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The Collective Wisdom of Practice
Leading Our Professional Learning From Success

A Joint Publication with Learning Forward



200 pages | Corwin

 
Preface
 
Chapter 1: Shifting Schools toward Collaborative Learning Communities
 
Chapter 2: How to Learn Collectively: Gleaning Wisdom from Professionals’ Problems and Successes
 
Chapter 3: Juggling Our Mindsets: Educators' Perceptions of Collective Learning from Success
 
Chapter 4: The Learning from Success Journey: Enacting Wisdom
 
Chapter 5: The National Program for Learning from Success in Schools
 
Chapter 6: Switching Gears: Learning from Success and Learning from Problems as a Catalyst to Growth and Change
 
Conclusion: Let’s Start Our Journey: Enacting Educators' Successful Wisdom of Practice
 
References

"Schechter provides a refreshing lens for examining and learning from past events by showing what is made possible when teams focus on success rather than harp on failure.  If you’re looking to improve the school improvement process, this thought-provoking text just might be the impetus for shifting mindsets from a deficient to an asset-based model."

Jenni Donohoo, Provincial Literacy Lead, Council of Ontario Directors of Education

"Anyone interested in school improvement will benefit from the wisdom of Chen Schechter's wise analysis in this important volume."

Sam Wineburg, Margaret Jacks Professor of Education and History
Standford University

"Roland Barth once pondered, out loud, how many children’s lives might be saved if teachers were to disclose what they know to one another.  Schechter highlights the importance of collective learning among educators, proposing a process by which teachers share their wisdom.  This wisdom is gleaned through reflection, especially through the framework of learning from success."

Megan Tschannen-Moran, Professor of Educational Leadership
College of William & Mary

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