The Leadership Brain : How to Lead Today's Schools More Effectively (1-off Series)

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The Leadership Brain : How to Lead Today's Schools More Effectively (1-off Series)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 320 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780761939108
  • DDC分類 371.2012

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`As educators struggle with the demands of No Child Left Behind, David Sousa offers practical ideas for linking the research being done by neuroscientists to the real world of learning in the classroom' - The School Administrator`The Leadership Brain is an incredible resource. David Sousa has taken brain research and made it meaningful to principals by showing them how a basic understanding of this field can make a difference at school' - Principal MagazinDavid A Sousa is an international educational consultant. He has conducted workshops in hundreds of school districts on brain research, brain based learning, instructional skills, supervision, and science education at the primary, secondary, and university levels. He has made presentations at national conventions of educational organizations and has served as a consultant to regional and local school districts across the United States, Canada, and Europe.This book is written to provide educational leaders insights into how research in cognitive neuroscience and other related areas can inform their practice. This book will explore the attributes of a successful leader, the basic facts that educational leaders should know about parts of the brain and their functions, how a leader encourage and develop creativity in a school, and many more such facets pertaining brain-compatible leadership. The book further explains the meaning of leadership, and the reasoning that if leadership is the key to true educational reform, then thoughtful leadership is the key to thoughtful reform. Science can provide leaders with a deeper understanding of their own thinking processes so that their decisions are mindful and ethical, and that is what this book will aim to illustrate.

Table of Contents

About the Author                                   ix
Introduction 1 (6)
Changing America's Schools 1 (1)
About This Book 2 (5)
1. Understanding Leadership 7 (16)
Schools Need True Leaders 7 (1)
Attributes of a Leader 8 (3)
Organizational Expectations 11 (1)
Leadership Styles 12 (3)
What Style of Leader Am I? 15 (3)
Impact of Brain Research on Leadership 18 (1)
Major Points in Chapter 1 19 (4)
2. Linking Leadership to the Brain 23 (40)
Brain Structure and Function 23 (5)
Learning and Retention 28 (2)
Leadership and the Brain 30 (4)
Creativity 34 (9)
Imagery (Visualization) 43 (3)
Major Points in Chapter 2 46 (17)
3. Brain-Compatible Curriculum 63 (38)
Students' Expectations About Learning 63 (4)
Deciding What Should Be Learned 67 (5)
Revising Curriculum 72 (12)
Curriculum for Special Needs Students 84 (2)
Integrating Technology into the Curriculum 86 (2)
The Pitfalls of Curriculum Charge 88 (1)
Major Points in Chapter 3 89 (12)
4. Brain-Compatible Instruction and Assessment 101(39)
Components of Brain-Compatible Instruction 101(14)
Assessment 115(7)
Major Points in Chapter 4 122(18)
5. Teacher Evaluation 139 Traditional Models of 140(45)
Teacher Evaluation
Teacher Evaluation for the 21st Century 141(5)
Designing a Comprehensive Teacher Evaluation 146(13)
Program
Evaluating Principals and District Office 159(2)
Administrators
Major Points in Chapter 5 161(24)
6. Ethical and Spiritual Leadership 185(38)
Ethical Leadership 186(14)
Brain Research and Ethical Behavior 200(2)
Spiritual Leadership 202(8)
Major Points in Chapter 6 210(13)
7. Transforming School Culture 223(48)
Types of School Culture 223(1)
Monitoring School Culture 224(1)
Attitudes and Beliefs About Schooling 225(9)
Attitudes and Beliefs About Students 234(3)
Parents and School Culture 237(6)
Transforming Through Collaboration 243(3)
Working With Teams 246(3)
Staff Development 249(4)
Major Points in Chapter 7 253(18)
8. Putting It All Together 271(18)
A Whole-Brained Approach to Leadership 271(9)
Developing and Retaining Educational Leaders 280(6)
Conclusion 286(2)
Major Points in Chapter 8 288(1)
Glossary 289(4)
References 293(8)
Resources 301(4)
Index 305
References 293 Resources 301 Index 305
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List of Measures vii
Acknowledgments xi
I. Overview 1 (20)
Chapter 1. Introduction: Measuring Suicidal 3 (10)
Behaviors and Risk
Chapter 2. Conceptual and Definitional Issues 13 (8)
II. Detection Instruments 21 (124)
Chapter 3. Structured and Semistructured 23 (42)
Psychiatric Diagnostic Interviews
Chapter 4. Interviews Specifically Focused on 65 (22)
Suicidal Behaviors and Clinician-Rated Indices
Chapter 5. Self-Report Inventories and 87 (36)
Behavior Checklists
Chapter 6. Survey Screening Items for 123(22)
Suicidal Behaviors
III. Risk Assessment and Other Instruments 145(106)
Chapter 7. Assessing Risk of Suicidal 147(58)
Behaviors: Self-Report Questionnaires and
Clinician Rating Scales
Chapter 8. Assessing Risk of Suicidal 205(16)
Behaviors: Multitiered Screening Assessments
Chapter 9. Assessing Intent and Lethality of 221(20)
Suicidal Behavior
Chapter 10. Other Suicide-Related Instruments 241(10)
IV. Conclusion 251(14)
Chapter 11. Summary, Recommendations, and 253(12)
Future Directions
References 265(26)
Appendix 291(8)
Index 299(4)
About the Author 303