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Over the last few decades power, information and resources have moved from being concentrated in the hands of a relatively small number of people and institutions, to being dispersed across many. Events on the world stage such as the arrival of Wikileaks, the Arab Spring of 2011, the Global Financial Crisis, the social media revolution and flashpoints such as the British MP Expenses Scandal have further hastened this process.
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The Problem with Math is English: A Language-Focused Approach to Giving All Students a Deeper Understanding of Mathematics
Shows teachers in grades 3-8 how to teach standard math content in a way that ensures students will comprehend the underlying concepts. Especially helpful for teaching ELL students and others who struggle with math.
In a new book, leadership coach and strategy expert Erika Andersen addresses this pervasive and pressing need from a new perspective – offering a strategic plan for how to lead so people will follow.
Drawing on his work leading high-stakes ideation sessions at more than 300 organizations, Bryan W. Mattimore explains the how, what, and why of successful ideation and provides a framework for when and how to apply various techniques.
With more than one billion users on Facebook and Twitter alone, social media has evolved from much more than just a marketing tactic; it’s transformed into one of the most effective communication tools available. Many books teach the mechanics of using Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to compete in business. But few reveal the sometimes counterintuitive rules of creating true worth that is unique to the social space—you must continually deliver value when, where, and how people want to receive it.
Dealing With Tough Stuff covers all the trickiest parts of working as a school administrator, including handling discipline effectively, framing difficult staff conversations, conducting investigations, and dealing with school crises. These are all the things administrators aren’t taught in Ed school, but they must do well in order to be effective in the job.
A groundbreaking book that builds on Daniel Goleman’s emotional and social learning to foster a new type of learning, one that prepares young people for the ecological challenges we face.
The follow up from the best-selling The Networked Nonprofit, Beth Kanter helps nonprofits take the next step to measure their effectiveness
The "how-not-to" leadership book
Think Like a Futurist in Business: Train Your Brain to Get Unstuck from the Present and Outperform the Competition
Push past resistance to discover and own new business territories
Top Wiley Authors, Experts on Trust to Speak at Consortium for Trustworthy Organizations Inaugural Summit
The WILEY LEARNING INSTITUTE™(www.WileyLearningInstitute.com) is now offering faculty & campus leaders the opportunity to learn from internationally recognized speakers and thought leaders.
Social Media For School Leaders: How to Create an Effective Social Media Strategy or a School or District
School leaders may be familiar with social media in their own lives, but many still need help in effectively using social media in their professional practice? In SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOOL LEADERS, author Brian Dixon, an expert in social media in education, offers detailed descriptions of the best online tools available today and provides step-by-step instructions for using them to move a school community from awareness to advocacy and from feedback to collaboration.
How to turn personal passion into an organization with impact
Seasoned writer and academic leader Jeffrey Buller provides a concise, practical, sensible guide for academic leaders who must conduct faculty evaluations.
Neil Cole (author of Organic Church) challenges established churches to transfuse themselves with the life-giving qualities and energy of Jesus' original vision for what the church should be and do.
This comprehensive, practical book provides the most up-to-date research on the factors that contribute to retention and strategies for increasing student persistence and retention in higher education.
This is a practical, comprehensive professional handbook for those working in and administrating college athletics, recreation, and fitness programs. It also serves as a textbook for graduate students in courses or programs on intercollegiate athletics and recreation administration.
Efrem Smith answers questions about his new book, The Post-Black and Post-White Church.