Table of contents for Systems thinkers in action : a field guide for effective change leadership in education / edited by Blane Despres.

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System thinkers in Action: Table of Contents
Foreword
	Michael Fullan
Introduction
	Blane Després
Chapter 1
	Francis M. Duffy
	Open Systems Theory and System Dynamics: The Twin Pillars of 	Transformational Change in School Districts
Chapter 2
	Charles M. Reigeluth
	Chaos Theory and the Sciences of Complexity: Foundations for Transforming 	Education
Chapter 3
	Bill Thornton and George Perreault
	Using Systems Thinking to Improve 21st Century Schools
Chapter 4
	Howard S. Adelman and Linda Taylor
	School Improvement: A Systemic View of What's Missing and What to Do 	About It
Chapter 5
	Thomas L. Alsbury
	The Crucible of Reform: The Search for Systemic Leadership
Chapter 6
	David F. Bower
	Leadership and the Self-Organizing School
Chapter 7
	Sarah Smitherman and Angelle Stringer
	Strange Attractors in School Leadership
Chapter 8
	Carlos A. Torre and Charlene Voyce
	Shared Accountability: An Organic Approach
Chapter 9
	Lees Stuntz, P. Jeffrey Potash, and John F. Heinbokel
	Exploring the Shape of Change: Utilizing the Power of System Dynamics in K-12 	Education
Chapter 10
	Ray Barnhardt and Anagayuqaq Oscar Kawagley
	Culture, Chaos and Complexity: Catalysts for Change in Indigenous Education
Chapter 11
	Brent Davis
	Expanding the Space of the Possible: Understanding Knowledge, Learning, and 	Teaching as Nested and Recursively Elaborative Processes
Chapter 12
	Blane Després
	Conclusions and Continued Beginnings: Application of the Systemic Factors 	Inventory Analysis Matrix

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Educational leadership.
Educational change.
School improvement programs.