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The constructivist leader

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Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University , New York
Educational leadership -- United States., School management and organization -- United States., Constructivism (Education) -- United States., School administrators -- United States., Educational change -- United St

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United St

StatementLinda Lambert ... [et al.] ; foreword by Maxine Greene.
ContributionsLambert, Linda, 1939-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB2805 .C634 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 219 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1279418M
ISBN 100807734632, 0807734624
LC Control Number95011213

An expanded theory of Constructivist Leadership based on a thorough examination of the most recent thinking in leadership, learning, and ethical communities. A comprehensive approach to issues of equity, diversity, and multiculturalism. Additional strategies and approaches for the implementation of constructivist leadership by: 3.

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The updated Second Edition of this best-selling book enables readers to carry this constructivist vision and purpose forward, while effectively implementing standards-based reform, authentic assessment, and constructivist-based Reviews: 1.

This book analyzes and synthesizes key elements of the most recent and dynamic emergent theory and practice of leadership―constructivist leadership.

It presents the theory and practice in a down-to-earth, easy-to-read approach that removes fear and anxiety, using case studies revealing both the underlying philosophy and practical strategies both to teach and to lead : Arthur Shapiro.

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Chapter 1, "Learning and Leading Theory: A Century in the Making," (Deborah Walker and Linda Lambert) traces the dynamic history of learning and leading during this century, concluding with an indepth survey of the constructivist Cited by: SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.

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This perspective has also required a reexamination of the concept of leadership, and a new definition has taken form—a definition that we have called “constructivist leadership.” This book will once again examine the relationship between learning and lead- ing and deepen the theory of constructivist Size: KB.

A constructivist leader seeks understanding through a balance of asking questions, repeating ideas in different terms, and clarifying what has been said, so that the learner can seek out connection and meaning in various ideas. Leadership is all about learning, from followers as well as others in leadership roles.

A constructivist leader explores the way things were, by speaking to the people who were there. Then, he or she uses what they’ve learned to determine how things should be, and works on ways to move in that direction. All this is done in a context that everyone involved can relate to.

This book analyzes and synthesizes key elements of the most recent and dynamic emergent theory and practice of leadership&#;constructivist leadership. It presents the theory and practice in a down-to-earth, easy-to-read approach that removes fear and anxiety, using case studies revealing Price: $ Tam () lists the following four basic characteristics of constructivist learning environments, which must be considered when implementing constructivist teaching strategies: 1) Knowledge will be shared between teachers and students.

2) Teachers and students will share authority.

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3) The teacher's role is one of a facilitator or guide. Constructivist theories of leadership emphasize new and integrative approaches to leadership development, effectiveness, and evaluation. The resulting research is focused on how leaders see their roles, how they derive meaning from their work, and how they assess their own development.

Linda Lambert, Diane P. Zimmerman, and Mary E. Gardner’s book Liberating Leadership Capacity: Pathways to Educational Wisdom presents a new concept of leadership based on establishing democratic interactions, engaging constructivist learning, and developing leadership capacity in school communities.

The Constructivist Leader provides educational leaders at all levels with a conceptual framework for leadership defined as reciprocal, purposeful learning in community.

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The updated Second Edition of this best-selling book enables readers to carry this constructivist vision and purpose forward, while effectively implementing standards-based /5(23). Since the publication of the first edition inThe Constructivist Leader has provided educational leaders at all levels with a conceptual framework for leadership defined as reciprocal, purposeful learning in community.

Today, learning communities based on constructivist principles are a major part of the school improvement Second Edition of this best-selling book 5/5(1). The Constructivist Leader by Linda Lambert, Morgan Dale Lambert, Deborah Walker, Diane P.

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The Constructivist Leader provides educational leaders at all levels with a conceptual framework for leadership defined as reciprocal, purposeful learning in community.

The updated Second Edition of this best-selling book enables readers to carry this constructivist vision and purpose forward, while effectively implementing standards-based /5(4).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Learning and leading theory: a century in the making / Deborah Walker and Linda Lambert --Toward a theory of constructivist leadership / Linda Lambert --Constructing school change / Linda Lambert --Leading the.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Constructivist leadership: standards, equity, and learning --weaving whole cloth from multiple strands / Deborah Walker --Toward a deepened theory of constructivist leadership / Linda Lambert --Leading the conversations / Linda Lambert --The linguistics of leadership.

""If you are looking for a fresh approach, this thoughtful and provocative book is a must. A great book for your leadership team to read." ""Linda Lambert and associates take us back to our classroom roots, to what we know best about learning and leading." "The Constructivist Leader "has taken up where John Dewey left off."/5(6).

The Constructivist Leader provides educational leaders at all levels with a conceptual framework for leadership defined as reciprocal, purposeful learning in community.

The updated Second Edition of this best-selling book enables readers to carry this constructivist vision and purpose forward, while effectively implementing standards-based reform.

Constructivism is a theory in education that recognizes the learners' understanding and knowledge based on their own experiences prior to entering school. It is associated with various philosophical positions, particularly in epistemology as well as ontology, politics, and ethics.

The origin of the theory is also linked to Jean Piaget's theory of cognitive development. This book analyzes and synthesizes key elements of the most recent and dynamic emergent theory and practice of leadership-constructivist leadership.

It presents the theory and practice in a down-to-earth, easy-to-read approach that removes fear and anxiety, using case studies revealing both the underlying philosophy and practical strategies both to teach and to lead. As this book's case studies demonstrate, constructivist leadership is the most democratic form of leadership and can be used to reform schools to make them more productive, effective, and healthy for kids and faculty.

Strategies are presented in step-by-step, easy-to-follow diagrams. Constructivism accounts for this issue by arguing that the social world is of our making (Onuf ). Actors (usually powerful ones, like leaders and influential citizens) continually shape – and sometimes reshape – the very nature of international relations through their actions and interactions.

The basics of constructivism. A chapter-length overview of constructivist theory and how it differs from the other major theoretical paradigms. Clearly written and accessible, though the book itself is expensive and is thus best accessed in a university library.

Klotz, Audie, and Cecelia Lynch. Strategies for Research in Constructivist International Relations. Armonk, NY: M. Constructivism is a theory founded on the premise that humans construct their knowledge and understanding of the world by reflecting on their own experiences. The concept of constructivism dates back to ancient Greece, when Socrates asked his students questions which led them to realize the weakness of their thinking.For two decades, Linda Lambert and Mary Gardner have worked together as colleagues, friends and co-authors on two best-selling books on leadership, The Constructivist Leader (, ).

They served in top-level leadership positions, engaged in research on women and leadership, consulted internationally, and mentored the next generation of.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Constructivist Leader by Linda Lambert (, Paperback) at the best online .