Seven habits of highly effective schools.

Seven  habits  of  highly  effective  schools
1.Create  the  right  culture  and  climate
2.Use  research  and  evidence
3.Draw  on  pupil-­‐centred  leadership  evidence
4.Build  resilient  learners
5.Use  dialogic  teaching  methods  effectively
6.Make  good  use  of  the  flipped  classroom
7.Manage  change  for  long  term
see research from Andy Buck
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