Learning as a Way of Leading: Lessons from the Struggle for Social Justice
November 2008, Jossey-Bass
1 The Essence of Learning Leadership.
2 Learning to Be Open to the Contributions of Others.
3 Learning Critical Reflection.
4 Learning to Support the Growth of Others.
5 Learning Collective Leadership.
6 Learning to Analyze Experience.
7 Learning to Question.
8 Learning Democracy.
9 Learning to Sustain Hope in the Face of Struggle.
10 Learning to Create Community.
11 Appraising and Modeling Learning Leadership.
Stephen Preskill is chair of the Department of Education at Wagner College in New York City. He held the Jane Simmons McKimmon Professorship of Leadership Studies at Peace College in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Stephen D. Brookfield is Distinguished University Professor at the University of St. Thomas, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Preskill and Bookfield are the coauthors of Discussion as a Way of Teaching, second edition, from Jossey-Bass.
It is both a thought provoking book and a practical guide. It gives models, but urges us to reflect and analyze our own experiences. It is definitely grounded in adult learning principles, and pushes the limits of our current thinking. I will definitely introduce this model, Preskill and Brookfield’s ideas, to my doctoral students this fall. How could I not?”
—The National Teaching and Learning Forum
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