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Leading Academic Change. Essential Roles for Department Chairs

  • ID: 2212272
  • Book
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Top academic scholars, authors, and consultants address topics and trends as diverse as service learning, technological change, curriculum renewal, faculty reward systems, and post–tenure review. They offer models to help department chairs and administrators work through the change process, including recommAndations based on real–world experiences. They also integrate the latest research with examples of best practices into a readable, accessible format.
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LEADING CHANGE.

A Teamwork Approach to Change in the Academic Department (A. Lucas).

A Collaborative Model for Leading Academic Change (A. Lucas).

Handling Resistance to Change (S. Cheldelin).

Transforming Departments into Productive Learning Communities (T. Angelo).

THE COLLABORATIVE ROLE OF THE CHAIR IN DEPARTMENTAL CHANGE.

The Departmental Statement on Promotion and Tenure: A Key to Successful Leadership (R. Diamond).

Post–Tenure Review (C. Licata).

Strengthening the Departmental Voice in the Faculty Reward System (H. Altman).

LEADING INNOVATIVE CHANGE IN CURRICULUM AND TEACHING.

Monitoring and Improving Educational Quality in the Academic Department (L. Gardiner).

Service Learning and the Engaged Department: A Strategy with Many Uses (E. Zlotkowski).

Giving Faculty Ownership of Technological Change in the Department (A. Bates).

Leading Curriculum Renewal (A. Ferren & K. Mussell).

The Academy as Learning Community: Contradiction in Terms or Realizable Future? (P. Senge).
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Ann F. Lucas
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