Annotated Bibliography of Resources for Educational Reform, Coherent Teaching Practice, and Improved Student Learning

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  • Wallace, D. K. (Ed.). (1996). Journey to school reform: Moving from reflection to action through storytelling. Washington, DC: National Education Agency Professional Library.

This book offers ideas, tips, and examples to serve as a guide to school change and reform. The content includes a framework for building a new culture of educational leadership that focuses on reflection and action; guidelines for storytelling and dialoguing; scenarios and suggestions for facilitating and guiding reflective activities; and an action guide filled with ideas and suggestions to advance site-based school improvement. The guide to advance site-based school improvement includes the topics: developing personal reflection and leadership for improved schools; expanding leadership and establishing ownership by all members in the school restructuring process; retooling schools; and building relationships between school leadership and community members. The stories and questions throughout the book reflect and provide insight for an understanding of the process of change.

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