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EFFECTIVE INDUCTION AND MENTORING PRACTICES: PERCEPTIONS OF FEMALE AND MALE SUPERINTENDENTS IN THEIR FIRST YEAR IN A NEW STATE
The purpose of this qualitative study is to examine the perceptions of six seasoned superintendents, new to the state being studied on the effectiveness of induction and mentoring programs. The purpose is also to gain an ...
National Board Certification: An Analysis of Multiple Variables on Pass Rates
National Board certification is generally accepted as the hallmark of accomplished teaching. As a result, many states offer a financial incentive to those who achieve this title. Several studies have been conducted on the ...
What Supports Do Elementary Principals Need In Order to Implement Teacher Evaluation?
Both nationally and at the state level, educational reform is focusing on the improvement of classroom instruction. Recently, Washington State enacted the Teacher/Principal Evaluation Pilot (TPEP) to define evaluation ...
Mindful Teacher Collaboration: Strategies to address the call for school reform
Over the past two decades public schools have faced an unrelenting demand for reform. In response to this call for change, researchers have identified two strategies that hold great promise – organizational mindfulness and ...
The Principal Evaluation Process: Principals' Learning as a Result of the Evaluation Process
With a new level of importance being placed on the evaluation of principals, this study specifically examines the process used to evaluate principals. Data were analyzed to determine if the principal evaluation process ...
MINDFUL INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP: A STUDY TO DESCRIBE AND COMPARE BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY PRINCIPALS
The purposes of this study were to: a) describe the self-reported instructional practices and beliefs of principals as related to mindfulness in their leadership for school improvement, and b) analyze differences between ...