This volume combines existing research data and new material gathered by the authors. It presents the underpinning principles and analyzes the complex set of roles and responsibilities undertaken by subject leaders. It also provides practical advice for subject leaders illustrated by case studies and tasks which are addressed directly to subject leaders. The authors have taken a generic approach, looking at issues such as changing roles and responsibilities, planning for teaching and learning, working with colleagues and others, managing resources and bringing about school improvement, that have to be addressed by all subject leaders whatever their particular area of responsibility.
Education-Teaching, Schools-Teaching, Education-Theory,