Distributed Leadership for Equity & Learning Toolset

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Further reading
  • Cameron, D. H., Gauthier, G., Ryerson, R. & Kokis, J. (2011) ‘Teacher professional learning from the ‘inside out’: Studying the student experience as means to teacher action and new knowledge', Report, Ontario Ministry of Education, Canada. Retrieved from: https://www.tcdsb.org/ProgramsServices/SchoolProgramsK12/SEF/SWS/Articles/Documents/Learning%20From%20the%20Inside%20Out%20DHC.pdf
  • Gratton, L. (2007) Hot Spots, Harlow: Pearson Education.
  • Hargreaves, A. & Shirley, D. (2009) The Fourth Way, Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
  • Frost, D. (2008), Teacher leadership: values and voice, School Leadership & Management 28 (4).
  • OECD (2013),Innovative Learning Environments, Educational Research and Innovation, OECD Publishing. DOI: 10.1787/9789264203488-en
  • Slavin, R. E. (2010) ‘Co-operative learning: what makes group-work work?’ In H. Dumont, D. Istance & F. Benavides (Eds), The Nature of Learning, Paris: OECD.
  • Western, S. (2013) Leadership: A Critical Text (Second Edition), London: Sage.
  • Woods, G. J. & Woods, P. A. (2013) Degrees of Democracy Framework: A Review of its use and impact. A report prepared for the School of Education, University of Hertfordshire, UK. Available at http://researchprofiles.herts.ac.uk/portal/en/projects/degrees-of-democracy-a-review-of-its-use-and-impact(a02af90c-0584-4cd4-9cf9-f8d1764de1ef).html
  • Woods, P. A. (2005) Democratic Leadership in Education. London: Sage.
  • Woods, P. A. (2011) Transforming Education Policy: Shaping a democratic future. Bristol: Policy Press.
  • Woods, P. A. & Roberts, A. (2013a) Distributed Leadership and Social Justice (DLSJ): National Review, paper for European Policy Network on School Leadership (EPNoSL). (Available at https://herts.academia.edu/PhilipWoods)
  • Woods, P. A. & Roberts, A. (2013b) Distributed Leadership and Social Justice: A case study investigation of distributed leadership and the extent to which it promotes social justice and democratic practices, in L. Moos & P. Hatzopolous (eds), School Leadership as a driving force for equity and learning: Comparative perspective, European Policy Network on School Leadership, 2013. (Available at http://www.schoolleadership.eu/sites/default/files/epnosl-d4.1.pdf)
  • Woods, P. A. & Woods, G. J. (2013) ‘Deepening Distributed Leadership: A democratic perspective on power, purpose and the concept of the self’, Leadership in Education (Vodenje v vzgoji in izobraževanju), 2: 17-40. An English language version is available to download under 'Papers' at https://herts.academia.edu/PhilipWoods.
  • Woods, P. A., Roberts, A. & Woods, G. J. (forthcoming) Newness Against the Grain: Democratic emergence in organisational and professional practice, in S. Weber (ed) Organization and the New: Discourses, Agents, Ecologies of Innovation, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

    Information sheets are available at http://herts.academia.edu/PhilipWoods (under ‘Teaching Documents’), on
    - a typology of social justice (A Four-fold Approach to Social Justice)
    - holistic democracy

    Acknowledgements
    We would like to thank the numerous people in EPNoSL and beyond who shared their ideas about the toolset and/or commented on draft versions, including: Carl Bagley, Giovanna Barzona, Agnieszka Czejkowska, Ton Duif, Sally Graham, Tom Hamilton, Chris Harrison, Yasmin Imani, Joy Jarvis, Roger Levy, Janet Monahan, Brett Pugh, and Sophie Ward.

    Content development team
    This toolset has been prepared by the University of Hertfordshire Team, Philip Woods and Amanda Roberts for the European Policy Network on School Leadership (EPNoSL).
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