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Educational leadership

  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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