Chapter 7: Building the Learning Commons as a Client-Side Organization

The Learning Commons Organization

 

Professional Resources from the book: The New School Learning Commons:

 

 

Professional Documents:

•    Marzano, Robert J., Timothy Waters, and Brian A. McNulty. School Leadership That Works: From Research to Results. ASCD, 2005.

•    Marzano, Robert J. What Works in Schools: Translating Research into Action. ASCD, 2003

•    Whitaker, Todd. What Great Principals Do Differently: Fifteen Things That Matter Most.  Eye on Education, 2002.

•    Waters, Tom and Greg Cameron. The Balanced Framework: Connecting Vision with Action. McRel. 2007.

•    Wiggins, Grant and Jay McTighe. Schooling by Design: Mission, Action, and Achievement. ASCD, 2007.

•    Carr, JoAnn, ed.  Leadership for Excellence: Insights of National Cchool Library Media Program of the Year Awardd Winners. AASL, 2008.

•    Wiggins, Grant and Jay McTighe. Scjhooling by Design: Mission, Action, and Achievement. ASCD, 2007.

•    Tomlinson, Carol Ann, Kay Brimijohn, and Lane Narvaez. The Differentiated School: Making Revolutionary Changes in Teaching and Learning. ASCD, 2008.

 

 

Professional Organizations

•    While the usual educational organizations, particularly those for administrators have some emphasis on leadership and management, we recommend that an eye toward business management organizations may be of some assistance when looking to how client side structures work and flourish.

 

 

Over to You

 

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