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Chapter 2 An Approach to Using Reflective Writing to Develop Teacher Leaders
Author: Phil Quirke
In: Developing Teachers as Leaders
Chapter 6 Patterns of Participation in Reflective Writing and Their Implications for Teacher Leadership Development
In: Developing Teachers as Leaders
Chapter 1 Reflective Writing and Its Potential for Developing Teacher Leaders
In: Developing Teachers as Leaders
Chapter 7 Reflective Writing to Develop Teacher Leaders
In: Developing Teachers as Leaders
This book focuses on reflective writing, guiding teachers to recognize their potential as professional leaders. The shift to online and blended learning models now favored in education encourages a broader understanding of leadership, particularly its growing relevance to teachers. These models, combined with reflective writing, foster flexible, inclusive teacher learning that responds to each teacher’s strengths, can be used individually and collaboratively to develop teachers as leaders inside and outside the classroom who are critically involved in creating their own professional learning environments. The authors examine leadership in a global range of teaching contexts, each chapter raising diverse issues for teachers aspiring to be leaders in this post-COVID world.

All royalties from this book are donated to the Instituto dos Cegos da Paraiba Adalgisa Cunha (ICPAC), a school in João Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil, that serves the low vision and blind community in the area. For years, the Institute has collaborated as a supervised internship site for various teacher education university programs, providing inspiring field work experiences such as those described in Chapter 4 by Carla Reichmann. Brill is proud to support this important cause and match the donation to the Instituto dos Cegos da Paraiba Adalgisa Cunha (ICPAC).