Educational Leadership
CHANTE’ ADAMS-OBADEYI
MARISOL GUTIERREZ
What is Educational Leadership?
• Is where school administrators brings an optimistic change to
educational policies and p...
Who are Educational Leaders?
Learning is not the product of teaching. Learning is
product of the activity of learners. –Jo...
Vision & Contributions of Educational
Leadership
• Educational leaders makes contributions with giving their time, energy,...
Principals of Educational Leadership
• Knowing ourselves then seek for self improvement
• Being technically proficient
• S...
Leadership Styles
SUPPORTIVE
COACHING
EMPOWERING
DIRECTING
INNOVATOR
DEVELOPER
ACTIVATOR
MAXIMIZER
STABILIZER
DELEGATING
P...
References
Bolman, L., & Deal,T. (1991,Winter). Leadership and management effectiveness: A
multi-frame, multi-sector analy...
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  1. 1. Educational Leadership CHANTE’ ADAMS-OBADEYI MARISOL GUTIERREZ
  2. 2. What is Educational Leadership? • Is where school administrators brings an optimistic change to educational policies and procedures. • Works to improve the effectiveness of schools or educational programming. • Promote student achievement, support and develop a talented staff and build a solid organizational structure The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. –Aristotle--
  3. 3. Who are Educational Leaders? Learning is not the product of teaching. Learning is product of the activity of learners. –John Holt-- TEACHERS ADMINISTRATORS PARENTS COACHES COUNSELORS PROFESSORS DEAN PRINCIPALS ADVISORS CROSSING GUARD LIBRARIAN
  4. 4. Vision & Contributions of Educational Leadership • Educational leaders makes contributions with giving their time, energy, ideas, knowledge, emotion, assistance, money, etc., to the community. • Participate in and support of the communities that are relevant to the field you operate within and the team(s) you lead. • Document the best practices and procedures and sharing these through training programs and conferences to help improve the overall level of excellence within the community. • Inspire and motivate yourself and/or others to participate and to follow your lead.
  5. 5. Principals of Educational Leadership • Knowing ourselves then seek for self improvement • Being technically proficient • Seeking for responsibility and taking responsibility for our actions • Making sound and timely decisions • Setting examples • Understanding the students and looking out for their well-being • Applying our full capabilities for the success of our students educational learning
  6. 6. Leadership Styles SUPPORTIVE COACHING EMPOWERING DIRECTING INNOVATOR DEVELOPER ACTIVATOR MAXIMIZER STABILIZER DELEGATING PARTICIPATIVE ADAPTIVE LAISSEZ-FAIRE COLLABORATOR ACCOMMODATOR NURTURING VISIONARY CHARISMATIC SITUATIONAL AUTHORITARIAN COERCIVE PACESETTING BUREAUCRATIC OPPORTUNIST EXPERT ACHIEVER INDIVIDUALISTIC STRATEGIST DEMOCRATIC INTEGRATED EMPATHETIC ANALYZER TRANSACTIONAL TEAMWORK
  7. 7. References Bolman, L., & Deal,T. (1991,Winter). Leadership and management effectiveness: A multi-frame, multi-sector analysis. Human Resource Management, 30(4), 509– 534. Estabrook, R. (1992). Constellation building. Leadership for effective schools. Contemporary Education, 63(2) 91–92.
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