The Self-Organizing School identifies nine next generation reform targets and articulates theory and practice for achieving these goals. In doing so, a Self-Organizing School sets a benchmark for evaluating site-based data and examples of a process that turns theory into practice. This includes better ways to begin a reform process and understand the roles of technology and feedback in the teaching profession. The theory and practice described in the book are backed by more than 1600 direct classroom observations, an 8-year study of student achievement, more than 12,000 student evaluations and a five year study of teacher perspectives.
|Place of Publication||Lanham MD, USA|
|Publisher||Rowman and Littlefield Education|
|Number of pages||280|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|