Learn how to adapt leadership and keep motivation alive in a remote learning setting or hybrid school. In this essential book, bestselling authors Ronald Williamson and Barbara R. Blackburn share frameworks and tools you can use to immediately make a difference in your school. You’ll learn how to do the following:
- Navigate the change process in remote learning
- Maintain a collaborative remote learning school
- Address equity issues in remote instruction
- Communicate effectively across online platforms
- Provide essential professional development remotely
The chapter coverage ranges from school culture, to collaboration, to instructional leadership, to focusing on your own effective leadership. You will gain practical strategies and tips you can implement immediately to help your school and community flourish in a remote learning environment.
Table of Contents
Meet the Authors
Chapter One Leadership for Remote Learning
Chapter Two Navigating the Change Process in Remote Learning
Chapter Three Nurturing Your School’s Culture in a Remote Setting
Chapter Four Maintaining a Collaborative Remote Learning School
Chapter Five Communicating Effectively During Remote Learning
Chapter Six Instructional Leadership in a Remote Learning Setting
Chapter Seven Providing Essential Professional Development Remotely
Chapter Eight Ensuring Equity During Remote Instruction
Chapter Nine Challenges and Concerns Related to Remote Learning and Leadership
Chapter Ten Focusing on Yourself as a Leader in a Remote Environment
Ronald Williamson is Professor of Educational Leadership at Eastern Michigan University, USA. He is a former principal, central office administrator and executive director of the National Middle School Association (now AMLE).
Barbara R. Blackburn, a "Top 30 Global Guru in Education," is a bestselling author and sought-after consultant. She was an award-winning professor at Winthrop University and has taught students of all ages. In addition to speaking at conferences worldwide, she regularly presents virtual and on-site workshops for teachers and administrators.
"Overall, this book is worth reading regardless of crises like the COVID-19 pandemic, because remote learning is becoming a viable alternative to traditional instruction during times such as inclement weather or natural disasters, when students are unable to attend school physically. Each chapter includes workplace scenarios that school principals may encounter, which helps readers develop a sense of reality by immersing themselves in real workplace situations. "
- Ahlam Lee, Teachers College Record