Collaborative Leadership for the Classroom: Leading Gen Z Students by writer Don Broadwell praised for his exemplary work was given flattering and top critical reviews by Readers’ Favorite.
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Jack Magnus, Christian Sia, Deborah Lloyd, Gisela Dixon, Marta Tandori, are just among the many authors who posted a few gems of comments for the readers.
Magnus said, “Collaborative Leadership for the Classroom is most highly recommended! As I read his chapters describing how collaboration works best, I wished I had known about this when I was a manager sandwiched between the needs of my staff and the demands of management. My organization was committed to downsizing and instilling in their employees the belief that they existed to serve their superiors rather than encouraging workers to feel they had a stake in the firm’s functioning as valued members. I share Broadwell’s hope that the current administration begins to define an education policy that makes each school “a place of vitality and excitement rather than fear and loathing.”
Marta Tandori added, “Broadwell’s book extols the positive aspects of collaborative leadership in the classroom. This will result in teachers finding it easier to change their classrooms into a problem-solving whole by energizing and implementing solutions among pupils which, in turn, has proven to raise student achievement.”
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About the Author
Trained at Princeton, Don Broadwell has earned a master’s degree in counseling and is a former Marine Corps captain. While he is well versed in top-down leadership, he has taught nonhierarchical deciding at the University of Idaho/Coeur d’Alene, and Seattle Pacific University for more than 20 years. Don is currently a faculty instructor at Green River College and directs The Collaborative Center in suburban Maple Valley, Washington.
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