Working With Difficult Resistant Staff

Author: John F. Eller
Editor: Solution Tree Press
ISBN: 1936765128
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To move forward in the school improvement process, school leaders must address the behaviors of difficult and resistant staff members while sending the message that a few people cannot halt change. This book will help school leaders understand how to prevent and address negative behaviors to ensure positive school change.

Score To Soar

Author: John F. Eller
Editor: Solution Tree Press
ISBN: 1936763451
Size: 16,95 MB
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Discover how to guide and enhance the job performance of teachers in your school or district. The authors share highly practical strategies for providing teachers meaningful feedback and encouraging their improvement. You’ll discover how to evaluate teacher effectiveness, use multiple forms of data for evaluation, and communicate evaluation findings to teachers in a way that fosters their professional growth.

The Leader S Guide To Working With Underperforming Teachers

Author: Sally J Zepeda
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317518055
Size: 17,62 MB
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Under increasing pressure in the face of teacher evaluation systems and accountability measures, schools must focus on those teachers that exhibit marginal to incompetent teaching behaviors in their classrooms. This book is a vital resource for educational leaders who are responsible for instructional programs and teacher evaluation. Zepeda’s tried-and-true strategies will help you take the necessary steps to support and mentor struggling teachers by detecting underperformance, developing strategies to help teachers, engaging in difficult conversations to enact plans of improvement, and following legal requirements. The practical tools found in this book will help teachers improve their instruction, assessment, classroom management, and teamwork.

Creating Excellence

Author: Vernon G. Smith
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475814356
Size: 12,24 MB
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Creating Excellence: Becoming an A+ School is intended to be used by first year principals who have inherited a school that is failing or not achieving to a desired level, as well as by seasoned principals who are struggling to improve their school’s academic performance. It can also be used effectively as a textbook for graduate students preparing for a career in educational leadership. The book is straightforward in its presentation of practices and strategies supported by research and theory. It has been written to share the knowledge base, impart the technical skills, and highlight the interpersonal skills recommended to enable educational leaders to create excellence and enable their school to become an A+ school. Within the chapters, tools, techniques, and concrete examples are offered. Educational leaders are encouraged to select, revise, and adjust proposed actions based on their own judgement and according to their local conditions, faculty, staff and other stakeholders. Regardless, improving instruction in order to increase student learning must be the focus.

Working With And Evaluating Difficult School Employees

Author: John F. Eller
Editor: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1412958679
Size: 14,53 MB
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Written by experienced administrators, this resource shows how to help marginal employees improve their performance and behavior and discusses what steps to take when termination becomes necessary.

Working With The Impulsive Person

Author: H. A. Wishnie
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468435159
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The development of the material in this volume began with a realization by the staff at The Cambridge-Somerville Mental Health and Retardation Center (in the Massachusetts cities of Cambridge and Somerville) that an increasing num ber of people were entering the mental health system with problems related to the very nature of their personalities. A significant number of these people presented issues that had not been identified previously within the spectrum of psychiatric treatment. Such issues as marital discord in volving impulsive and violent behavior toward spouses or children, drug abuse, alcoholism, brawling, and so forth were increasingly being viewed as symptomatic of disruptions in an individual's emotional makeup. These people usually did not seek treatment; their problems were most often managed by courts and social welfare agencies. In fact, we were not clear as to what constituted the best treatment. The conference on which this book is based was conceived of as an attempt to bring together people of varying back grounds to discuss in a general, nontechnical fashion the approaches they have tried in working with such people. We attempted to bridge the gap between the many sophisticated theorists who work in this area and the front-line personnel who daily confront these problems. Because of the general scope of the conference, the papers covered a wide range of issues and experiences.

Offender Rehabilitation In Practice

Author: Betsy Bernfeld
Editor: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN:
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Documented evidence suggests that community safety is best achievedthrough policies promoting human services rather than relyingtotally on prisons and that promoting intervention in anindividual's own environment (known as 'ecological integrity') isclosely associated with effective intervention. This is the first book to focus on the transfer of knowledge ofworldwide effective offender rehabilitation programs. Prominentresearchers and practitioners in the criminal justice field havecontributed their extensive knowledge of what it takes to implementeffective correctional practices with ecological integrity. * Reviews "real world" challenges of program effectiveness andsurvival * Offers effective, evidence based, innovative alternatives toimprisonment of offenders * Offers a common multi-level systems perspective as a frameworkfor the international case studies featured * The first book to focus on the transfer of knowledge and bestpractice through the concept of "technology transfer"

Effective Educational Leadership

Author: Nigel Bennett
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761940562
Size: 16,83 MB
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This book is an essential for providers and students of postgraduate level courses in educational management resource and for leadership development provision for head teacher induction programs, NPQH and LPSH. It is also suitable for short courses and for practitioners occupying or aspiring to leadership roles in schools, colleges and other educational organizations.

Developing Managing Your School Guidance And Counseling Program

Author: Norman C. Gysbers
Editor: Amer Counseling Assn
ISBN:
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Creating Positive Systems Of Child And Family Welfare

Author: Gary Cameron
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442666277
Size: 15,37 MB
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The North American approach to child protection is broadly accepted, despite frequent criticisms of its core limitations: parental fear and resistance, the limited range of services and supports available to families, escalating costs, and high stress and turnover among service providers. Could these shortcomings be improved through organizational or system reform? Based on findings from a decade’s worth of research, Creating Positive Systems of Child and Family Welfare provides original reflections on the everyday realities of families and front-line service providers involved with the system. It includes data from a variety of regions and situations, all linked together through a common investigatory framework. The contributors highlight areas of concern in current approaches to child and family welfare, but also propose new solutions that would make the system more welcoming and helpful both for families and for service providers.