7 edition of Case Studies for School Administrators found in the catalog.
March 28, 1999
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
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In Real-Life Case Studies for School Administrators, author William Hayes provides real dilemmas over budget cuts, sexual harassment, ethnic issues and sundry moral and legal situations.
The case studies are short, to-the-point narrations of actual situations unfolding in schools and districts across the nation. With different names and faces, the reader can visualize any one of these.
This is a great book for anyone interested in learning about school leadership. The book is well organized and written well. The simulations and case studies help the reader think about and develop a plan for handling situations that may arise during the school year.
The book Cited by: book of cases by school principals themselves to provide real-life case studies to be used for in-service training for school principals and to be distributed among education faculties to develop essential skills for future school Case Studies for School Administrators book using the case methodology, an effective pedagogical tool seldom usedFile Size: KB.
The book is best suited for aspiring administrators and college professors, though principals and superintendents will enjoy reading some of the case studies presented. (Paul A. Shaw School Administrator, May )Author: William Hayes. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Case Studies for School Administrators: Managing Change in Education by Maenette K.
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Gray and Agnes E. Smith have written a book of cases to give prospective school leaders opportunities to resolve complex issues in K–12 school settings through reflective questions, activities, and authentic assessment tools for skill development.
Presents thought. Case Studies for School Administrators: Managing Change in Education. Benham, Maenette K.
Ah Nee This book examines case-based learning in educational leadership courses, discusses case-based learning as an educational tool, exemplifies methods of writing a case study, and contains 14 case-studies by teachers and : Maenette K.
Ah Nee Benham. "Case studies are a wonderful way to engage future educators in real-life problem solving. Unlike most textbooks. which give the students information and provide answers for future examinations, case studies are open-ended and require active thinking and learning, forcing future educators to think and act like actual school administrators.
Most studies run four to five pages and can be read in a minute time frame. The book is best suited for aspiring administrators and college professors, though principals and superintendents will enjoy reading some of the case studies presented. Reviewed by Paul A. Shaw, superintendent, White County Schools, Cleveland, Ga.
Chapter 1 Bridging Principle and Practice: Cases as a Catalyst for Learning Chapter 2 Dialogue: A Case Analysis Discussion Chapter 3 Practitioner Cases and Commentaries Chapter 4 Curriculum Reform Chapter 5 Stakeholders in a House of Cards Chapter 6 Reforming Vocational Educational Programs in a Blue Ribbon School: Change Among a Veteran Staff.
Case studies enable aspiring administrators to refine their reaction skills as well as their critical-thinking skills by responding to a multitude of problems in a short time. Originally published inthe case studies in this book provide a broad-based overview of the kinds of real problems that schools were facing at the : Marcia M.
Norton, Paula E. Lester. Florida Principal Leadership Standards Assessment. Each case study is aligned to specific state standards and proficiency areas. District administrators are provided with a conceptual framework, a table of standards alignments, and a scoring rubric including examples of typical responses at three levels: exceptional, standard, and below standard.
Book Description. Case studies enable aspiring administrators to refine their reaction skills as well as their critical-thinking skills by responding to a multitude of problems in a short time.
Originally published inthe case studies in this book provide a broad-based overview of the kinds of real problems that schools were facing at the. This book contains 24 case studies selected to demonstrate the different types of challenges in contemporary educational leadership.
It is intended to help prospective administrators develop. Improving School Leadership VOLUME 2: CASE STUDIES ON SYSTEM LEADERSHIP Improving School Leadership so that every school is a good school.
This book explores what specialists are saying about system leadership for school improvement. Case studies examine innovative approaches to sharing leadership across. The book is best suited for aspiring administrators and college professors, though principals and superintendents will enjoy reading some of the case studies presented.
School Administrator, May - Price: $ Case studies pose a problem or dilemma and are designed to help potential and practicing administrators. Short case studies are excellent for stimulating different responses to a generic problem. The protocol for developing short case studies should include an Author: Marcia M.
Norton, Paula E. Lester. This book immerses prospective administrators in the realities of practice. Problem solving and decision-making skills are addressed through the use of open-ended case studies. Effective practice in school administration requires both leadership and management.
In today’s reform-minded, information-based society, practitioners must be able to frame problems correctly and then make effective. Fiske Elementary School is a school with students in grades K-5, located in the Metro West suburbs of Boston.
Despite its location in an affluent community of Wellesley, Fiske is a diverse school due to its status as a magnet school for the district’s English language learners and its proximity to the town’s low-income housing complex.
A collection of case studies for prospective school administrators that emphasizes problem solving, decision-making, and effective management. Based on the conviction that effective practice in school administration requires both leadership and management, this text provides a mix of problems that require administrative decisions as presented Availability: Live.
Budget cuts, sexual harassment, ethnic issues, and a multitude of moral and legal dilemmas confront school administrators at every level. Proper training is essential in order to deal soundly with each problem that arises.
Hayes provides a variety of real-life case studies that will contribute Price: $Case studies described in this book reflect conditions present in today's public schools. Situations described in these case studies are intended to introduce education students to the variety of problems existing in today's schools.
The 38 case studies highlight: student cheating; teacher's observation by administrator; inclusion; contract negotiations; handling an ineffective colleague Cited by: 2.Case Studies Detailed profiles of districts that have designed and implemented effective online and connected professional learning can be accessed below.
Each profile provides ways to obtain additional information about that district’s approach, including key action steps and lessons learned.