Exploring New Approaches to Teacher Leadership for School Improvement
by Mark A. Smylie, Sharon Conley & Helen M. Marks — 2002
We begin with a brief historical review describing the evolution of teacher leadership since the early 1900s. Then we examine teacher research as a form of teacher leadership. We explore several models of distributive school leadership. Finally we consider self-managed teams as means of teacher leadership and substitutes for administrative leadership.
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