- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 2003 ed.
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Begley, Paul T. (ed.), Johansson, Olof (ed.)
- index bibliog references
- XX, 238 p.
- 244 x 156 x 21 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 563 g
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The Ethical Dimensions of School Leadership1629Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.This book about valuation processes in educational administration has a particular focus on the notions community and professionalism. The topic is addressed comprehensively bringing together the work of some of the best-known and most respected philosophers, theorists and researchers working in this field. It will be of interest to university faculty, graduate students and educational administrators.
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"This engaging book identifies key contemporary challenges and dilemmas of school leadership through the presentation of stimulating research on school leaders. To this end, this book is as worthwile as the weighty goal of ethical leadership it serves" - Lindy Zaretsky, York region District School Board, Ontario, Canada in Journal of Education Administration
In Pursuit of Authentic School Leadership Practices.- Democratic Leadership Theory in Late Modernity: An Oxymoron or Ironic Possibility?.- Persistent Difficulties with Values in Educational Administration: Mapping the Terrain.- Reflective Practice: Picturing Ourselves.- Community, Coherence, and Inclusiveness.- Deconstructing Communities: Educational Leaders and Their Ethical Decision-Making Processes.- Let Right be Done: Trying to Put Ethical Standards into Practice.- Valuing Schools as Professional Communities: Assessing the Collaborative Prescription.- Developing Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Education and Community.- School Organizational Values: The Driving Force for Effectiveness and Change.- The Relationship of Gender and Context to Leadership in Australian Schools.- School Leadership as a Democratic Arena.- Conclusion: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow: A Post-Postmodern Purview.