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Title: Enhancing the Teaching and Learning Process


1
Enhancing the Teaching and Learning Process
2
Developed from the Contents of Reginald Leon
Greens
  • Practicing the Art of Leadership A Problem-based
    Approach to Implementing the ISLLC Standards
  • Chapter 7

3
Teaching and Learning
  • To enhance teaching and learning in a school, the
    leader will often have to make some degree of
    change.

4
Understanding the Process of Change
  • Understanding the change process is a
    prerequisite to effectiveness.

5
Understanding the Process of Change
Inside Influences
  • Change is a process, not an event it can be
    planned or unplanned and can be influenced by
    forces inside and outside of the schoolhouse.

Change
Outside Influences
6
Leading Change
  • The change may be continuous (first-order), or it
    may be discontinuous (second-order) change.

Continuous
Change
Discontinuous
7
Leading Change
  • Determining the order of the change is very
    important as it allows the leader to determine
    the extent to which the faculty and staff are
    ready for the change and what preparation is
    necessary before the change is undertaken.

8
Steps in the Change Process
  • Establishing a shared vision
  • Determining the state of existing programs
  • Conducting a discrepancy analysis

9
Steps in the Change Process
  • Build a capacity for change
  • Acquire stakeholder participation
  • Assess the needs of all students

10
Steps in the Change Process
  • Identify programs and activities that will
    address those needs
  • Plan a quality professional development program
  • Implement the new program strategies

11
Steps in the Change Process
  • Conduct formative and summative evaluations

12
References
  • Conley, D. (1997). Roadmap to
  • restructuring Charting the course in
  • American education. Eugene, OR
    University of
  • Oregon (ERIC Clearinghouse on
  • Educational Management).
  • Sarason, S. (1996). Revisiting the culture
  • of the school and the problem of change.
  • New York Teachers College Press.
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