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To Run A School

Author : Christopher A. Simon
ISBN : 0275968340
Genre : Education
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Simon uses a new approach to analyzing school resource allocation for public school administration. He also examines the impact of school-related factors and private school competition on public school organizational performance.

School Administration And Management

Author : S.K Kochhar
ISBN : 9788120790308
Genre : Education
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"For all those who are in the field of education this book will clearly explain about school administration and educational management to institutional planning. Is also prepares the reader to face the new challenges of the twenty-first century in the areas of educational administration and management. The well-defined roles of the headmaster, teacher and pupil and the elements that go into making a school like the library, office etc., makes the book as a good guide for those who want to start a school. The book is also comprehensive in defining the school curriculum and the entire internal organizational structure and function of a school keeping in mind the socialistic traditions of our nation. Health is wealth, as they say; therefore, the book explains the physical education aspect of a school student with emphasis on yoga. CONTENTS: Unit I Administration and Management • Educational Administration • Educational Management • Educational Administration in Independent India • Nature, Objectives and Scope of Educational Administration • Institutional Planning • The Educational Ladder • Inspection and Supervision • Communication in Educational Administration • Management of School and Approaches of Management • Central and State Agencies of Education • The Present Pattern of Education 10+2+3 • Educational Administration and Management: New Challenges of the Twenty-first Century • Unit II Major Components of School Management • School Management • Role of the Headmaster • Role of the Teacher • The Pupils • Unit III School Plants • School Building and Furniture • The School Farm and the Workshop • The School Office • The School Library • The School Exhibition and Museum • The School Hostel • Unit IV Internal Organisation • Curriculum Construction • Co-curricular Activities • The School Timetable • Homework • Discipline in School • Student Government in School • Guidance Programme in School • Evaluation • Accountability in School Education • Unit V Social Aspects of School • School and Home • Unit VI Health Education • The School Physical Education Programme • Yoga for Educational Institutions "

Educational Organization And Administration

Author : Edgar Leroy Morphet
ISBN : UOM:39015008279666
Genre : Adult education
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Leading For Learning

Author : Phillip C. Schlechty
ISBN : 111804746X
Genre : Education
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Written by acclaimed school reform advocate Phillip C. Schlechty, Leading for Learning offers educators the framework, tools, and processes they need to transform their schools from bureaucracies into dynamic learning organizations. Schlechty explains how to move beyond some of the deeply ingrained and negative conceptions of schooling that guide so much of their practice. He shows educators how they can take advantage of new learning technologies by increasing their organization's capacity to support continuous innovation. "Clearly not for the fainthearted, Schlechty's engrossing appraisal of American education calls for a bold, truly fundamental transformation of how we run our public schools. Some books are thought-provoking; this one is action-provoking." —W. James Popham, professor emeritus, UCLA "Dr. Schlechty has once again written an insightful book that educational leaders can use as a road map in transforming our schools into learning organizations designed to serve twenty-first century students." —Dr. Randy Bridges, superintendent, Alamance-Burlington School System, NC "Because education is ultimately a community responsibility, Schlechty's proposal to shift school systems from bureaucracies to learning organizations can open doors to citizens who are frustrated by the bureaucracy in their efforts to reclaim their role in education. This book is as much for them as it is for professional educators." —David Mathews, president, Kettering Foundation "Anyone in a school leadership position—from the board room to the classroom—should read this engaging and thought-provoking book. It's a must?-read for all immersed in or contemplating the transformation of public education." — Claudia Mansfield Sutton, chief communications and marketing officer, American Association of School Administrators

Leading Learning Learning Leading A Retrospective On A Life S Work

Author : Robert J Starratt
ISBN : 9781351712637
Genre : Education
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Internationally recognized for his writing on educational leadership, and the ethics of educational leadership, Robert J. Starratt brings together a thoughtfully crafted selection of his writing, representing key aspects of his life and work, leading to his current thinking on the convergence of school leadership, the professional ethics of educators, and the integrity of the teaching-learning process. This retrospective reveals Starratt's enduring work as probing the foundational intelligibility of the teaching-learning process and its connection to human development of both students and teachers. It exhibits his efforts to focus the leadership of the teaching-learning process on a combination of cognitive insight into the intelligibility of the world, affective dwelling in the particulars of that intelligibility, and the responsibilities one’s relationships with the particular might suggest. A new introduction contextualises Starratt's work against key developments in the field. The unique collection of chapters develop various themes, from human resource development to the complexity of curriculum change and from ethical analysis of school organizational structures to the complex dramas in students’ personal lives and in the classroom. The book chronicles Starratt’s contributions to the field and his role as a leading scholar, who has played a key part in the development of leadership and ethics in education over the course of his career. Leading Learning/Learning Leading will be of global interest to education leaders and researchers engaged in the field of educational leadership and ethical education.

Leadership For The Schoolhouse

Author : Thomas J. Sergiovanni
ISBN : UOM:39015034861263
Genre : Education
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Are schools really special places, or simply organizations that share the features and characteristics of all other organizations? In Leadership for the Schoolhouse, Thomas J. Sergiovanni shows that schools are indeed unique places that require their own theories and practices. And, if schools are to improve, these theories and practices cannot be imported from corporations or business schools, but must emerge from and be central to what schools are like, what they are trying to do, and who they serve. This book provides school administrators and reform activists with a comprehensive framework for creating unique leadership for the schoolhouse that is more community-like, more democratic, and more responsive both to what we know about human nature and what know about how students learn and develop. This can be accomplised, Sergiovanni shows, by replacing the politics of division—which emphasize contracts and deals, and winning and losing—with the politics of virtue which emphasize a shared commitment to the common good. Arguing that teacher development is the single most important key to improving schools in the long run, Sergiovanni explains how we can change school cultures so that they become learning and inquiring communities for teachers as well as students. Throughout the book, Sergiovanni draws on numerous ideas and real-life examples from a variety of schools and school districts to sort out what does and does not make sense when thinking about leadership for our schools.

Culture Re Boot

Author : Leslie S. Kaplan
ISBN : 9781452217321
Genre : Education
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Packed with hands-on activities, this practical handbook shows you how to be the transformational leader your school needs to enact a culture change and improve student outcomes.

Education 3 0

Author : James G. Lengel
ISBN : 9780807753828
Genre : Education
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In his new book, renowned educator and technology expert, James G. Lengel provides a refreshing and hopeful picture of what schools should look like and a groundbreaking 7-step process for envisioning and building them that draws on the full possibilities offered by new digital technologies. He describes the process in action through the eyes of a student, a teacher, and a school leader. Education 3.0 includes an array of tools to create a new vision, write a comprehensive plan, and implement the changes in one's own school. Based on the author's background as a teacher and administrator, his experience with the educational divisions of Apple Computer and Cisco Systems, and his recent consulting work with more than 30 schools in New York City start-up middle and high schools, this dynamic book features: A proven step-by-step process for school change complete with templates and samples, guidance for integrating the latest technologies into the overall school planning and improvement process, and first-hand accounts from schools that are practicing the principles of Education 3.0 today.

Ethical Decision Making In School Administration

Author : Paul A. Wagner
ISBN : 9781483343471
Genre : Education
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Pedagogically rich, demographically inclusive, and culturally sensitive, Ethical Decision Making in School and District Administration exposes educational leaders to an interdisciplinary array of theories from the fields of education, economics, management, and moral philosophy (past and present). Authors Paul A. Wagner and Douglas J. Simpson demonstrate how understanding key concepts can dramatically improve management styles and protocols. Key Features Contains numerous case studies that apply the book's concepts to relevant ethical issues faced by school administrators Reveals possibilities for thinking outside the box in terms of morally informed and effective leadership strategies aimed at securing organizational commitment and shared vision Presents multiple theories of ethics, demonstrating how they inform decision making and culture building in school districts Incorporates a range of in-text learning aids, including figures that clarify and critique ideas, a complete glossary, and end-of-chapter activities and questions

Participatory Evaluation In Education

Author : Lorna M. Earl
ISBN : 9781135718855
Genre : Education
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This text focuses on "participatory evaluation", an approach that involves teachers and educational administrators as partners with researchers in a broad range of school and school system-based evaluation tasks with the explicit goal of using such data to improve practice.; Participatory evaluation is a natural, suitable and effective approach to school improvement and educational change, and has been practiced by the editors and several colleagues for many years. Though participatory applied research strategies are growing in popularity, there is a paucity of documented empirical support for the approach. presenting a set of original empirical studies and a critical analysis of them this book will add to our knowledge about variations in the approach, conditions that support it, its viability within the culture of schools and school systems and its likely impact defined in terms of the use of research data and organisational learning.; The book will be useful for educational practitioners interested in critically evaluating the potential of participatory evaluation as an integral part of their own approach to educational reform. It will also clarify an agenda for research to further our understanding of the organisational benefits of this type of collaborative systematic enquiry.

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