2 edition of Selection of educational administrators. found in the catalog.
Selection of educational administrators.
Kenneth Ernest McIntyre
|Series||A UCEA position paper|
|Contributions||University Council for Educational Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
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The purpose of this book is to help school administrators who use educational research by describing and explaining the components of research and skills of researchers.
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Explore the academic path to this career to see if it's the right one for you. “This is an excellent book for potential, new, and experienced school administrators. Its value goes beyond classroom walls as it can be used to help make the adjustment to being a new principal or gaining perspective about being a principal.
It is a must read for all school administrators and teachers would benefit from it as well.” : Nick Morpus. School administrators manage the day-to-day activities and provide instructional leadership in pre-schools, schools, day care centers, colleges and universities.
The educational programs of businesses, correctional institutions, museums as well as job training and community service organizations are also directed by education administrators. Administrators are leaders who take pride in their strategic planning, tremendous support in every sector, respect for the education system, including faculty, students, parents, and school board members.
Often admin professionals are managing multiple situations at once and unlike teachers, work year round. Duties of an administrator are. This file about Educational Administration.Management and Administration in Education: What do school heads do?
A focus on primary school heads in one district in Zimbabwe. The differences in the use of the terms are at times organization related. In that regard administrators are normally found in government and educational organizations, whereas managers are found in business.