THE CULTURALLY PROFICIENT SCHOOL AN IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE FOR SCHOOL LEADERS

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The Culturally Proficient School

Author : Randall B. Lindsey
ISBN : 0761946829
Genre : Education
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The authors examine the guiding principles of cultural proficiency, its essential elements, and the self-imposed barriers to moral leadership.
Category: Education

Culturally Proficient Inquiry

Author : Randall B. Lindsey
ISBN : 9781452211466
Genre : Education
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Use inquiry to promote equity and transform your school’s educational environment! Using cultural proficiency as a lens, the authors guide practitioners through the process of gathering and analyzing data to meet the needs of historically underserved students. This book outlines a critical evaluation process and provides rubrics to examine why some students are not being educated to their full potential. With a CD-ROM of tables and spreadsheets for data entry, the book show educators how to: Encourage discussions about educational equity Create a realistic picture of a school's cultural and economic diversity Initiate authentic systemic change Effectively respond to NCLB mandates
Category: Education

Cultural Proficiency

Author : Randall B. Lindsey
ISBN : 9781506390574
Genre : Education
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Our students’ futures depend upon it: If we’re to guarantee equitable access and improved academic outcomes for our historically underserved students, then we must first confront the deeply rooted biases and practices that for far too long have limited them. That’s where Cultural Proficiency: A Manual for School Leaders has already benefited tens of thousands of schools leaders--and the students, teachers, and communities they serve. Cultural Proficiency helps us all establish a mindset and worldview for effectively describing and responding to inequities. Its inside-outside approach to leadership is grounded in the assumption that honest introspection is a requirement to leading equity-driven change. And now, with updated content, new case studies, expanded vignettes, new activities and study guides, and an updated matrix, this fourth edition is more urgently needed than ever. What leaders love most is the way Cultural Proficiency lays the groundwork for powerful organizational growth with resources to: Engage colleagues in collaborative dialogue about creating powerful teaching and learning environments Recognize and respond to both individual and group differences to break down barriers Use the Cultural Proficiency Continuum to assess the limitations of school practices and identify opportunities to shift the culture Take this first step on the Cultural Proficiency journey and soon enough you, too, can create equitable educational opportunities and more inclusive environments in which differences are embraced. “This book is a riveting and unparalleled resource for all educational merchants of hope. . . . The insights, learning strategies, and professional development structures in this edition illuminate a path for all leaders to successfully commit to the journey of being equity champions!” --Dr. Erick E. Witherspoon, National Director of Equity Professional Development Services Generation Ready “There is no greater honor than to have one’s professional work become the inspiration for a new way of thinking, and transformative literature and action that change the world for schools and the children and youth they serve. I am grateful that the ideas have been so skillfully brought to scale by these authors.” --Dr. Terry L. Cross, MSW, Founder and Senior Advisor National Indian Child Welfare Association
Category: Education

Culturally Proficient Instruction

Author : Kikanza Nuri Robins
ISBN : 9781412924313
Genre : Education
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Looks at instructional standards, provides case studies, and includes exercises and reflective activities.
Category: Education

Culturally Proficient Coaching

Author : Delores B. Lindsey
ISBN : 1412909716
Genre : Education
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Multicultural classrooms require a multifaceted approach to creating inclusive, learning-rich environments that empower all students. To meet this growing need, Culturally Proficient Coaching provides educators with a simple, yet comprehensive, new framework: A powerful fusion of the field-tested and respected Cognitive Coaching and Cultural Proficiency models. Through a unique approach, the bestselling authors add a new dimension to the concept of Cultural Proficiency, which is based on valuing, respecting, and honoring diverse backgrounds and ethnicities while looking deeply at one's own beliefs.
Category: Education

How To Teach Students Who Don T Look Like You

Author : Bonnie M. Davis
ISBN : 1412924472
Genre : Education
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Discusses ways to recognize the needs of diverse learners, study racism and its impact, develop a school climate for teaching diverse students, and implement teaching strategies across disciplines.
Category: Education

Principal Leadership

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ISBN : PSU:000055224130
Genre : Middle school principals
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Category: Middle school principals

Using Data To Improve Learning For All

Author : Nancy Love
ISBN : 1412960851
Genre : Education
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School leaders will discover how to implement collaborative inquiry, use data systematically and effectively, and establish an equitable school climate to improve outcomes for all students.
Category: Education

The Special Edge

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ISBN : UCLA:L0107448375
Genre : Special education
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Category: Special education

Leading Every Day

Author : Joyce S. Kaser
ISBN : UVA:X004898684
Genre : Education
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"Leading Every Day: 124 Actions for Effective Leadership, Second Edition underscores the cumulative effects of particular day-to-day leadership acts as practiced throughout the organization. The kinds of actions recommended by the authors of this practical and valuable book shape the school community and nurture a commitment to continuous improvement no matter how challenging the environment in which a school resides." -Dennis Sparks, Executive Director, National Staff Development Council "The new edition is an indispensable resource for the practiced leader...(with) contemplations that can guide, inform and challenge all school leaders' thinking and . . . moral ethical actions. With the investment of just a few minutes each day, the reader can have an in-depth consideration of why we do this work." -Randall B. Lindsey, Director, Education Leadership Doctorate Program, California Lutheran University "Among the plethora of resources on leadership, this book stands out for its simple, profound way of connecting personal reflections on leadership to the actual work of leaders to improve teaching and learning. It is a must-have resource for anyone committed to leading, supporting, and sustaining research-based and data-informed improvements in education." -Page Keeley, Senior Science Program Director, Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance Inspire the leader in you and positively influence the people around you! As our society faces more complex challenges, the demand for effective leadership grows. Leaders, especially education leaders, often need to solve complicated problems quickly with limited resources. Understanding their own leadership styles, roles, and practices enhances the impact that leaders have every day. In this follow-up to their best-selling 2003 NSDC Book of the Year, the authors provide four full months of contemplations centered on the major areas in which leaders work. Leading Every Day offers direction on providing high-quality leadership amid turbulent times. Modeling the philosophy that leadership exists in all of us, the authors inspire educators to lead in big and small ways. This second edition offers: Inspirational stories illustrating effective leadership Cogent quotations for educators to carry with them each day Actionable advice that can be implemented today Invitations for larger discourse that can change the lives of leaders and the lives of those they lead The latest research on best practices in leadership, change, professional development, and group leadership Exploring leadership and leadership potential is an important step for everyone. This book highlights a path of exploration for veteran and aspiring leaders alike. See Facilitator's Guide to Leading Every Day, Second Edition
Category: Education