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Good Teachers, Good Schools : How to Create a Successful School.

By: Hudson, David.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2014Copyright date: ©2009Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (152 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780203871836.Subject(s): Education, Secondary -- Great Britain -- Administration | Educational leadership -- Great Britain | School management and organization -- Great BritainGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Good Teachers, Good Schools : How to Create a Successful SchoolDDC classification: 371.200941 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
BOOK COVER -- TITLE -- COPYRIGHT -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- SCHOOL SYSTEMS AND STRUCTURES -- GOVERNORS, GOVERNANCE AND OFSTED -- LEADERSHIP -- WHAT GOOD SCHOOLS LOOK LIKE -- THE DECISIONS SCHOOL SENIOR LEADERS NEED TO TAKE AND WHY -- LEARNING -- MAKING THINGS BETTER: MONITORING, EVALUATING AND REVIEWING -- SUMMARY -- APPENDICES -- REFERENCES.
Summary: 'Good schools think with people and not to people' argues David Hudson in this thought-provoking practical guide for those wanting to bridge the gap between middle and senior management roles, and make a difference in their schools. Accessibly and engagingly written and packed with real-life examples, this book will prove essential reading for ambitious teachers and deputy heads everywhere. Whilst many management books tend to overcomplicate David writes with refreshing clarity and simplicity of thought. He sets out to inspire his readers to improve their practice and offers tried and tested strategies and solutions. Good teachers, good schools is a must have read for anyone interested in a senior school leadership role and for those leaders keen to improve their leadership style. The book covers every aspect of school leadership, from the decisions senior school leaders need to make such as running meetings, staffing and communication with staff and pupils to the difference between management and leadership and curriculum involvement including monitoring evaluation and self-evaluation. David Hudson encapsulates many principles that have made him a successful school leader. David Hudson has been teaching in secondary schools since 1973 and he has had a wide range of leadership and management roles including that of Head Teacher in two 11 - 18 schools.
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BOOK COVER -- TITLE -- COPYRIGHT -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- SCHOOL SYSTEMS AND STRUCTURES -- GOVERNORS, GOVERNANCE AND OFSTED -- LEADERSHIP -- WHAT GOOD SCHOOLS LOOK LIKE -- THE DECISIONS SCHOOL SENIOR LEADERS NEED TO TAKE AND WHY -- LEARNING -- MAKING THINGS BETTER: MONITORING, EVALUATING AND REVIEWING -- SUMMARY -- APPENDICES -- REFERENCES.

'Good schools think with people and not to people' argues David Hudson in this thought-provoking practical guide for those wanting to bridge the gap between middle and senior management roles, and make a difference in their schools. Accessibly and engagingly written and packed with real-life examples, this book will prove essential reading for ambitious teachers and deputy heads everywhere. Whilst many management books tend to overcomplicate David writes with refreshing clarity and simplicity of thought. He sets out to inspire his readers to improve their practice and offers tried and tested strategies and solutions. Good teachers, good schools is a must have read for anyone interested in a senior school leadership role and for those leaders keen to improve their leadership style. The book covers every aspect of school leadership, from the decisions senior school leaders need to make such as running meetings, staffing and communication with staff and pupils to the difference between management and leadership and curriculum involvement including monitoring evaluation and self-evaluation. David Hudson encapsulates many principles that have made him a successful school leader. David Hudson has been teaching in secondary schools since 1973 and he has had a wide range of leadership and management roles including that of Head Teacher in two 11 - 18 schools.

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<p>David Hudsonhas been teaching in secondary schools since 1973 and he has had a wide range of leadership and management roles including that of head teacher in two 11-18 schools.</p>

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