Comparative Models — The book compares various approaches to distributed leadership and examines the conditions under which some approaches may be better than others in improving schools. Evidence-Based — Much of the popularity of distributed leadership is rooted in expectations unsupported by systematic empirical evidence.
PDF | Purpose – This paper aims to provide an overview of the literature concerning distributed leadership and organisational change. Distributed leadership: according to the evidence. Author(s). Alma Harris (Centre for Leadership and Learning, Institute of Education, University of London.
Virtually all of the available evidence about distributed approach to leadership can be found in this book. This book is appropriate for researchers studying school leadership, instructors and students in graduate-level school leadership courses and practicing administrators at the district and building level. Kenneth Leithwood is professor of educational leadership and policy at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, Canada.
Sign Up. Enter your email. Judyth Sachs. With the exception of the parent involvement piece, the activities related to implementation of the mathematics program in London Elementary were similar to activities at Forest Elementary external program with in-service training, curriculum mapping aligned to state standards, assistance with data use. This emphasis probably reflects the influence of external policy, which may limit the freedom of principals and teachers to set goals or to redesign the workplace.
Blair Mascall is professor of leadership and educational change at the Ontario Institute for the Studies of Education of the University of Toronto, Canada. Distributed Leadership According to the Evidence. Part 3 Explaining the Effects of Distributed Leadership.
N2 - Purpose— This paper aims to provide an overview of the literature concerning distributed leadership and organisational change. The main purpose of the paper is to consider the empirical evidence that highlights a relationship between distributed leadership and organisational outcomes. It systematically analyses the evidence in each field and presents a synthesis of key findings.
Findings— The evidence shows first, that there is a relationship between distributed leadership and organisational change, second, that there is evidence to suggest that this relationship is positive and third, that different patterns of distribution affect organisational outcomes. AB - Purpose— This paper aims to provide an overview of the literature concerning distributed leadership and organisational change. Alma Harris.
Department of Education. Abstract Purpose — This paper aims to provide an overview of the literature concerning distributed leadership and organisational change.