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Twelve Roles of Facilitators for School Change

by R. Bruce Williams

Twelve Roles of Facilitators for School Change Synopsis

This updated edition shows school leaders how to become powerful agents of school change. The author provides 55 tools to aid in the transformation and reform process, allowing all participants to develop skills that foster communication, consensus, and schoolwide support. This valuable resource outlines twelve roles based on the four main functions of effective facilitators: leading the collaboration and change process, providing skills training, acting as a resource consultant, and motivating and energizing the group.

Twelve Roles of Facilitators for School Change Press Reviews

The principles and ideas presented are not just for school improvement. Many of the materials can be used for an entire gamut of situations. There is something for everyone. -- Lyndon Oswald, Principal The book deals with an time-sensitive and time-intensive topic, and its worth will only be known when it is purchased and used by serious educational entities. -- Lori Grossman, Instructional Coordinator for Professional Development Services Shows leaders of the educational change process how to develop the flexibility, openness, and trust needed to make change as painless and effective as possible. By acquiring the skills of the facilitator, leaders of the change process will know how to navigate uncharted pathways, develop the required skills of their fellow participants, communicate openly and honestly, seek consensus, make intelligent decisions, and solve problems amidst the dynamics of the change process itself and among the many different constituencies that are part of the process. -- From the Foreword by Arthur L. Costa

Book Information

ISBN: 9781412961134
Publication date: 6th May 2008
Author: R. Bruce Williams
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 272 pages
Categories: Organization & management of education,

About R. Bruce Williams

Bruce Williams has more than thirty five years of international consulting experience, and is noted for his expertise in group facilitation and in planning and team building methodologies. Williams' specialty is facilitating participative, interactive group workshops whether they are focused on strategic planning and consensus building or instructional methodologies for the classroom. He has conducted successful workshops on brain compatible learning and school change facilitation, and he frequently presents in the areas of cooperative learning, higher order thinking skills, and authentic assessment. With seven years' experience in teaching English as a second language in Japan and Korea, Williams is highly ...

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