The Connected Educator – Book Summary

Distributed Leadership in a Connected World

  • Traditional top down leadership is a poor fit in a culture of connected educators. What’s the point of turning the staff loose to explore options and conduct action research on a global basis if you expect them to follow a script? Principals need to nurture a community of leaders, which includes the students. Such a community features a great deal of sharing rather than isolated practice. The authors offer suggestions as to how you can build more time for collaboration. The end of chapter activity takes you tothe Teacher Leaders site, which features blogs of teacher leaders.
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