Intended for readers interested in establishing or assessing collaborative reform efforts, the book is organized in three units. The first provides an overview that will enhance readers' understanding of professional development schools and school restructuring. The authors review and highlight important concepts and processes in collaborative restructuring. The second unit brings the concepts and processes of collaborative change to life by sharing the stories of teachers and administrators in elementary and secondary professional development schools. The third unit addresses the complex issue of assessing the outcomes of restructuring in both schools and the universityWe designed Soar to the Future to encourage and support fifth and sixth grade girlsa#39; interest and experiences in ... Now parents can help their children develop math skills and interest in math by doing aquot;hands-onaquot; projects with them at home.
|Title||:||Lessons from Restructuring Experiences|
|Author||:||Nancy E. Hoffman, W. Michael Reed, Gwen Socul Rosenbluth|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1997|