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by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell
Author: Susan Kammeraad-Campbell
Publisher: Plume; Revised edition (February 1, 1991)
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Doc: The Story of Dennis Littky and His Fight for a Better School. Susan Kammeraad-Campbell (2005). Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Excellence Through Equity: Five Principles of Courageous Leadership to Guide Achievement for Every Student Archived 2015-11-25 at the Wayback Machine Alan M. Blankstein, Pedro Noguera (2015). This article about an American educator is a stub. php?title Dennis Littky&oldid 890098700".
Susan Kammeraad-Campbell. This is a paperbound reprint of a 1998 book. Charismatic new principal Dennis Littky transformed Thayer High School, in the tiny rural town of Wincester, New Hampshire, from a run-down district joke to a national showplace, and met resistance from the local school board every step of the way. Kammerad-Campbell, a journalist who originally covered Littky for the New England This is a paperbound reprint of a 1998 book. The book is interesting - but it is the educational philosophy of Dennis that is most interesting.
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The biography of Big Picture Schools co-founder Dennis Littky, Doc: The Story Of Dennis Littky And His Fight For A Better School, by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell may be the first school reform thriller. The book chronicles how Littky transformed a failing school and was wrongfully fired the second political winds changed. Anyone interested in reforming public education would be well advised to read this exciting page-turner. MacArthur Genius Deborah Meier has forgotten more about effective teaching and urban school reform than today’s entire generation of reformers ever knew.
Further reading Susan Kammeraad-Campbell (2005)
He was the subject of the 1992 NBC film A Town Torn Apart and the 1989 book Teacher: Dennis Littky's Fight for a Better School by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell, on which the film was based. He was portrayed in the film by Michael Tucker. Doc: The Story of Dennis Littky and His Fight for a Better School. Excellence Through Equity: Five Principles of Courageous Leadership to Guide Achievement for Every Student Alan M. This was new principal Dennis Littky’s message to his staff at Thayer High School-the vision that would guide the rural school’s journey from run-down district joke to national showplace. Our role is to look at every student as an individual and to help him or her grow. The unorthodox methods he championed, including integrated subject matter, team teaching, apprenticeship, advisories, and individualized curriculum, shook up the failing school and helped to transform a disaffected and dropout-prone student body into a proud and vibrant community of learners.
He was the subject of the 1992 NBC film A Town Torn Apart and the 1989 book Teacher: Dennis Littky's Fight for a Better School by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell, on which the film was based. In 2003, Littky received the Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education. The following year, he was ranked fourth on Fast Company's Top 50 Innovators.
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Story of Dennis Littky and His Fight for a Better School, by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell . Littky’s methods strike some as unconventional. He believes that the traditional school model is not conducive to learning
Story of Dennis Littky and His Fight for a Better School, by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell, and in a 1992 NBC movie, A Town Torn Apart), worked at the Brown University’s Annenberg Institute for Educational Reform, founded Big Picture Learning and another high school, this time in Providence, Rhode Island, and finally (so far), founding College Unbound. He believes that the traditional school model is not conducive to learning. In his schools, he gets rid of bells because he hates the thought of a suddenly ringing bell interrupting a productive conversation or lesson.