change; W. Mulford. 17. The Emotion of Educational Change; A. Hargreaves. 18. Policy and Change: Getting Beyond Bureaucracy; L. Darling-Hammond. Section 3: Fundamental Change. Editor: M. Fullan. A: Macro Change. 1. Beyond Bloom's Taxonomy: Rethinking Knowledge for the Knowledge Area; C. Bereiter, M. Scardamalia. 2. Human Development in the Learning Society; D. Keating. 3. Networks, Coalitions and Partnerships for Educational Reform: Working Across and Between the Lines; A. Lieberman. 4. Educational Change in Japan: School Reforms; K. Shimahara. 5. National Strategies for Educational Reform: Lessons from the British Experience since 1988; M. Barber. 6. Quality in Schools: Developing a Model for School Improvement; M. West. B: Large Scale Strategies for School Change. 7. Accelerated Schools: A Decade of Evaluation; H. Levin. 8. National Reform in a Federal System: The National Schools Project; M. Angus, W. Louden. 9. School Development Programs; E. Joyner. 10. New Roles for Community Services in Educational Reform; R. Crowson, W. Boyd. C: Professional Development for Reform. 11. Structure, Culture and Change in Secondary Schools; A. Hargreaves. 12. Teachers Union and Educational Reform; N. Bascia. 13. Teacher Development and Educational Reform; M. Cochran-Smith. 14. Norms and Politics of Equity-Minded Change: Researching the 'Zone of Mediation'; J. Oakes, et al. 15. Restructuring Schools for Improving Teaching; M. Smylie, G.S. Perry. 16. Teaching Standards: Foundations for Professional Development Reform; L. Ingvarson. 17. School Administration in Russia: Centralization Versus Decentralization; V. Briller, D. Mann. Section 4: Theories of Development and Strategies for Growth. Editor: D. Hopkins. A: The Practice and Theory of School Improvement. 1. Developing the 21st Century School: A Challenge to Reformers; P. Dalin. 2. Reconnecting Knowledge Utilization and School Improvement: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back; K. Seashore Lewis. 3. The School Effectiveness Knowledge Base as a Guide for School Improvement; J. Sheerens. B: The Contemporary Context of School Improvement. 4. School Evaluation and Improvement: A Scandinavian View; R. Lander, M. Ekholm. 5. Australia: School Inspection as a Strategy for Development or Control? P. Cuttance. 6. Assessment and Accountability in Kentucky: How High Stakes Affect Teaching and Learning; B.L. Whitford. C: Tensions and Contrasts in School Improvement Strategies. 7. Innovations in Planning for School Improvement: Problems & Potential; M. Wallace. 8. Curriculum Reform, Educational Change, and School Improvement; G. McCulloch. 9. The Conduct of Inquiry on Teaching: The Search for Models More Effective Than the Recitation; B. Joyce. 10. Three Rival Versions and a Critique of Teacher Staff Development; J. Smyth. 11. Why Teachers Need their Colleagues: A Developmental Perspective; J. Nias. D: The Effectiveness of School Improvement Strategies. 12. International Effectiveness Initiatives; D. Reynolds. 13. Sands, Bricks, and Seeds; R. Slavin. 14. Learning From Past and Present School Improvement Paradigms; E. Calhoun. 15. Evaluating Ten Exemplary School Improvement Projects; S. Stringfield. 16. Editorial Conclusion; D. Hopkins, A. Harris.

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