|Statement||by John T. Prince.|
|LC Classifications||LB2805 .P9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., [v]-vi p., 1 l., 423 p.|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||07002051|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Prince, John Tilden, School administration, including the organization and supervision of schools. Full text of "School administration, including the organization and supervision of schools" See other formats. Administration and Supervision in Education 1. Reporter Charo May J. Naigan MaEd Student Dr. Jovita C. Arreza Professor 2. * Significance of Administration and Supervision * Types of School Administration and Supervision * Management Functions * Administration and Supervision in Philippine Setting 3. In a small organization, such as a small day care center, all these functions may be handled by one administrator. In universities or large school systems, there are many administrators, each with a specific function, that share the responsibilities. School administrators in charge of elementary, middle and secondary schools are called principals.
This book, therefore, should be of interest and value to school-board. members and administrators, as well as to college and university students who are preparing to become administrators or researchers and to the in-creasing number of teachers who are interested in or concerned about the organization and administration of education. vii. School Administration, Including the Organization and Supervision of Schools Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews Write a review John Tilden PrinceBrand: Prince, John Tilden. school, local, state, and federal policies 4. Discusses and asks critical questions of key stakeholders about the purposes of education a. formulates appropriate critical questions to ask about the vision and goals b. polls key stakeholders (i.e., students, teachers, aides, parents, school board members, central office administration. Considerations Packet: Strategies for Creating Effective School Leadership Teams T/TAC W&M Updated January 4 4. Does the potential teacher leader understand that teaching and learning is rapidly changing and use that knowledge to support and lead relevant professional learning? Size: KB.
The school is an organization in the organization. For effective school administration, the administrator needs to be knowledgeable in the theories, techniques and principles o f schoolAuthor: Eric Chikweru Amadi. Modern and Traditional School Administration and Supervision, Administration and Supervision in the Philippine Setting 1. ADMINISTRATION and SUPERVISION 2. Topic Outline The Traditional and Modern Types of School Administration and Supervision Administration and Supervision in the Philippine Setting 3. Educ. Evaluating the Results of School Administration and Supervision Organizational evaluation or assessment measures compare and analyze the coherence between results and specific objectives, and between specific objectives and general objectives of institutional projects, programs or plans. As a school leader, it is necessary to establish a sense of community and pride within and around your building site. A sense of community and pride will promote growth among all members of your stakeholders which includes administrators, teachers, support staff, students, parents, businesses, and all taxpayers within the is beneficial to include every aspect of a community within Author: Derrick Meador.