Deep ChangeDeep Change

The concept of " teacher as learner " must be explored more deeply by educators . ... Deep Change : Professional Development from the Inside Out examines both theory and practice and recommends five key processes for increasing teacher ...

Author: Angela B. Peery

Publisher: R&L Education

ISBN: 1578860482


Page: 143

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Many reforms undertaken in the name of greater student learning also apply to the ongoing learning of teachers. In Deep Change, Peery examines both theory and practice and recommends five key processes for increasing teacher learning, which will improve staff development at a minimal cost. Peery also includes numerous examples of teacher growth taken from diverse contexts.

Deep ChangeDeep Change

Personal Steps to Change 1. List the ten most significant personal changes you have ever made. 2. Sort the changes listed in Item 1 into two categories: incremental change and deep change. 3. Summarize your personal experience with deep ...

Author: Robert E. Quinn

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470545102


Page: 256

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Don't let your company kill you! Open this book at your own risk. It contains ideas that may lead to a profound self-awakening. An introspective journey for those in the trenches of today's modern organizations, Deep Change is a survival manual for finding our own internal leadership power. By helping us learn new ways of thinking and behaving, it shows how we can transform ourselves from victims to powerful agents of change. And for anyone who yearns to be an internally driven leader, to motivate the people around them, and return to a satisfying work life, Deep Change holds the key.

Deep ChangeDeep Change

In Part Two, Programs of Significance and Deep Change, five chapters report cases of district, state, or larger programs of importance. Chapter 10, “That Dog Won't Hunt!” confirms the importance of collaboration and determination within ...

Author: Gerald Ponder

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781607526766


Page: 377

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This book presents cases of schools (Part One) and programs at the district level and beyond (Part Two) in which reform, while driven by high-stakes accountability, became larger and deeper through data-driven dialogue, culture change, organizational learning, and other elements of high performing cultures. Commentaries on cross-case patterns by Ann Lieberman and Michael Fullan and a chapter on "now what?" first steps provide implications for initiating deep change that results in improved student learning outcomes even in challenging activity settings.

The Deep Change Field GuideThe Deep Change Field Guide

Often I am told, “What you don't understand is that we don't have the time to make the deep change you are recommending.” This statement is supposedly about time. It is not. It is about work avoidance. Deep change is adaptive work.

Author: Robert E. Quinn

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470902165


Page: 208

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How to realize your own leadership potential Based on the bestselling book, Deep Change, The Deep Change Field Guide takes readers through the introspective journey of personal transformation. The field guide streamlines, updates, and augments the content of the original book into an interactive self-teaching course that helps readers learn how to become powerful agents of change. Learning tools include reflection questions, film assignments, and action plans that help readers think about the concepts in terms of their own situations, and identify actions to embody the concepts in their lives. The field guide has been carefully designed so that individual learners can gain the same benefits that students have long enjoyed in the author's courses, and the learning tools also lend themselves to both the academic and professional classroom. Complements to Robert Quinn's bestselling book Deep Change Includes exercise, reflective questions, and worksheets throughout Provides reader with a "self-help" guide to overcoming the personal and professional obstacles that prevent transformational leadership For anyone who yearns to be an internally driven leader, to motivate the people around them, and develop a satisfying work life, The Deep Change Field Guide holds the key.

Deep Change and Emergent Structures in Global SocietyDeep Change and Emergent Structures in Global Society

Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019 A. M. Maccarini, Deep Change and Emergent Structures in Global Society, 185 The chapter comprises three analytical steps. First, I review some.

Author: Andrea M. Maccarini

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030136246


Page: 287

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This book addresses the problem of the transition to new forms of social order in the global world. As a haunting sense of historical discontinuity pervades Western societies, it offers a fresh perspective on the issue, focusing on two basic coordinates to pinpoint the developmental path of rapidly changing societies: one is the mechanism of unfettered social morphogenesis and the other is the specific kind of societal unification brought about by globalization, with the related closure of the world. The book draws on the theoretical work produced in the five volumes of the Springer series ‘’Social Morphogenesis’’ and applies it in a sustained and concerted approach to the empirical examination of macro-social change. The first part of the book presents the social ontology of the morphogenetic approach, and discusses its capacity to interpret macrosocial transitions. The second part then draws a prospective outline of the social formation known as the ‘morphogenic society,’ showing how unbound morphogenesis in a globalized world shapes such crucial phenomena as social norms, war and violence, openness and closure as adaptive responses from social organizations. Lastly, the third part examines the anthropological consequences of these societal trends, focusing on self and character as well as on human fulfillment and the ‘good life’.

Deep ocean climate change impacts on habitat fish and fisheriesDeep ocean climate change impacts on habitat fish and fisheries

Changes in primary production and POC flux Energy in the form of organic carbon is transferred to the deep sea mainly via the sinking of particulate organic carbon (POC), which is largely produced in surface waters as a result of ...

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.

ISBN: 9789251311264


Page: 192

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This publication presents the outcome of a meeting between the FAO/UNEP ABNJ Deep-seas and Biodiversity project and the Deep Ocean Stewardship Initiative. It focuses on the impacts of climatic changes on demersal fisheries, and the interactions of these fisheries with other species and vulnerable marine ecosystems. Regional fisheries management organizations rely on scientific information to develop advice to managers. In recent decades, climate change has been a focus largely as a unidirectional forcing over decadal timescales. However, changes can occur abruptly when critical thresholds are crossed. Moreover, distribution changes are expected as populations shift from existing to new areas. Hence, there is a need for new monitoring programmes to help scientists understand how these changes affect productivity and biodiversity. The principal cause of climate change is rising greenhouse gases and other compounds in the atmosphere that trap heat causing global warming, leading to deoxygenation and acidification in the oceans. Three-dimensional fully coupled earth system models are used to predict the extent of these changes in the deep oceans at 200–2500 m depth. Trends in changes are identified in many variables, including temperature, pH, oxygen and supply of particulate organic carbon (POC). Regional differences are identified, indicating the complexity of the predictions. The response of various fish and invertebrate species to these changes in the physical environment are analysed using hazard and suitability modelling. Predictions are made to changes in distributions of commercial species, though in practice the processes governing population abundance are poorly understood in the deep-sea environment, and predicted distributional changes are not always as expected and may be manifested as simple disappearance of species or ecosystems. The publication underscores the fact adaptive monitoring and management mechanisms must be in place to ensure that fisheries are sustainable and the environment remains healthy and productive. Suggestions are provided as to the actions necessary.

The Best Teacher in YouThe Best Teacher in You

Deep. Change. As she pursued her vow, Kelli learned to feel, think, and behave in new ways. ... has identified two kinds of change that individuals experience: incremental change and deep change.1 In our lives and in our work, ...

Author: Robert E. Quinn

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN: 9781626561809


Page: 216

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What does teaching look like at its very best? How are great teachers able to ignite a love of learning and change students’ lives? In this book you’ll learn from seven remarkable teachers who stretch beyond the conventional foundations of good teaching to transform their classrooms into exciting, dynamic places where teachers and students cocreate the learning experience. Based on six years of extensive work, the book outlines a framework that identifies four dimensions of effective teaching and learning that are integrated in these highly effective teachers’ classrooms—and that all teachers can use to recognize and release the potential in themselves and their students.

Radical Critiques of the LawRadical Critiques of the Law

If one separates their specific attacks and the changes they propose from their rhetoric and claims to be radical , many of the former can be evaluated and acted on . A great many of the changes are changes that many of those who think ...

Author: Stephen M. Griffin


ISBN: UOM:39015040561956


Page: 360

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The past two decades have seen an outpouring of work in legal theory that is self-consciously critical of aspects of American law and the institutions of the liberal state. In this lively volume, eminent scholars in philosophy, law, and political science respond to this recent scholarship by exploring what constitutes a "radical" critique of the law, examining such theories as critical legal studies, feminist theory and theories of "difference," and critical race theory. The authors consider whether the critiques advanced in recent legal theory can truly be called radical and what form a radical critique of American law should take. Writing at the cutting edge of the critique of critical legal theory, they offer insights first on critical legal scholarship, then on feminist political and legal theory. A third group of contributions questions the radicalness of these approaches in light of their failure to challenge fundamental aspects of liberalism, while a final section focuses on current issues of legal reform through critical views on criminal punishment, including observations on rape and hate speech. Each major essay describes the underlying principles in the development of a radical legal theory and addresses unresolved questions relating to it, while accompanying commentaries present conflicting views. The resulting dialogue explores wide-ranging issues like equity, value relativism, adversarial and empathic legal advocacy, communitarianism and the social contract, impartiality and contingency, "natural" law, and corrective justice. A common thread for many of the articles is a focus on the social dimension of society and law, which finds the individualism of prevailing liberal theories too limiting. Radical Critiques of the Law is particularly unique in presenting critical and feminist approaches in one volume-along with skeptical commentary about just how radical some critiques really are. Proposing alternative critiques that embody considerably greater promise of being truly radical, it offers provocative reading for both philosophers and legal scholars by showing that many claims to radicalism are highly problematic at best.

Economics Mainstream Readings and Radical CritiquesEconomics Mainstream Readings and Radical Critiques

Fragmentation of knowledge may be effective for certain purposes , but it militates against effective , intelligent radical change . WHERE WE ' RE AT We study economics because of a curiosity and concern about people and the way people ...

Author: David Mermelstein


ISBN: UOM:39015031892857


Page: 652

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