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Although counselors traditionally prefer individual counsel ing sessions with students, group sessions may be more effec tive. The principal can help counselors make this transition to group counseling in a few easy steps.
With the emergence of the Information Age, school leaders have the opportunity to make education a major institution in shaping the future. To succeed, however, this writer believes they will have to be more visionary. He profiles how they can revolutionize their thinking.
This article describes a study that focused on secondary school principals and their key subordinates' perception of the leadership style of the principal. Significant differences in perception were found to exist between principals and select ed subordinates in two of the four leadership styles...
What does instructional leadership entail? Must the principal personally conduct every activity related to such leadership? To answer these questions, the authors surveyed more than 200 principals in Virginia high schools. What they learned is described here.
Evaluating classroom management is more than determining whether or not a teacher keeps students quiet and on task. It means assessing teacher-student relations, classroom organi zation and planning, student involvement, discipline, teacher style, and teacher goals, and then helping the teacher...
As an executive on leave from Hewlett-Packard to Califor nia's Commission on the Teaching Profession, the author was often asked to describe how companies develop their man agers. In this article, he explains how many of their processes are applicable to the training of school administrators. He...
The attitude and modeling behavior of the entire middle school staff is the most important factor in providing an effec tive school learning environment. To help staff members fur nish authentic middle level education, however, what program ingredients are necessary?
What role do Japanese and American principals play in effec tive schools? How do their views of the principalship com pare ? How do their job responsibilities differ? These researchers compare principals and the principalship in two vastly different cultures.
If we are to have effective schools, principals must provide effective instructional leadership. These authors ask why, then, such leadership isn't the rule rather than the exception in our schools?
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