8 edition of Shaping the culture of schooling found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-176) and index.
|Statement||Cheryl Taylor Desmond.|
|Series||SUNY series, education and culture|
|LC Classifications||LC1032.5.N69 D47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|ISBN 10||0791429555, 0791429563|
|LC Control Number||95044256|
Shaping School Culture was a great success and become a popular resource for many educational leaders. The authors’ targeted audience is educational leaders, but the book also applies to colleges, universities, religious organizations, and businesses. His current book is Shaping School Culture: The Heart of Leadership co-authored with Terrence Deal. The activities reported in this document were supported by the U.S. Department of Education under #SAB funded by the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE), and by the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER), School.
The Shaping School Culture Fieldbook provides a variety of sources of information, inspiration, and suggestions and includes more than forty field-tested exercises. Each chapter begins with a discussion of the features of culture and the symbolic roles of leaders and is followed by a set of examples that clearly illustrate the ideas.4/5. 6 By identifying school culture as his "hidden curriculum," Capozzi acknowledges that like the academic curriculum, the elements of school culture can be identified and taught. Elmont's 2, students, most of whom are African American and Latino, produce impressive outcomes.
Sometimes the best way to understand the world around us is to pick up a book. students may affect school culture. There are many elements that affect school culture. In many cases, leaders can have a dominant influence on promising cultural patterns. Cunningham and Gresso () dedicated their book entirely to the recognition of school culture and the impact school leaders have on the culture.
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Shaping School Culture is a good book written for those in leadership positions within school systems. I have read many books on the importance of nurturing culture in schools, but this book is very different from others.
The author uses stories to show how artifacts, routines, symbols, history, tales, rituals, ceremonies, and traditions can Cited by: In Shaping School Culture: the Heart of Leadership, Terrence Deal and Kent Peterson illustrate that nothing is more important in schools than culture.
They believe that school culture is vital to the success of schools. The authors state that "the culture of an enterprise plays the dominant role in exemplary performance" (p. 1).Cited by: When the bestselling books Shaping School Culture and The Shaping School Culture Fieldbook were first published, Kent D.
Peterson and Terrence E. Deal described the critical elements of school culture—the purposes, traditions, norms, and values that guide and glue the community together.
The authors showed how a positive culture makes school. The most trusted guide to school culture, updated with current challenges and new solutions. Shaping School Culture is the classic guide to exceptional school leadership, featuring concrete guidance on influencing the subtle symbolic features of schools that provide meaning, belief, and faith.
Written by renowned experts in the area of school culture, this book tackles the increasing. Author: Kent D. Peterson,Terrence E. Deal; Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: Category: Education Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» When the bestselling books Shaping School Culture and The Shaping School Culture Fieldbook were first published, Kent D.
Peterson and Terrence E. Deal described the critical elements of school culture—the purposes, traditions, norms. Shaping School Culture: The Heart of Leadership A brief summary of this book, says authors Terrence E.
Deal and Kent D. Peterson, shows how school leaders can use the power of school culture to create a vibrant, cooperative spirit and a school "persona." Shaping School Culture Fieldbook. Create a team consisting of administrators, teachers, parents, and students to help shape changes to school culture.
This team should develop a prioritized list of issues they believe harm to the overall school culture. In addition, they should brainstorm possible solutions for fixing those issues. The term school culture generally refers to the beliefs, perceptions, relationships, attitudes, and written and unwritten rules that shape and influence every aspect of how a school functions, but the term also encompasses more concrete issues such as the physical and emotional safety of students, the orderliness of classrooms and public spaces, or the degree [ ].
At a recent session of the National Institute for Urban School Leaders at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Bridwell-Mitchell took a deep dive into “culture,” describing the building blocks of an organization’s character and fundamentally how it feels to work there.
Culture Is Connections. A culture will be strong or weak depending on the interactions between the people in. Shaping School Culture is the classic guide to exceptional school leadership, featuring concrete guidance on influencing the subtle symbolic features of schools that provide meaning, belief, and faith.
Written by renowned experts in the area of school culture, this book tackles the increasing challenges facing public schools and provides clear.
To ensure availability of the book "Shifting Culture And Shaping Context", This book sheds new light on processes of cultural transformation at work in Oceania and analyzes them as products of interrelationships between culturally created meanings and specific contexts.
In a series of inspiring essays, noted scholars of the region examine. culture to school success All of these studies and others point to the multiple ways school culture fosters improvement, collaborative decision making, professional development and staff and STUDENT learning.
Deal and Peterson ‘Shaping School Culture’ Jossey-Bass e-book, Introduction ‘The research base and Impact’ p The most trusted guide to school culture, updated with current challenges and new solutions Shaping School Culture is the classic guide to exceptional school leadership, featuring concrete guidance on influencing the subtle symbolic features of schools that provide meaning, belief, and faith.
Written by renowned experts in the area of school culture, this book tackles the/5. In Shaping School Culture: The Heart of Leadership, authors Terrence Deal and Kent Peterson attempt to get at the heart of school reform by getting at the heart of schools, or their cultures. The book is divided into two parts, where the first part discusses elements of culture and the second part discusses the implications of shaping school.
The shaping school culture fieldbook. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Ron works with middle grades schools across the country and is the author of numerous books including The School Leader’s Guide to Social Media with J. Howard Johnston, and Principalship from A to Z with Barbara Blackburn.
Get this from a library. Shaping the culture of schooling: the rise of outcome-based education. [Cheryl Taylor Desmond] -- Focusing on the cultural history of the origins of outcome-based education (OBE), this book investigates the social and economic culture of Johnson City, New York, schools.
OBE has often been. Shaping school culture by Terrence E. Deal, Kent D. Peterson,Jossey-Bass edition, in English - 2nd ed. Claims about a “culture of high expectations” are undermined when school policies encourage good grades for poor student work.
The “culture of respect” is undermined by every imperious, demanding, or angry e-mail and voice mail coming from the principal. Leaders speak most clearly with their actions. School culture is the shared beliefs, attitudes and values of stakeholders in a school as well as the relationships between school staff, students and families.
There are many elements that influence a school’s culture such as their policies and the school’s history. In Johnson City, New York, the schools have sustained positive, meaningful educational change since The Johnson City schools have also given birth to the national movement of Outcome-Based Education (OBE).
This book provides a cultural history of the relationship between community and school in school reform. The book describes the transformation of the town from an industrial. Culture shared by all school stakeholders makes the actualization of both short-and long-term objectives easier.
In this context, the best practices for shaping school culture for professional educators are personal mastery, team learning, and building a shared vision (Hall & Hord, ). Instructional leaders can use school culture as a tool.Get this from a library! Shaping school culture: the heart of leadership.
[Terrence E Deal; Kent D Peterson] -- Explores the importance of school culture and the symbolic roles of leaders in shaping cultural patterns and practices in school communities; and presents numerous examples that demonstrate how.Designed to explain how principals can shape school culture, this book first discusses current pressures for school reform and the different perspectives on school operations reflected in these reforms.
Competing reform strategies are described, specifically, the human resources approach and the structural, political, free market, and school culture models.