TRIBES: A Process to Develop Communities and Collaboration in Schools
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Published in 2007, this book outlines the why, what, and how of using the process of Tribes Learning Communities® for individuals at the management and leadership level. Facilitating the process outlined in this book is intended to develop community and collaboration throughout the entire educational system.
It aims to have everyone take responsibility for maintaining a caring culture and succeed in their roles as never before, by not only transforming classroom teaching and learning, but also management and support for the school system.
Gibbs, J. (2007). Guiding your school community to live a culture of caring and learning: The process is called tribes. Windsor, CA: Centersource Systems.
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