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Samenvatting In American Schools, Sam Chaltain interweaves the leading ideas from the education, business, and scientific communities to outline a framework for leadership that helps educators and organizational leaders create the optimal conditions for transformational change. By pairing a rich theoretical framework with the stories of communities that have, over several years, tried to create more democratic learning communities, Chaltain does what any reader of this book will have to do - provide enough structure to empower people to do their best work, and enough freedom so that each person's inherent creativity can be unleashed.
Recensie s Our country's ongoing commitment to democratic principles can only be actualized if democracy lives in our public schools. This book reveals how schools can help students and teachers see and hear one another, create a strong community, and develop the sensibilities and skills for democratic life.
Our Children (and Our Country) Deserve Democratic Schools
It provides a framework for democratic leadership that is accessible, actionable, and grounded in good pedagogy. Ducommun Professor of Education, Stanford University A powerful concept provides the organizing theme of this refreshing book: But there is a pervasive, more subtle one that slips along with the turning of the pages: Goodlad, president, Institute for Educational Inquiry, Professor Emeritus, College of Education, University of Washington Sam Chaltain expects schools to do more than merely give their students knowledge of the world.
By helping them to make themselves known to the world, he believes that they will be able to meet the democratic goal of taking responsibility for it.
This book offers ideas and practical examples. Chaltain is on to something - that an understanding of freedom is essential to creating active, engaged citizens, and that supporting individual freedoms need not negate an orderly, structured environment.
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I urge you to read American Schools. The first part of the book presents pithy summaries of foundational skills of leadership e. Each of these chapters concludes with a description of five things you can do in an effort to develop particular skill sets.
The second part of the book presents the stories of three school communities engaged in developing democratic learning communities.