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Principal's Purpose, The : A Practical Guide to Moral and Ethical School Leadership

By: Isaacson, Leanna.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (169 p.).ISBN: 9781317930204.Subject(s): Educational leadership -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States | School management and organization -- United States | School principals -- Professional ethics -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Principal's Purpose, The : A Practical Guide to Moral and Ethical School LeadershipDDC classification: 371.2012 LOC classification: LB2831.92 .I828 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Copyright Page; Title Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Preface; Who Should Read this Book?; Chapter Summaries; How Is Each Chapter Organized?; 1 The Moral, Ethical, and Purposeful School Leader; Who Are We as School Leaders?; When Do I Begin?; Daily; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; The Moral Leader; The Ethical Leader; When Moral and Ethical Leadership Converge; Moral and Ethical Dilemmas; The Purposeful Leader; Our Purpose Is Our Passion; Our Job Purpose; Our Personal Mission for the School:Servant Leadership; Our Personal Vision for the School
Our ValuesQuestions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; Application; 2 The Moral, Ethical, and Purposeful Administrative Support Group; School Improvement Plans:Creation or Rubber Stamp?; Developing an Administrative Support Group; When Do I Begin?; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; The Process of Creating or Recreating theAdministrative Support Group; As Principal-Our Personal Agenda for the Meeting Includes:; Assessment; The Meeting; Moral Leadership Support Team; Ethical Leadership Support Team; Purposeful Leadership SupportTeam; The Five-Year Plan
The Current Plan for the SchoolThe Problem-Solving Process for theAdministrative Team; Mission and Purpose; Vision; Values; Goals; Questions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; 3 Training a Purposeful Faculty Problem-Solving Team; When Do I Begin?; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; Create a Faculty Problem-Solving Team; Organizing the Faculty Problem-Solving Team Meeting; Problem-Solving Team Training; Problem-Solving Team Meeting; Introduction by the School Leader; The Logistics; Defining the Task; Moral Behavior; Ethical Behavior; Values
Recreating the Mission and PurposeRecreating the Vision; Identifying Potential Schoolwide Goals; Presentation of the Data; Guided Questions; Parent Involvement; Questions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; Application; 4 Schoolwide Purposeful Mission,Vision, and Goals: Beyond the Template; Schoolwide Goal Setting Meeting; Role of the School Leader; Role of the Administrative Team; The Problem-Solving Team's Role; Schoolwide Planning Meeting; Preliminary Information to the Faculty; Goal Setting With an Entire Staff; Introduction; Schoolwide Goals; Walking a Tight Rope
Debrief With the Problem-Solving and Administrative TeamsQuestions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; Application; 5 Purposeful Individual Goal Setting: Finding the Needs; When Do I Begin?; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; The Administrative Team; Preliminary Steps: Review the Schoolwide Goals Settting; Preliminary Goal Setting; The Invitation; Gathering, Compiling, and Drawing Initial Conclusions From the Survey; One Size Does Not Fit All; Novice Teachers and Individual Plans; The Apprentice; The Master Teacher; Special Needs Teachers; Ancillary Staff
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Summary: Filled with ""Survival Tips"" to help school leaders triumph over ethical and moral dilemmas. Each chapter is organized in a practical way: When Do I Begin? What Should I Do? How Should I Do It?
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Cover; Copyright Page; Title Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Preface; Who Should Read this Book?; Chapter Summaries; How Is Each Chapter Organized?; 1 The Moral, Ethical, and Purposeful School Leader; Who Are We as School Leaders?; When Do I Begin?; Daily; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; The Moral Leader; The Ethical Leader; When Moral and Ethical Leadership Converge; Moral and Ethical Dilemmas; The Purposeful Leader; Our Purpose Is Our Passion; Our Job Purpose; Our Personal Mission for the School:Servant Leadership; Our Personal Vision for the School

Our ValuesQuestions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; Application; 2 The Moral, Ethical, and Purposeful Administrative Support Group; School Improvement Plans:Creation or Rubber Stamp?; Developing an Administrative Support Group; When Do I Begin?; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; The Process of Creating or Recreating theAdministrative Support Group; As Principal-Our Personal Agenda for the Meeting Includes:; Assessment; The Meeting; Moral Leadership Support Team; Ethical Leadership Support Team; Purposeful Leadership SupportTeam; The Five-Year Plan

The Current Plan for the SchoolThe Problem-Solving Process for theAdministrative Team; Mission and Purpose; Vision; Values; Goals; Questions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; 3 Training a Purposeful Faculty Problem-Solving Team; When Do I Begin?; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; Create a Faculty Problem-Solving Team; Organizing the Faculty Problem-Solving Team Meeting; Problem-Solving Team Training; Problem-Solving Team Meeting; Introduction by the School Leader; The Logistics; Defining the Task; Moral Behavior; Ethical Behavior; Values

Recreating the Mission and PurposeRecreating the Vision; Identifying Potential Schoolwide Goals; Presentation of the Data; Guided Questions; Parent Involvement; Questions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; Application; 4 Schoolwide Purposeful Mission,Vision, and Goals: Beyond the Template; Schoolwide Goal Setting Meeting; Role of the School Leader; Role of the Administrative Team; The Problem-Solving Team's Role; Schoolwide Planning Meeting; Preliminary Information to the Faculty; Goal Setting With an Entire Staff; Introduction; Schoolwide Goals; Walking a Tight Rope

Debrief With the Problem-Solving and Administrative TeamsQuestions and Answers; Survival Tips; Summary; Making Connections; Application; 5 Purposeful Individual Goal Setting: Finding the Needs; When Do I Begin?; What Should I Do and How Should I Do It?; The Administrative Team; Preliminary Steps: Review the Schoolwide Goals Settting; Preliminary Goal Setting; The Invitation; Gathering, Compiling, and Drawing Initial Conclusions From the Survey; One Size Does Not Fit All; Novice Teachers and Individual Plans; The Apprentice; The Master Teacher; Special Needs Teachers; Ancillary Staff

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Filled with ""Survival Tips"" to help school leaders triumph over ethical and moral dilemmas. Each chapter is organized in a practical way: When Do I Begin? What Should I Do? How Should I Do It?

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