4 edition of Educational values for school leadership found in the catalog.
Includes bibliography and index.
|Series||The Management and leadership in education series|
|LC Classifications||LB2806 .W43 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||93201160|
Educational-leadership 1. Educational Leadership Introduction & Definition Leadership Styles in Education Hierarchical, Transformational and Facilitative Developing effective School Leaders Teacher’s role as Leaders 21st Century Leadership in Education Innovation Leadership and 21st Century Teaching & Learning 2. This book is an essential for providers and students of postgraduate level courses in educational management resource and for leadership development provision for head teacher induction programs, NPQH and LPSH. It is also suitable for short courses and for practitioners occupying or aspiring to leadership roles in schools, colleges and other educational organizations.
Values and character education development usually occurs over a number of years and within a number of environments. Since family members are the first individuals with whom one comes into contact the influence of the family continues to be extre. School Leadership and Education System Reform considers the ways in which school leadership and its practice has changed and developed in response to a rapidly changing educational scenario over the last decade to meet the ever-growing and changing demands of children, policy-makers and other stakeholders and considers future developments/5(5).
A leader’s clear vision will provide a direction, but without a set of values educational leaders will struggle to get teachers, parents, and students to follow him or her in that vision. One of the chief values people expect from leaders is fairness. School stakeholders like a leader who is fair in every aspect of their job. Applying values and ethics in educational leadership includes understanding that supervisors should be men and women of principled character. Applying Aristotle’s virtue constructs in educational leadership training course work defines such character traits and what it means to be a moral agent.
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It analyzes personal values manifested by individuals, professional values of administration, and collective values exhibited by groups, societies, and book Reviews: 1. Our Core Values Leadership for Educational Equity is a nonprofit, nonpartisan leadership development organization working to end the injustice of educational inequity by inspiring and supporting a diverse set of leaders with classroom experience to engage civically and politically.
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This engaging book guides readers in thinking for themselves about 5/5(2). Values and Educational Leadership extends beyond the presentation of expert opinion to blend theory, research, and practice for a comprehensive examination of values in educational leadership.
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The educational management theory still needs ideas and concepts that can help to better understand and describe, but also stimulate the organizational development of schools.
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principal from an elementary school I can both share perspectives and offer a range of insights built up over more than 15 years working in teacher education, specifically in the field of values in leadership.
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