This book provides short, pertinent content relevant to everyday events within a school. Based on theory and experience, the practical application is directly aligned to administrative duties, and chapters can be read as needed. The format allows the administrator to read the content, apply the information through completion of a follow-up activity, and record one's reflection which serves as a foundation for discussions with one's mentor. An administrative evaluation instrument is provided so readers can review administrative standards and self-assess strengths and weaknesses. Administrators set goals and maintain accountability through quarterly self-assessments.However, a fully staffed school, on the first day of school, is the responsibility of the principal. Advance planning and ... A new administrator should send staff an introduction letter: Who Am I? Where Do I Come From? Where Have I Worked?
|Title||:||Mentoring the Educational Leader|
|Author||:||Kimberly T. Strike, John Nickelsen|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2011-03-16|