Moving from School Effectiveness to School Improvement in International Schools.
Fertig, M., 2000. Moving from School Effectiveness to School Improvement in International Schools. In: Hayden, M. and Thompson, J. J., eds. International Schools and International Education: Improving teaching, management and quality. London: Kogan Page, pp. 144-157.
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With international schools so widespread throughout the world ( and employing more than 100,000 teachers in Europe and the US alone), this is the first book to discuss the quality standards that the schools' organizing bodies are now addressing in a move to ensure that their teaching and organization are of a uniformly high standard.The editors draw on their own professional experience to examine issues affecting all international schools, whatever their location, and present contributions from international experts in the field on a wide ranging of topics, including quality in the classroom; inclusive education; assessment approaches; student mobility, teacher recruitment, support and continuing professional development; models of management; school effectiveness and school improvement; international schools and local communities; accreditation.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Editors||Hayden, M.and Thompson, J. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Education|
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