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201+ Strategies for Successfully Transforming Today's Schools: A Resource Guide for Educational Leaders, School Administrators, Teachers, Parents, and Students by C.P. Gause, PhD

201+ Strategies for Successfully Transforming Today's Schools: A Resource Guide for Educational Leaders, School Administrators, Teachers, Parents, and Students

by C.P. Gause, PhD

146 pages
Strategies for making schools great in the 21st Century

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About the Book
Spending the past 20 years working in educational and non-traditional learning communities has been filled with great challenges, triumphs, and victories. I have experienced the joys and frustrations of the field. I know the difficulties of transforming schools into successful Professional Learning Communities.

This book is a collection of thoughts, ideas, strategies, and experiences in creating engaging, inviting and affirming learning communities for the 21st century. Strategies of successful educational leaders and instructional “best practices” for teachers across all disciplines are provided.

Educational leaders, school administrators, teachers, parents and students will find this book inspirational and motivating. The material is fun and engaging and provide all individual who have a heart for schools and young people to make a difference.


In a time when American public education has focused on depersonalized standardized tests and funding for all education is quickly disappearing, Dr. Gause provides a collection of practical, personal suggestions that can be implemented by anyone to make the quality of life for learners and teachers more relevant, more fun and more engaging.
- Jean K. Rosales, Ph.D., Former professional staff, U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Competitiveness
Dr. Gause has distilled his experiences as a teacher, principal, researcher, and world traveler into a tremendously comprehensive guide for those of us navigating the challenges of educational leadership. With his focus on creating vibrant learning communities, he leads us towards a vision of schools as they can be: places of inclusion and joy, which "motivate individuals towards social transformation." A must-read for all of us who are searching for powerful tools to help build schools of equity and trust.
- Carol Kirby, Assistant Principal, Children's Center for the Physically Disabled Winston-Salem, NC
I found this book to be easy to read and full of nuggets of information. I have things underlined, starred, and circled with notes. The sign of a good book, by my estimation, is equal to how much you write in it.
- Sarah E. Colonna, RN MA, UNCG ELC PhD Student
I found 201+ Strategies for Successfully Transforming Today’s Schools by Dr. C. P. Gause to be a great teaching tool for today’s society of movers and shakers. Though I teach in the Health Care arena, these techniques illustrated in the easy-to-read format can adapt to all forms of education. One main factor exists as an underlying connection between all of the diverse subjects in education: communal learning. Dr. Gause excellently signifies this throughout this text. He reminds us once more that education is not singular but a collective woven effort across the board. This work is extremely imperative in these times of distress and desolation.
- Nebra Bess, Cardiovascular Patient Educator, Novant Health
The message of this book is great and powerful. There is a message for all in the public school system. This book addresses the social, academic, and intellectual arenas we must improve upon in order to prepare our students for the globalized workplace. I am enjoying this book so much, because it hits the nail on the head for the issues, I see.
- Felita Newman, Curriculum Facilitator, Dudley High School, Greensboro, NC
Dr. Gause I loved your text 201+ Strategies. It is probably one of the most useful books that I have come across in a long time. I feel like I have my own guide on how to be successful in and out of the classroom, how to teach in various subjects, how to work the certain groups of students, etc. I found so many parts of this book useful that I have already started to pull out some of the key tips in my weekly content meetings and in my daily practice.
- Kristy Davis, Assistant Principal, Andrews High School, High Point, NC


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About the Author
C.P. Gause, PhD Dr. C. P. Gause is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. A former public school teacher, principal, and K-12 school administrator. Gause received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Miami University. Dr. Gause is the recipient of the 2009 National Faculty Mentor Role Model of the Year by Minority Access, Inc.



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