Second International Handbook of Educational Leadership and Administration / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
This Handbook is both an authoritative and comprehensive reference work for researchers, and a state-of-the-art compilation of new insights and guidance for practicing educational leaders. It provides essential information for those working in the fields of educational leadership and administration.
Since the publication of the first International Handbook of Educational Leadership and Administration, in 1996, governments around the world have undertaken major activities in the realms of school leadership and school improvement. In addition, a growing body of research and writing has advanced the field in the past few years to such an extent that a second International Handbook was needed to capture new insights and developments.
This second Handbook:
-has a broadly international editorship;
-brings together new material and fresh, global insights from 55 well-regarded scholars;
-contains 34 chapters organized around six leadership themes; and
-adds a great deal of new information to the first Handbook.
|Series:||Springer International Handbooks of Education Series , #8|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.12(d)|
Table of Contents
General Editors: K. Leithwood, P. Hallinger. Section Editors: G.C. Furman, P. Gronn, P. Hallinger, K. Leithwood, J. Macbeath, B. Mulford, K. Riley. Preface; K. Leithwood, P. Hallinger. Section 1: Leadership Effects and School Improvement: P. Hallinger. Introduction. 1. What Do You Call People With Visions? Vision, Mission, and Goals in School Leadership and Improvement; P. Hallinger, R. Heck. 2. Leading for Change: Building Capacity for Learning; L. Stoll, et al. 3. Conditions Fostering Educational Change; P. Sleegers, et al. 4. The Changing Context of School Leadership: Implications for Paradigm Shift; Y.C. Cheng. 5. An Alternative Perspective of Educational Leadership for Change: Reflections on Native/Indigenous Ways of Knowing; M.K.P. Ah-Nee-Benham, L.A. Napier. 6. Moving School Leadership Beyond Its Narrow Boundaries: Developing a Cross-Cultural Approach; A. Walker, C. Dimmock. Section 2: Leadership In the Creation of Community: G.C. Furman. Introduction. 7. Cross-Cultural Leadership and Communities of Difference: Thinking about Leading in Diverse Schools; C.M. Shields. 8. The Role of Professional Learning Communities in International Education; J.C. Toole, K.S. Louis. 9. The Role of School Governance in the Creation of School Community; R.G. Croninger, B. Malen. 10. Community as Curriculum; R.J. Starratt. Section 3: Leadership In Diverse Contexts: K. Riley, J. Macbeath. 11. Cultural Isomorphs in Theories and Practice of School Leadership; L. Moos. 12. Connecting School Leadership with Teaching, Learning and Parenting in Diverse Cultural Contexts: Western and Asian Perspectives; C. Dimmock, A. Walker. 13. Mission Integrity: Contemporary Challenges for Catholic School Leaders; G. Grace. 14. Lessons from Successful Leadership in Small Schools; G. Southworth. 15. School Leadership and Self-Assessment: Guiding the Agenda for Change; B. Smith. 16. Boundary-breaking Leadership: A Must for Tomorrow's Learning Communities; J.M. Robertson, C.F. Webber. Section 4: Organizational Learning and Leadership: P. Gronn. Introduction. 17. Leadership and School Results; H. Silins, B. Mulford. 18. Strategic Leadership and Cognition; B. Fidler. 19. Distributed Leadership; P. Gronn. 20. From Teamwork to Teamwork in Education; V. Hall. 21. Enhancing Knowledge in Organizations: Developing Capacity and Capability Through Learning and Leadership; T. Seddon, L. Cairns. 22. Organizational Learning, Organizational Problem Solving, and Models of Mind; V.M.J. Robinson. Section 5: The Context for Educational Leadership in the Twenty-First Century: K. Leithwood. Introduction. 23. Scenarios for Leadership and the Public Good in Education; B.J. Caldwell. 24. Leadership Practices for Accountable Schools; K. Leithwood, et al. 25. Postmodern Expressions of Educational Leadership; L. Sackney, C. Mitchell. 26. School Choice and Educational Leadership: Rethinking the Future of Public Schooling; J. Gaskell. 27. Teacher Leadership, Reflective Practice, and School Improvement; C. Day, A. Harris.