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Culture Re-Boot: Reinvigorating School Culture to Improve Student OutcomesTitoloCulture Re-Boot: Reinvigorating School Culture to Improve Student Outcomes
AutoreKaplan, Leslie S. ; Owings, William A.
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CategoriaEducation: Leadership
Education: Decision Making & Problem Solving
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Dati272 p.; ill.
Anno2013
EditoreCorwin Publishers
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Packed with hands-on activities, this practical handbook shows you how to be the transformational leader your school needs to enact a culture change and improve student outcomes.

Indice e argomenti trattati
Prefacexv
What Is School Culture Re-Boot?
xv
Features of Culture Re-Boot: Reinvigorating School Culture to Improve Student Outcomes
xvii
Working Within a School District
xviii
A Word About Facilitating Re-Boot Activities
xix
Chapter Organization
xx
Acknowledgmentsxxiii
About the Authorsxxv
Chapter 1 School Culture and Change as Learning1
Focus Questions
1
Why 40 Years of School Reform Has Not Worked (and Why Culture Re-Boot Will)
1
What Is Culture Re-Boot?
2
What Is School Culture?
4
Schools as Complex Organizations
4
How School Culture Shapes the Organization
6
How School Cultures Develop
7
Why the Traditional Public School Culture No Longer Works
8
Three Levels of School Culture
9
School Culture Re-Boot 1.1 Using Levels of Culture to Understand Your School Culture
10
Components of Positive School Cultures
12
Positive School Culture Characteristics
12
Change as Organizational Learning
15
Conceptual Models That Boost Organizational Learning
16
Characteristics of a Learning Organization
17
School Culture Re-Boot 1.2 Making Our School a Learning Organization
18
The Three-Step Change Model
19
School Culture Re-Boot 1.3 Using the Three-Step Change Model
22
The Single- and Double-Loop Learning Model
22
School Culture Re-Boot 1.4 Using Single- and Double-Loop Learning
24
The Multiple Frames Model
25
School Culture Re-Boot 1.5 Using Multiple Frames in School Improvement
26
Understanding Your School's Culture
27
Making Your School Culture Explicit
28
School Culture Re-Boot 1.6 Profiling Your School's Culture
29
Where We Go From Here
31
Research: The Impact of School Culture on Student Achievement
32
Resources
33
School Culture Re-Boot 1.7 Faculty Activity to Identify Aspects of Your School's Culture
33
School Culture Surveys
34
Faculty Change Orientation Scale
35
The Organizational Health Inventory
35
Chapter 2 School Leadership as Culture Building37
Focus Questions
37
Leadership as Culture Building
37
Leadership as Culture Creation
38
School Culture Re-Boot 2.1 Identifying Your School's Cultural Symbols
40
The Principal as a Transformational Leader
41
Leadership and Management
43
How Principal Leaders Transform Their Schools
44
Principal Leadership Increases Student Achievement
44
Principals' Five Key Responsibilities
45
Shaping a Vision of Academic Success for All Students
46
Establishing a Schoolwide Vision
46
Characteristics of a Schoolwide Vision
47
How Vision Affects the School
48
How Leaders Articulate a Vision
49
School Culture Re-Boot 2.2 Developing Symbols That Support a School Vision
51
How Leaders Implement a Vision
52
Creating a Culture That Supports Education
52
Cultivating Leadership in Others
53
Improving Instruction
54
Managing People, Data, and Processes
55
Understanding the Dynamics and Resources for Culture Re-Boot
56
The Culture Re-Boot Process
56
Mutually Supportive Domains
58
How Principals Can Prepare for Culture Re-Boot
59
Prepare Yourself Cognitively and Emotionally
59
Create a School Leadership Team
60
Help the School Leadership Team Learn
62
Help the Team Design the Organizational Learning Process
63
Be Alert to Obstacles
64
Research: Principal Leadership and Student Achievement
66
Resources
67
School Culture Re-Boot 2.3 Creating a School Touchstone
67
Chapter 3 School Culture, Ethical Behavior, and Relational Trust69
Focus Questions
69
School Culture and Ethical Behavior
70
Ethics Are About Relationships
71
Schooling Is an Ethical Endeavor With a Moral Purpose
71
School Culture Re-Boot 3.1 Assessing Yourselves as a Moral School
73
School Culture and Relational Trust
74
Trust in Successful Schools
75
Foundations of Relational Trust
76
Relational Trust Supports Culture Re-Boot
77
Relational Trust and Student Learning
80
Developing Relational Trust
81
Features That Make One Willing to Trust Others
82
Features That Make Others Trustworthy
82
Additional Factors That Influence the Inclination to Trust
83
Starting, Sustaining, and Repairing Relational Trust
84
How Principals Initiate Trust
85
How Teachers Initiate Trust
86
Sustaining Trust
87
Betraying Trust
88
School Culture Re-Boot 3.2 Reflecting on Incidents of Betrayal in Your School
89
Getting Even
90
Repairing Trust
90
Building Relational Trust With Parents
93
Research: Trust and Student Achievement
95
Resources
96
School Culture Re-Boot 3.3 High-Trust and Low-Trust School Cultures
96
School Culture Re-Boot 3.4 Assessing and Getting Feedback on Trust-Ability
99
The Omnibus T-Scale
101
The Organizational Climate Description Questionnaires
101
Organizational Health Inventory
101
Chapter 4 Developing Professional Capacity for Shared Influence103
Focus Questions
103
Why Schools Should Develop Professional Capacity
104
Why Principals Build Their Schools' Professional Capacity
105
Capacity Building and Improved School Outcomes
107
School Culture Factors That Nurture Professional Capacity
109
Building Teachers' Instructional Capacity
110
Teaching Quality and Student Achievement
111
Teaching 21st-Century Skills
111
Meeting 21st-Century Teaching Standards
115
School Culture Re-Boot 4.1 Assessing Your Capacity for 21st-Century Teaching
116
Professional Learning Communities
119
What Professional Learning Communities Do
119
Why Professional Learning Communities Work
121
School Culture Supports for Professional Learning Communities
121
Getting Professional Learning Communities Started
122
School Culture Re-Boot 4.2 Identifying Areas for Instructional Improvements
123
Building Teachers' Leadership Capacities
125
Areas for Teacher Leadership
126
Identifying and Developing Teacher Leaders
127
School Culture Re-Boot 4.3 Identifying Potential Teacher Leaders in Your School
128
Developing Teachers' Leadership Capacities
129
Conversations
130
Coaching
130
Mentoring
130
New Teacher Induction
131
Additional Means
131
Research: How Building Teachers' Capacity Improves School Outcomes
132
Resources
133
Survey of Core Indicators That Support Professional Capacity
133
Collective Efficacy Scale
135
Chapter 5 Establishing a Student-Centered Learning Culture137
Focus Questions
137
Why We Need to Educate Every Child to High Levels
138
Demographic Changes
138
A Student-Centered Learning Environment
140
What a Student-Centered Learning Culture Looks Like
141
A Safe and Orderly Learning Environment
142
Benefits of a Safe and Orderly Environment
143
School Culture Re-Boot 5.1 Assessing for a Safe and Orderly Learning Environment
144
Teacher Expectations
146
Evidence That Expectations Influence Performance
146
School Culture Re-Boot 5.2 Teacher Expectations and Student Achievement
147
Re-Booting Teachers' Expectations
148
School Culture Re-Boot 5.3 Teachers' Expectations in a Student-Centered Learning Culture
151
School Culture Re-Boot 5.4 High Expectations and School Characteristics
152
Academic Press and Supports
154
Academic Press
155
School Culture Re-Boot 5.5 Academic Press and Student Achievement
156
Academic Supports
158
Connecting Students to Curriculum
159
Assessing to Promote Learning
159
Increasing Students' Choices
159
Engaging Resources
160
More Time
160
Social Supports
161
Supports From Adults at School
161
Support From Peers
162
School Culture Re-Boot 5.6 Providing Academic and Social Supports
165
Relationships
167
Relationships With Teachers
167
Relationships With Other Educators
169
Building Students' Resilience
170
School Culture Re-Boot 5.7 Relationships and Student Achievement
171
Research
173
Chapter 6 Promoting and Creating Strong Parent-Community Ties175
Focus Questions
175
Family Involvement and Student Outcomes
176
Family Involvement and Student Achievement
177
Family, Community, and Cultural Assets
178
Benefits of Collaboration for Schools, Families, and Communities
179
Challenges of Working With Parents in Culturally Diverse Communities
181
Today's Families and School Involvement
181
Barriers to Parents or Caretaker Involvement
182
Institutional Barriers
182
Impersonal Barriers
182
Personal Barriers
183
School Culture Re-Boot 6.1 Assessing Barriers to School-Home Collaboration
184
How Parents View School-Home Collaboration
184
Trust in School-Parent Relationships
185
Why Trust Between Educators and Parents Is Important
186
Developing Cultural Competence
186
School Culture Re-Boot 6.2 Developing Cultural Competence
190
Ways to Involve Families With Schools
191
Personalizing Parent Involvement
191
Roles for School-Parent Collaboration
192
School Culture Re-Boot 6.3 School Home Collaboration Survey
195
Working With the Community
197
Purposes of School-Community Partnerships
197
Positive Outcomes From School-Community Partnerships
199
Finding the Balance
200
Collaboration Around Student Attendance
201
School Culture Re-Boot 6.4 Assessing Your Attendance Issues
203
Where Do We Go From Here?
204
Research
205
Chapter 7 Developing a Plan for Action207
Focus Questions
207
Planning Overview
208
Prior to Year 1
209
The Principal Considers Culture Re-Boot and Gains the Superintendent's Support
209
The Principal and Key School Leaders Read Culture Re-Boot
210
The Principal Selects Team Members for Leading Culture Re-Boot
210
Decide How to Incorporate the Culture Re-Boot Team Into the School's Leadership and Improvement Structure
211
Gather Baseline Student Attendance, Behavior, and Achievement Data
211
Identify Healthy Organizational Cultures for Potential Site Visits
213
Think Professional Development
213
Plan to Communicate Clearly and Often With the Team, the Faculty, and the School Community
214
Year 1
214
Orient the Leadership Team
214
Read and Discuss Culture Re-Boot as a Team
215
Select Change Process Guides
215
Meet Once Monthly
216
Conduct Culture Re-Boot Activities With Faculty and Selected Parents and Students
216
Begin Small-Scale Changes
217
Set Up Study Groups
217
Professional Learning Communities and Study Group Memberships
217
Guidelines
219
Meeting Frequency
219
Survey Teachers
220
Plan and Conduct Whole-School Culture-Building Activities
220
Celebrate Year 1's Successes
220
Collect This Year's Student Performance Data and Review Progress Toward Goals
221
Consider Other Activities
221
Year 2
221
School Leadership Team Meets Monthly
221
Provide Leadership Opportunities
221
Study Groups Meet Twice a Month
222
Design and Conduct Ongoing Professional Development
222
Demonstration Classrooms
222
Monitor, Assess, Refine
223
Plan and Conduct Whole-School Culture-Building Activities That Might Become Annual Events
223
Collect This Year's Student Performance Data
223
Celebrate Year 2's Successes
223
Consider Other Activities
224
Years 3 to 5
224
Monitor and Advance Progress
224
Provide Leadership Opportunities
224
Continue to Collect Student Performance Data
224
Study Group Reassignments
224
Celebrate Successes
225
Monthly Year 1 Calendar for School Culture Re-Boot
225
September
225
Meet With and Orient the Leadership Team
225
Begin to Understand the Organizational Learning Process
225
Schedule Visits to Schools and Organizations With Healthy, Strong Cultures
226
Assign Members to Have Completed Reading Chapter 1 of Culture Re-Boot Before October Meeting
226
October
226
Chapter 1: School Culture and Change as Learning
226
November
227
Chapter 2: School Leadership as Culture Building
227
December
228
Chapter 3: School Culture, Ethical Behavior, and Relational Trust
228
January
229
Chapter 4: Developing Professional Capacity and Shared Influence
229
February
231
Chapter 5: Establishing a Student-Centered Learning Culture
231
March
232
Chapter 6: Promoting and Creating Strong Parent-Community Ties
232
April Through May
233
Chapter 7: Developing a Plan for Action
233
Years 2, 3, 4, and 5
234
Index235

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