It is already hard to find the time to make the changes that will improve education. And if everyone is not on the bandwagon, it will take even more time. What is the answer to the time crunch in education?
Here, Bruno looks at time in schools from a new perspective: Time as the currency of exchange between the classroom teacher and the school organization.
Why time is often so important to the success of school change and reform
How time can equate with participation for classroom teachers
What leadership strategies can build teacher involvement in school change
Why it is hard to get cooperation from veteran teachers and why it is crucial to reform efforts
The author discusses the impact of time on everyone in the school organization. You will see how the differing views of teachers and the organization can contribute to teacher burnout and their reluctance to participate in reform efforts. He offers you the insights gleaned from interviews with more than 4,000 teachers.
Bruno shows you how to give a positive answer to your teachers' toughest school reform question: Is it 'worth' my extra time and effort? The information here helps you minimize your teachers' resistance to commit time and enthusiasmto your school's reform.