This book presents a series of related empirical studies about the thinking and problem solving processes of expert educational leaders. It describes the nature of expert thinking and provides substantial explanations for the cognitive processes associated with expert thinking. Differences in the thinking and problem solving of male and female; novice and experienced; elementary, secondary, district administrators are all explored. In addition, the book provides a glimpse of the school administrator's world from a problem solving perspective and clarifies the kinds of experiences that give rise to expert thinking.Franklin, H., J. Nickens, and S. Appleby. 1981. What activities keep principals the busiest? NASSP Bulletin. Gerston, R., D. Carnine, and S. Green. 1982. The principal as instructional leader: A second look. Educational Leadership 40anbsp;...
|Title||:||Expert Problem Solving|
|Author||:||Kenneth Leithwood, Rosanne Steinbach|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1995|