Introduction Effective Leadership in Education

Carmel S. Micallef

COMMUNITY LEARNING
THE CONCEPT and IMPLICATIONS

IN PRACTICE: A FOREIGN OUTLOOK

IN PRACTICE: THE LOCAL PROCESS
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Lecture Plans
• Recall of previous lecture and introduction • Lecture cum discussion • Presentation by a group of students re foreign school network system • Time management 20 mins recall and intro 125 mins lecture & students’ interventions 15 mins break 20 mins students’ presentation
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Part One
Teacher Leadership and School Improvement – Alma Harris – Leadership for school improvement – Distributed leadership – Teacher leadership – Teacher leadership in action

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Part Two
Building the Capacity for Leading and Learning – David Hopkins and David Jackson • School Capacity • School Improvement • Capacity – an exploration • Capacity – a framework • The role of networks in supporting school improvement and building capacity • Implications for leadership – distributed leadership as capacity building
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Part Three
Capacity-building, School Improvement and School Leaders – Mark Hadfield • Whole-school capacity-building and school improvement • Capacity-building in practice • School leaders and capacity-building at the level of individuals and teams • Building up and breaking down groups
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Professional Learning Communities and Performance Training Sects – Andy Hargreaves • • • • • The knowledge society Teaching and learning in the knowledge society Cultures of knowledge – contracts of performance Professional learning communities Performance training sects

Part Five
For All Children to Succeed – MEYE • • • • Achievements and challenges Central education entities Networking of schools Centralisation to decentralisation

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Part Six
• Pilot Project Power Point Presentation June 2005 • Pilot Project Power Point Presentation August 2006

(Schein, 1997, pg. 5)
• “If one wishes to distinguish leadership from management or administration, one can argue that leaders create and change culture, while managers and administrators live within it.”
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