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Teaching and Learning in the Effective School. Rate it . You Rated it . System Recall: Leading for Equity and Excellence in Education. Michelle S Jones, Alma Harris. Improving Schools in Exceptionally Challenging Contexts: Tales from the Frontline (Improving Schools). Sue James, Alma Harris, Paul Clarke. Improving Schools Through Teacher Leadership. Alma Harris, Daniel Muijs.

6 The most effective school improvement programmes. improvement of teaching Teachers who are part of a professional learning community tend to be more effective in the classroom and achieve better student outcomes Teacher enquiry is at the heart of effective professional learning communities, it is a key driver in improving classroom practice Professional learning communities improve teachers’ professional learning and secure improved school performance, irrespective of the school context and.

6 Improving Teaching and Learning within the Subject Area. Part IV Efficient and Effective Deployment of Staff and Resources. Dr. Hugh Busher is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education University of Leicester who gained extensive experience of teaching in secondary schools before moving into Higher Education.

Alma Harris is Professor of School Leadership and Director of the Leadership, Policy and Improvement Unit at the Institute of Education, University of Warwick. She has published extensively on the theme of leadership and school improvement and her latest books include: Effective Leadership for School Improvement (2003) Routledge/Falmer; School Improvement: What's in it for Schools? (2002) Routledge/Falmer. Leading the Improving Department (2002) David Fulton.

Joe Kyle was formerly Senior Lecturer and Director of Learning and Teaching in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Birmingham University.

22 Key aspects of teaching and learning in the visual arts Alison Shreeve, Shân Wareing and Linda Drew. 23 Key aspects of teaching and learning: enhancing learning in legal education Tracey Varnava and Julian Webb. Joe Kyle was formerly Senior Lecturer and Director of Learning and Teaching in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Birmingham University.

All the schools were located in city contexts. The article contends that a school's commitment to staff development and continuous improvement are important pre-requisites of enhanced pupil achievement. As the case study work progressed data was coded and reflexively refined into analytical frames.

Explores components of effective teaching and learning from both a practical and a theoretical perspective, drawing on literature in both teacher effectiveness and school effectiveness. Reviews and summarizes existing knowledge on effective schools, teaching, and learning, provides practical guidance to teachers on how to be more effective in the classroom, and encourages teachers to use existing research for classroom improvement and school improvement purposes. Material is presented in the framework of the British education system. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Teaching and Learning in the Effective School download epub
Schools & Teaching
Author: Alma Harris
ISBN: 1857424123
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Arena (August 1, 1999)
Pages: 116 pages