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More About This Title Scaling Up Success: Lessons Learned from Technology-Based Educational Improvement
James P. Honan is a lecturer on education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Laurence C. Peters currently directs the Mid-Atlantic Regional Technology in Education (MAR*TEC) based at Temple University, Philadelphia. Prior to taking this position, he was a senior education policy advisor for the U.S. Department of Education during the Clinton Administration.
1. Moving from Successful Local Practice to Effective State Policy: Lessons from Union City (Fred Carrigg, Margaret Honey, Ron Thorpe).
2. Dewey Goes Digital: Scaling Up Constructivist Pedagogies and the Promise of New Technologies (Martha Stone Wiske, David Perkins).
3. Adapting Innovations to Particular Contexts of Use: A Collaborative Framework (Barry J. Fishman).
4. Designing for Scalable Educational Improvement: Processes of Inquiry in Practice (Susan R. Goldman).
5. Scaling Up Professional Development in the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Chile (Laurence C. Peters).
6. Technology as Proteus: Digital Infrastructures That Empower Scaling Up (Chris Dede, Robert Nelson).
7. Scaling Up Data Use in Classrooms, Schools, and Districts (Sam Stringfield, Jeffrey C. Wayman, Mary E. Yakimowski-Srebnick).
8. Foundations for Success in the Great City Schools: Lessons from Some Faster-Improving Districts (Michael Casserly, Jason C. Snipes).
9. Scaling Up Technology-Based Educational Innovations (Barbara Means, William R. Penuel).
10. Critiquing and Improving the Use of Data from High-Stakes Tests with the Aid of Dynamic Statistics Software (Jere Confrey, Katie M. Makar).
11. Scaling Up Success: A Synthesis of Themes and Insights (Chris Dede, James P. Honan).
--Thomas W. Payzant, superintendent, Boston Public Schools
"A thoughtful and important update on the power and potential of information technology in education, and a must-read for anyone wondering if the computer revolution can and should make it to our nation’s classroom."
--Michael J. Feuer, executive director, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, The National Academics
"Scaling Up Success offers two important benefits. First, the authors provide very useful and interesting examples of technology-based innovations. Second, the authors’ discussions of the challenges involved in taking improvements to scale have relevance beyond technology."
--Susan Fuhrman, dean, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania
"Scaling Up Success includes an impressive array of authors in one volume and provides key lessons learned on the reform scale up process, and on the transfer technological innovations in particular."
--Amanda Datnow, Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California