Posts Tagged ‘ Leadership Talk ’

Leadership Caveat Dispositions: Ten Negative Characteristics of School Leaders and Approaches to Resolution

Jan 26th, 2016 |

The topic of school leadership has been widely studied for years. Researchers have studied and proposed a variety of leader theories and models ranging from situational leadership, styles, traits, emotional intelligence, servant leadership, motivation, sociological needs, capability, gender differences, and core competencies.

Perspectives of Key Educational Leaders on the Effective Integration of Educational Technology into the Instructional Practice of K-12 Teachers in Long Island, by Guy A. Lodico

Jul 1st, 2013 |

Abstract Major investment in educational technology has raised ongoing concerns regarding if and how school districts are effectively integrating technology in schools. This study explores the perspectives of key educational leaders regarding the integration of technology into the instructional practice of teachers with the overarching goal of enabling student achievement. A purposeful sample of informants […]

Gender Of High School Principals And Providing A Safe Learning Environment, by Leotha Harry

Jul 1st, 2013 |

Abstract Male and female principals have the same roles and responsibilities in a school, but the way in which they handle them differs in the area of providing safety and security of their school building. This exploratory mixed method research study examined how the gender of a high school principal may relate to his or […]

Facilitating the Implementation Of Response-To-Intervention As Perceived By Elementary, Middle, and High School Principals In the Suburban Chicago, Illinois Area

May 3rd, 2012 |

Abstract With the tenets of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the reauthorization of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 2004) a problem-solving process has been initiated called Response to Intervention (RtI). RtI is founded on the assumption and belief that all children can learn through high-quality instruction and interventions matched to students’ needs. No […]

Leadership by Examples: Are People Really Alligators?

Mar 21st, 2011 |

My wife and I recently took a vacation to the Florida Everglades—one of the last frontiers of America—where we saw all sorts of exotic plants and animals including storks, herons, manatees, loggerhead turtles, deer, dolphins, and alligators. We were surprised to see the multitude of alligators lying on the banks of the channels in the […]

Administrative Talk…Some Advice about Leadership and Life

Jun 14th, 2010 |

The world is filled with advice givers. Some advice is worth listening to, and some is not. It’s been said that those who can tell the difference between good advice and bad advice don’t really need advice in the first place.
Below is some advice to take or to leave – you decide. I’ve inserted a couple of illogical ones just to keep you alert.