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The Oiq Factor: Raising Your School's Organizational Intelligence (World Class Schools)

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This fascinating book, written by two experts in school improvement, is for teachers and school leaders who are looking for ways to raise the organizational intelligence quotient (OIQ) of their classrooms and their schools. It is ideal for those who perceive themselves as the facilitators of learning - for students, for colleagues and for themselves. If schools are to be ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published July 15th 2013 by John Catt Educational
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Stuart Macalpine
Dec 18, 2013 Stuart Macalpine rated it it was amazing
This work pulls together the Powells' insights into what I would call (and they probably wouldn't) humane schooling, that respects the developmental needs of both students and teachers. It is utopian and practical at once. What a great book. Having been to their workshops, it is also clear that they know how to promote adult learning to achieve such ends; this isn't an 'academic' book - it is a handbook to school improvement.

I particularly like their insight that prestigious international school
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Certainly like what I have read so far. It connects very nicely to Robert Garmston's sollaborative groups that I am working through.
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American writer mostly known for his publication "The anarchist cookbook" which he denounced since then saying "I want to state categorically that I am not in agreement with the contents of The Anarchist Cookbook and I would be very pleased (and relieved) to see its publication discontinued. I consider it to be a misguided and potentially dangerous publication which should be taken out of print.”

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