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Culturally Proficient Collaboration

Author : Diana L. Stephens
ISBN : 9781452269627
Genre : Education
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Optimize school counselors and raise your school’s cultural competence The authors make a compelling case for recognizing professional school counselors as leaders of 21st-century change rather than "gatekeepers" of the status quo. Today’s school leaders need to acknowledge counselors’ value in the necessary work of providing equitable resources and opportunities for children in today’s multicultural environment. Aligned with the American School Counselor Association National Model for school counseling programs, this book provides a conceptual framework and practical protocols for utilizing school counselors as: Change agents for school improvement Creators of results-based programs Equity advocates for all students This book shows how to make the most of school leadership teams by empowering counselors to contribute to each school’s success.

School Counselors As Educational Leaders

Author : Joyce DeVoss
ISBN : 0618567933
Genre : Education
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This text prepares school counselors-in-training to become effective educational leaders, advocates, and collaborators through exposure to current educational leadership and advocacy models. Relevant skill-building exercises encourage active involvement. Counseling and leadership theoretical foundations are integrated with practical principles and skills. Exercises provide students with opportunities to reflect on their own leadership qualities, beliefs, and practices. Students are encouraged to keep a journal of observations, key learning, and a list of student-generated topics for group discussions.

Culturally Proficient Inclusive Schools

Author : Delores B. Lindsey
ISBN : 9781506356280
Genre : Education
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Create inclusive educational environments that benefit ALL learners! As schools become more diverse with students of differing abilities and needs, this self-reflective and action-oriented guide helps you create and support more inclusive schools and classrooms that intentionally educate all students. Using the Five Essential Elements of Cultural Proficiency as a roadmap, this book presents: • Students’ learning differences as just that – differences rather than deficits • Strategies that show you how to break though the common barriers to culturally proficient and inclusive schooling • Assessments that gauge your awareness and show you how to best serve every student’s needs

Culturally Proficient Learning Communities

Author : Delores B. Lindsey
ISBN : 9781412972277
Genre : Education
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Integrating the four Tools of Cultural Proficiency with the PLC framework, this guide provides school leaders with practical strategies for building equity-focused PLCs to help all students achieve.

What They Don T Tell You In Schools Of Education About School Administration

Author : John A. Black
ISBN : 0810842963
Genre : Education
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Possibly the all-time best-selling book on school administration. It has been reprinted many times, and has sold tens of thousands of copies. Highly praised in reviews, it is an assigned texts in many graduate education courses on school administration. Like no other book on this subject written before, it is about swimming with the sharks and surviving.

Cultural Proficiency

Author : Randall B. Lindsey
ISBN : 9781412963626
Genre : Education
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This powerful third edition offers fresh approaches that enable school leaders to engage in effective interactions with students, educators, and the communities they serve.

Culturally Proficient Leadership

Author : Raymond D. Terrell
ISBN : 9781412969161
Genre : Education
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Addressing a broad range of equity issues, this interactive guide provides reflective questions and personal narratives to help leaders examine how underlying beliefs affect leadership practice.

Narrative Counseling In Schools

Author : John Winslade
ISBN : 9781483361932
Genre : Education
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Help students shed negative labels and develop healthy behaviors! This updated edition will assist students in narrating stories that "redescribe" who they are and who they can be.

A Practical Guide For Crisis Response In Our Schools

Author : Mark D. Lerner
ISBN : 0967476232
Genre : Crisis intervention (Mental health services)
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Teaching And Supporting Migrant Children In Our Schools

Author : Reyes L. Quezada
ISBN : 9781475821130
Genre : Education
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General approaches to multiculturalism run the risk of overlooking an increasingly diverse student population that deserves special consideration and attention: students from immigrant backgrounds whose families toil the fields in order to provide better educational opportunities for their children. This book’s purpose is to guide educators to think deeply about their roles and responsibilities in the education of children of farmworker families in our nation’s schools. Readers will view their classrooms, schools, districts, and the migrant programs they lead in a broad and inclusive manner through the lens of cultural proficiency. The initial steps when embracing cultural proficiency entails thinking reflectively about one’s own values and behaviors and the school’s policies and practices toward children of farmworker families. Cultivating a willingness, openness and commitment to meeting the challenges and opportunities of this often-invisible aspect of diversity is an important first step for the development of effective educational practices for migrant students and their families. The cultural proficiency framework can inform staff development models for working effectively with migrant students and their families.

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