The latest leadership textbook from respected author team Kaplan and Owings explores how principals can effectively build a culture around student achievement. Introduction to the Principalship helps aspiring principals understand how to develop a vision for improvement, make decisions and manage conflict, build teachersa capacity, communicate, monitor the organizationas performance, and create a school climate of mutual respect. This important book provides readers with various leadership concepts to inform their practice, as well as the cognitive and practical tools to evaluate and prioritize what leadership actions to take. Each chapter offers opportunities for readers to create personal meaning and explore new ways of doing leadership to advance a positive, person-focused environment. Providing both the theoretical framework and skills for effective practice, Introduction to the Principalship addresses the issues most urgent and relevant for educational leadership graduate students learning how to build a school culture that promotes every studentas success. Special Features: ac Learning Objectivesachapter openers introduce the topic and initiate student thinking. ac Reflections and Relevance ainteractive exercises, role plays, class activities, and assignments help readers think about content in personally meaningful ways, facilitate understanding of chapter content, and help transfer leadership thinking to action in their own schools. ac ISLLC Standardsaeach chapter is aligned to the 2015 Interstate School Leadership Licensure Standards. ac Companion Websiteaincludes links to supplemental material, additional readings, and PowerPoints for instructors.The school principal as leader: Guiding schools to better teaching and learning ( Perspectives) (p. 4). ... Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, Canada. Fullan, M. ... Washington, DC: National Bureau of Economic Research. ... Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development; Marzano, R. (2003). ... Teacher and classroom context effects on student achievement: Implications for teacher evaluation.
|Title||:||Introduction to the Principalship|
|Author||:||Leslie S. Kaplan, William A. Owings|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-03-24|