Developing and Sustaining Leadership in Science Educationby: Norman G. Lederman and Judith S. Lederman

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It can be argued that the most important guiding force leading to a teacher’s continued improvement is having a good role model, such as a colleague who is an experienced leader. This chapter provides a detailed description of a master’s degree program that specifically targets the skills and abilities necessary to become an instructional leader at the secondary level. Additionally, the chapter describes methods used to ensure continued effectiveness following completion of the program.

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2/21/2009

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  • on Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:58 PM

This chapter gives an overview of a masters program designed to develop leadership in science education. If you are looking for a masters in science leadership, or if you are interested in learning about specific activities that can develop your leadership skills, you will find this chapter useful. Items such as grant writing, curriculum development, presenting at conferences, and submitting manuscripts for publication are all discussed.

Patricia  (Pottstown, PA)
Patricia (Pottstown, PA)


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