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by Linda L. Lyman

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ISBN:
0807739294
Author:
Linda L. Lyman
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Economic Policy Institute and Teachers College (January 1, 2000)
Pages:
175 pages
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She does this through an ethnographic approach by observing a caring principal within the context of an entire school community.

She does this through an ethnographic approach by observing a caring principal within the context of an entire school community. First, Lyman introduces a caring environment within a theoretical context. Then, she profiles the principal, Kenneth H. Hinton, by providing an historical background of the school and community with various themes and implications for caring.

The Principal's Challenge as Want to Read . In this ethnographic report of a three-year case study, readers meet and watch a school principal in action, seeing how his caring leadership makes a difference to learning

The Principal's Challenge as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this ethnographic report of a three-year case study, readers meet and watch a school principal in action, seeing how his caring leadership makes a difference to learning.

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Are you sure you want to remove How do they know you care? from your list? How do they know you care? the principal's challenge. Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-166) and index.

How Do They Know You Care?: The Principal's Challenge. Creating a Caring School Environment: An Administrator's Story. The Complexity of Poverty: A Missing Component of Educational Leadership Programs. Linda L. Lyman, Christine J. Villani. This paper presents findings of a study that explored how staff and parents experienced one school's environment, particularly, the relati'onship between the principal's caring leadership and th. More).

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Lyman, Linda L. (2000) How do they know you care?the principal's challenge New York : Teachers College Press . Lyman ; foreword by Roland S. Barth. Genres: Electronic books. (2000) How do they know you care?the principal's challenge New York : Teachers College Press, MLA Citation. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Main Author: Lyman, Linda L. Published: New York : Teachers College Press, c2000.

Linda L. Lyman is a professor in the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations at Illinois State University. Her previous book is titled How Do They Know You Care? The Principal's Challenge

Linda L. Dr. Lyman was a faculty member at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, for nine years, before joining the faculty at Illinois State University in 2000. Her previous book is titled How Do They Know You Care? The Principal's Challenge. Lyman's career has included positions as a secondary English teacher, regional consultant in staff development and gifted education in Nebraska, and administrative assistant at the Nebraska Department of Education.

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In this ethnographic report of a three-year case study, readers meet and watch a school principal in action, seeing how his caring leadership makes a difference to learning. The author synthesizes theory and research on caring leadership in elementary, middle, and high schools.
  • Perius
In her recently published book, Linda Lyman shares an aspect of leadership that focuses on caring and its implications for learning within schools. She does this through an ethnographic approach by observing a caring principal within the context of an entire school community. First, Lyman introduces a caring environment within a theoretical context. Then, she profiles the principal, Kenneth H. Hinton, by providing an historical background of the school and community with various themes and implications for caring. Each chapter is rife with specific experiences illustrating examples with references to research on caring. Through the comments of Hinton, his colleagues, the children, and their parents, readers get a glimpse of what a significant difference caring leadership makes within their learning community. Questions at the end of each chapter provide focus for personal reflection and grist for further dialogue. Lyman chronicles Hinton as a catalyst who not only shapes change for what is best for children, but he transforms lives and learning through caring. The reader can, then, better recognize and reflect upon how caring makes a positive difference within a learning environment. Not only is this a provocative and inspiring read, but Lyman articulates and illustrates a critical component of learning which is caring that might otherwise be difficult to illuminate. At a time when publics continue to scrutinize the quality of learning within schools, Lyman provides a refreshing articulation and detailed description of how caring schools come to be and the tremendous rewards for all involved. Lyman's research and literary contributions provide hope as well as specific ingredients for a personal and professional commitment to children and caring. This book provides reason for further critical reflection and dialogue on this topic.
  • Melipra
Linda Lyman has captured the essence of the typical experiences for a principal working in a high poverty school. The object of her research, Kenneth Hinton, is a remarkable principal. His decisions are grounded in doing what is best for children. He cares. He cares enough to make tough decisions that can be risky for any principal. Lyman sets the groundwork for understanding the principalship and leads the reader to understand the work of servant leaders. In addition to the stories, she provides an excellent background for the theory of educational leadership and a template for turnaround principals. This book should be reading for every school board and every person seeking to become an administrator.
Kathleen Hickey