Identifying and Growing Internal Leaders: A Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership

Identifying and Growing Internal Leaders: A Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership

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Overview

Identifying and Growing Internal Leaders: A Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership offers a framework with corresponding rubrics anchored in TLMS, Teacher Leadership Competencies, PSEL, NELP, Danielson’s Teaching Framework and NBPTS propositions. Professional growth and development are encouraged and guided through practical and applied examination, common language, a common set of proficiencies, and targets specific to teacher leaders through the use of four domains: Critical Competencies, Professional Growth of Self and Others, Instructional Leadership, and Advocacy. In addition, The Framework procures learning for those who work with teacher leaders, such as administration and Board Members, to better understand and maximize utilization of this unique group of professionals.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781475846584
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 11/02/2018
Pages: 186
Product dimensions: 5.97(w) x 8.71(h) x 0.47(d)

About the Author

Kimberly T Strike, PhD currently serves as Professor of Education at SWU. She has served as a Teacher, Teacher Leader, Principal, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Title Supervisor, ELA Coordinator at the Lake Co. Regional Office of Education, and as a Professor specific to Teacher Preparation, Principal and Superintendent Preparation, and the Teacher Leadership Program.

Janis Fitzsimmons, PhD has taught at North Central College (NCC) since 1985 where she received the college’s Dissinger Award for excellence in teaching and performance of a job above and beyond the call of duty. In addition to her teaching duties, she is the founder and executive director of the NCC Junior/Senior Scholars Program, the Promise Teacher Corps and the Urban Education Laboratory, which she currently directs.

Rebecca Hornberger, PhD is Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership at Concordia University Chicago, River Forest, Illinois. She also serves as the Department Chair of SAIL for Education. She has served as a public school principal and teacher leader for twenty years. She also collaborates with educational leaders throughout the state of Ohio by coordinating professional development and networking and outreach for OAESA.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1: A Comprehensive Examination of Teacher Leadership
Chapter 2: Linking The Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership to Standards
Chapter 3: The Diversity of Teacher Leaders
Chapter 4: Setting the Stage for The Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership
Chapter 5: The Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership: Domains 2 and 3
Chapter 6: The Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership: Domains 1 and 4
Chapter 7: Professional Learning to Enhance Teacher Leadership
Chapter 8: The Research Behind The Framework for Effective Teacher Leadership
Appendix A - Survey Questions
Appendix B - Interview Questions
Index
About the Authors

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