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The Assistant Principal's Guide : New Strategies for New Responsibilities.

By: Norton, M. Scott.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Routledge, 2014Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (194 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317600947.Subject(s): Assistant school principals -- United States | School management and organization -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Assistant Principal's Guide : New Strategies for New ResponsibilitiesDDC classification: 371.2/012 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Meet the Author -- Preface -- 1 The Assistant School Principal: Bringing This Leadership Position to Life! -- 2 Competency-Based Leadership: Improving the Role of Assistant Principal by Focusing on the Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies Required by the Position -- 3 The Assistant Principal as a Student Advocate -- 4 The Assistant Principal as a Learning Leader -- 5 Student Personnel Services: It's Your Leadership That Counts -- 6 A Resource File of Tasks, Competencies, and Indicators of Competencies for the Position of Assistant School Principal: Perfecting the Leadership Position -- Index.
Summary: Though traditionally responsible for school operations, assistant principals increasingly find themselves expected to provide academic leadership as students face a growing emphasis on academic performance. This timely book helps current and aspiring assistant principals implement best practices for their evolving roles, providing the knowledge and skills required to succeed in their schools. Coverage includes: Emphasis on competency-based leadership requirements Research-based models, tips, snapshots, best-practices, and recommendations Unique discussion of the assistant principal as a student advocate Organizational strategies, professional growth activities, and operational models for program implementation Specific leadership responsibilities for school climate, personnel administration, professional development, and performance appraisal Case studies and discussion questions to foster applied learning.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Meet the Author -- Preface -- 1 The Assistant School Principal: Bringing This Leadership Position to Life! -- 2 Competency-Based Leadership: Improving the Role of Assistant Principal by Focusing on the Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies Required by the Position -- 3 The Assistant Principal as a Student Advocate -- 4 The Assistant Principal as a Learning Leader -- 5 Student Personnel Services: It's Your Leadership That Counts -- 6 A Resource File of Tasks, Competencies, and Indicators of Competencies for the Position of Assistant School Principal: Perfecting the Leadership Position -- Index.

Though traditionally responsible for school operations, assistant principals increasingly find themselves expected to provide academic leadership as students face a growing emphasis on academic performance. This timely book helps current and aspiring assistant principals implement best practices for their evolving roles, providing the knowledge and skills required to succeed in their schools. Coverage includes: Emphasis on competency-based leadership requirements Research-based models, tips, snapshots, best-practices, and recommendations Unique discussion of the assistant principal as a student advocate Organizational strategies, professional growth activities, and operational models for program implementation Specific leadership responsibilities for school climate, personnel administration, professional development, and performance appraisal Case studies and discussion questions to foster applied learning.

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<p>Dr. M. Scott Norton is a former public school teacher, coordinator of curriculum, assistant superintendent, and superintendent of schools. He has served as professor and vice-chair of the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and as professor and chair of the Department of Educational Administration at Arizona State University where he is currently professor emeritus.</p>

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