6 edition of Headteachers and Leadership in Special Education (Management and Leadership in Education Series (Cassell Ltd.).) found in the catalog.
by Continuum International Publishing Group
Written in English
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Headteachers and Leadership in Special Education is the first book of its kind to study headteachers and headship within special schools and within maintstream schools. It reports on a series of edited conversations which the authors undertook with ten very different headteachers drawn from a range of institutions designed to reflect the rich.
This is a book that is a must read for all administrators, those in special education or in charge of schools and districts. The practical and informative direction provided in Transformational Leadership will lead schools to be more effective and efficient while assuring a successful future for all students.
(John Burnett, superintendent, Onalaska Public Schools, Onalaska, WI)Cited by: 2. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Tales of heads; leaders and leadership in special education; pursuing equal opportunities - a passion for service and sacrifice; facilitating teachers and enabling learning - the leadership task in a special school; seriously seeking community education.
Headteachers and Leadership in Special Education is the first book of its kind to study headteachers and headship within special schools and within maintstream schools.
It reports on a series of edited conversations which the authors undertook with ten very different headteachers drawn from a range of institutions designed to reflect the rich Author: Peter Ribbins. Special Education Leadership provides leaders with tools to review programs, implement special education law, and build special education programs that effectively supervise and support teachers.
Grounded in theory, this book also includes best practice for day-to-day operations, such as issues of teaching and learning, personnel selection and. Headteachers: Curriculum and Educational Leadership In the changing culture of English school headship one of the major transformations historically has been from a general conception of the head teacher as moral leader to a general conception of the head teacher.
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Many studies have been conducted internationally on headteachers " role in School Improvement (SI). In Pakistan, however, this is a new but increasingly expanding area of study focusing different.
A study commissioned by the National Association of Head teachers (NAHT) sought to establish the perspectives of both teachers and head teachers on effective school leadership.
The findings of this study depicted that effective school leadership in the perspective of teachers entails the head teacher’s ability to form good relationships with.
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