Description - Supporting and Sustaining Teachers' Professional Development by Marilyn Tallerico
* Organized around three key national standards for professional development: content, process, & context * Presents five differentiated collaborative modules * Emphasizes research & practice for administrators * Concept maps, tables, and charts emphasize key points Nurture teacher development through focused and realistic approaches! Although school administrators consider supporting and sustaining teachers' professional development a priority, more pressing day-to-day imperatives often eclipse this goal. Supporting and Sustaining Teachers' Professional Development specifically targets busy headteachers who want practical suggestions for how to balance these everyday administrative tasks with encouraging teacher's professional growth. New, experienced, and aspiring school leaders will learn how to improve student achievement, retain highly qualified teachers, and ground school practices in sound research by learning how to encourage your teachers while remaining committed to your leadership responsibilities.
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Author Biography - Marilyn Tallerico
Marilyn Tallerico is a professor of Educational Leadership at Syracuse University. She teaches graduate courses in professional development, curriculum leadership, assessment of teaching, and politics of education. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Staff Development, as well as numerous other research and practitioner journals. She is widely published in the areas of the superintendency, gender, and educational leadership. Her two prior books were Accessing the Superintendency: The unwritten Rules (2000) and City Schools: Leading the Way (1993), the latter co-edited with Patrick B. Forsyth. A theme throughout her work is how educational leaders can promote equity and excellence in the public schools. She has facilitated professional development for school board members, administrators, and teachers. She currently serves on the editorial board of the American Educational Research Journal, and has previously served on the boards of The Educational Administration Quarterly, and the Journal of School Leadership. Her community service and scholarship have been supported by the Educational Foundation of the American Association of University Women, the National Policy Board on Educational Administration, and the New York State Association for Women in Administration. Prior to her position at the university, Marilyn served 12 years in the public schools in Connecticut and Arizona. She has been a central office curriculum administrator, a coordinator of bilingual and English-as-a-Second Language programs, and a Spanish teacher.