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Author Stevenson, Isobel.

Title The Strategy Playbook for Educational Leaders Principles and Processes
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (144 p.)
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- eResources -- Part 1: Setting the Stage -- Chapter 1: Strategic Planning for Continuous Improvement -- Why This Book? -- Guiding Principles of Disciplined Strategic Planning -- Equity -- Logic -- Capacity -- Coherence -- A Return to Principles -- References -- Chapter 2: What Is Strategy? -- Chapter Overview -- Defining Disciplined Strategy -- Equity -- Logic -- Capacity -- Coherence -- Note -- References -- Part 2: Getting to Business
Chapter 3: Building a Strategy -- Chapter Overview -- Backward Mapping -- Vision and Mission -- Vision -- Mission -- Goals -- Theory of Action -- Developing Your Strategy -- Return to Principles -- Equity -- Logic -- Capacity -- Coherence -- References -- Chapter 4: Leadership and Creating Conditions for Success -- Chapter Overview -- A Strategic Leadership Stance -- Creating Enabling Conditions for Schools -- Culture -- Demanding an Unrelenting Orientation Toward Equity and Justice -- Fostering Collective Accountability -- Embracing Distributed Leadership
Engaging in Continuous Improvement and Psychological Safety -- Having Strategic Conversations -- Resources -- Financial Resources -- Human Resources -- Physical Resources -- Structures -- Hiring, Supervision, and Evaluation -- Schedule and Calendar -- Standards and Curriculum -- Student Discipline and Behavior -- Student Data and Reporting -- Return to Principles -- Equity -- Logic -- Capacity -- Coherence -- References -- Chapter 5: Shared Understanding of High-Quality Teaching and Learning -- Chapter Overview -- What Do We Mean by a Shared Understanding of High-Quality Instruction?
Step Six: Take the Show on the Road -- Return to Principles -- Equity -- Logic -- Capacity -- Coherence -- References -- Part 3: Monitoring and Continuous Improvement -- Chapter 6: How Do We Know It Is Working? -- Chapter Overview -- Rethinking Accountability -- Measures to Consider -- Outputs -- Outcomes -- Which Assessments Tools to Choose? -- Now What? Making Accountability an Organizational Routine -- Return to Principles -- Equity -- Logic -- Coherence -- Capacity -- References -- Chapter 7: Conclusion -- Students -- Teachers -- Mezzanine Leaders -- Principals -- Central Office
Why Should a District Adopt a Districtwide Vision of High-Quality Instruction? -- What Should a District Stance on High-Quality Instruction Include? -- High-Leverage Instructional Practices -- Curriculum -- Generating a Districtwide Shared Understanding of High-Quality Instruction -- Step One: Surfacing Individual Mental Models About Instruction -- Step Two: Identify Big Ideas -- Step Three: Find Anchor Texts and Shared Language -- Step Four: Watch Instruction and Talk About What You See -- Step Five: Create a "Finalish" Draft Definition of High-Quality Instruction
Notes Concluding Thoughts
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Form Electronic book
Author Weiner, Jennie M.
ISBN 1000260550
9781000260557