Case Studies for School Leaders: Implementing the ISLLC Standards
Whatever your profession, a common base of knowledge and standards of performance are required for admission to practice. As an educator, while it is true that the individual states administer actual licensure procedures, they do so based on core standards established across states. These case studies, which cover a cross-section of these core values, are highly useful for people preparing to become educational leaders and for current practicing administrators.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Leadership Theory
Chapter 3 Standard 1 Case Studies
Chapter 4 Standard 2 Case Studies
Chapter 5 Standard 3 Case Studies
Chapter 6 Standard 4 Case Studies
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academic ACTIVITIES ENSURING ADMINISTRATOR FACILITATES PROCESSES appropriate areas asked assessment attendance beneﬁt board meeting board members building changes classes classroom Comments commitment committee community members computers concerns conﬂict contract create cultural curriculum decisions Discussion Questions District 203 effective efforts encourage ENGAGES IN ACTIVITIES evaluation example faculty and staff faculty meeting feel ﬁrst ﬁve groups high school important input interested involved leadership mission and vision mission statement Nile River OBJECTIVE THE ADMINISTRATOR offer ofﬁce parent/guardians parents participation PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE personnel principal principal’s problems PROCESSES AND ENGAGES professional programs reﬂect responsibility Robertson High School school administrators school community school district school leaders school settings school’s mission Shorewood site-based skills speciﬁc staff members stakeholders Standards strategies student learning Study success suggestions superintendent teachers teaching tion vision and goals vision of learning