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Contents Foreword by Tom Sobel Acknowledgments 1. Overview One Principal's Beginning Introduction Changing Education, Changing Leadership The Challenges of the Urban School Principalship Principal and District Relationships Principal Development: Learning the Principalship Developing Collaborative Inquiry as Leadership Development The Collaborative Inquiry Leadership Seminar One Inquiry About this Form of Leadership Development Outline of the Book Audience Final Thought 2. The Collaborative Inquiry Leadership Seminar-Description and Examples Key Ideas Selecting a Collaborative Inquiry Framing Question Seminar Components Seminar Process Seminars Over Time 3. Collaborative Inquiry and Professional Development Key Ideas Introduction What It Means to Learn How to Generate New Ways of Thinking Why Collaborative Inquiry How to Develop Leaders and Leadership Summary and Implications 4. Developing and Managing the Inquiry Key Ideas Introduction The Invitation The Initiation The Duration The Conclusion Summary and Implications 5. The Facilitator/Co-Inquirer Role-Structuring the Inquiry Key Ideas Introduction Things to Keep in Mind The Role of the Facilitator Facilitators or Co-Facilitators Facilitating the Structure of CI Facilitating Participation Facilitating Learning Evaluating the Inquiry Becoming a Co-Inquirer Summary and Implications 6. Conclusions Benefits for CI Participants Implications for CI as Leadership Development Challenges Incorporating CI into School and District Development Appendix A: Vignettes Appendix B: How to Conduct CI as Professional Development Appendix C: How to conduct CI as Research Notes References Index About the Authors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
School principals -- United States.
Educational leadership -- United States.
Group work in education -- United States.
School management and organization -- United States.