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Creating Learning Places for Teachers, Too

Creating Learning Places for Teachers, Too

April 1994 | 120 pages | Corwin
This book argues that if schools are to be successful learning places, the needs of teachers must be placed on a par with those of the students. The authors show how Total Quality Education schools address this problem, making learning an ongoing experience for both teachers and students.
Students and Teachers as Customers
Motivating Through Profound Knowledge
Achieving the Transformation:
Teachers' Role in School Management

Fostering Continuous Improvement
Making the School a System
Creating Learning Places for Teachers, Too:
An Epilogue

Planning and Troubleshooting Guide

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Larry E. Frase

Larry E. Frase was professor and department chair of educational leadership in the College of Education at San Diego State University. He was a former superintendent of schools of the Catalina Foothills District in Tucson, Arizona, and is the author, coauthor, or editor of 23 books and 80 professional journal articles. His books include Top Ten Myths in Education; School Management by Wandering Around; and Teacher Compensation and Motivation. He is also coauthor of Walk-Throughs and Reflective Feedback for Higher Student Achievement. He has presented papers at AERA and UCEA. He is a senior lead auditor, having led curriculum audits of 32... More About Author

Sharon Conley

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ISBN: 9780803961210