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    • Becoming an instructional leader Becoming an instructional leader is one of the useful tools in creating a forward-looking and student-centered school centered environment. Can be defined as “those actions that a principal takes, or delegates to to others to encourage growth in student learning. Instructional leadership: concept and views  Refers to the specific branch of educational leadership that address curriculum and instruction  As imperative to improve instruction and student achievement  An “organizational glue” that keeps things in track Instructional leader: best practices Share leadership Uses data to make instructional Monitors curriculum and instruction Visits classroom Collaborates in leading Acts as learners Leads a learning community Taps expertise of teacher
    • Good instructional leadership characteristics (Armstrong, 2007) Knowledge includes awareness of chains management theory, insight into personal capabilities knowing when to get help from outside resources and staying involve with other leader of educational advancement. Confidence- Drives interpersonal relations, communication, planning, decision making and conflict management. Enthusiasm – Includes the ability to bring all stakeholders together to act. Instructional leader: traits and behavior Super visionary Chief learning officer Direction setter Practicing teacher Heroic leader Facilitative leader Culture builder The instructional leader: their roles and functions The function of instructional leadership involves all the beliefs, decisions, strategies that the principal uses to generate instructional effectiveness in classroom. (Moorthy, 1992)  Making students and adult learning the priority  Setting high expectations for performance  Creating a culture of continuous learning  Making suggestions, giving feedbacks and modeling effective instruction  Soliciting opinion and supporting collaboration.
    • Four skills of effective leadership 1. Being a resource provider- recognize the desire teachers have for acknowledgement and appreciation for a job well done and assist their teachers in professional development. 2. Being an instructional resource- success in “teaching and learning” means teacher counts on their principals as resources of information, current trends, and effective practices in instruction. 3. Being a communicator- communicate essential beliefs learning including all children and can learn and learners outcomes guide instructional programs and decision. 4. Being a visible presence- leading the instructional program of a school means of a commitment to living and breathing a vision of success in the teaching and learning process. “What we have learned to do, we learned by doing “ -Aristotle
    • SPECIAL TOPIC 1 SAN PEDRO COLLEGE CARREDO, CRISTINE B. BSED-eng.3 MS. EFFIE S. MAGATAO TEACHER