Sunday, 16 February 2014
639 Knowledgeable and supportive school leadership
Knowledgeable and supportive school leadership
Bishop, R., O’Sullivan, D., & Berryman, M. (2010).
Scaling up education reform. Addressing the politics of disparity.
Wellington: NZCER Press.
This chapter highlights 6 key attributes to effective leadership.
The use of measureable goals that enable progress to be monitored.
Leaders must support the development and implementation of new pedagogic practice and interactions within the classroom.
The implementation of changes in the organisational structure and
spreading the reform to include staff, parents and community.
Developing the capacity of people and systems that use data to improve student achievement.
Promoting ownership of the reform within the school.
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