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Preface. This book was written for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in educational administration.
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This very readable book combines 34 meaningful case studies and a case analysis framework to create a powerful resource and useful reference for educational administration and leadership topics.
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The focus of educational administration is the Author: Eric Chikweru Amadi. Case studies do not have set elements that need to be included; the elements of each will vary depending on the case or story chosen, the data collected, and the purpose (for example, to illustrate a best case versus a typical case).
However, case studies typically describe a program or intervention put in place to address a particular Size: KB. taken to analyze the case. When preparing for an in-class case discussion, plan to use the case data to explain your assessment of the situation. Assume that your peers and instructor are familiar with the basic facts of the case.
In addition, it is good practice to pre File Size: KB. Case method analysis can assist educational administration and supervision students integrate theory with practice (Gorton, ; Lipham, Rankin, and Hoeh, ). Christensen () said, "When successful, the case method of instruction produces a manager grounded in theory and abstract knowledge and, more important, able to apply those.
The case method of analysis is a learning tool in which students and Instructors participate in direct discussion of case studies, as opposed to the lecture method, where the Instructor speaks and students listen and take notes.
In the case method, students teach themselves, with the Instructor being an active guide, rather than just a talking. book of cases by school principals themselves to provide real-life case studies to be used for in-service training for school principals and to be distributed among education faculties to develop essential skills for future school leaders using the case methodology, an effective pedagogical tool seldom usedFile Size: KB.
Preparing a Case Analysis. Conducting case analyses will assist you in digesting the MBA curriculum in several ways. Because the cases assigned to you will typically include both positive and negative examples of managerial decisions, you will gain a great understanding of what managers should and should not do in order to steer their organizations toward success.
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This case study digest is intended for classroom teachers who wish to discuss a variety of challenges in school leadership. The publication targets classroom teachers who desire leadership training and aspire to become school administrators. The case studies represent actual incidents experienced by school leaders.
The cases are formatted to include an overview of the community, the primary Author: Karen L. Hanson. Comprehensive Case Analysis Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Introduction The government creates public companies, in an attempt to strengthen the financial viability of a StudentShare Our website is a unique platform where students can share their papers in a matter of giving an example of the work to be done.
Study and Analysis of Lecture Model of Teaching 13 it can facilitate inter-disciplinary approach to topics. Disadvantages and Limitations: It is waste of time to repeat the matter already present in books.
The teacher to make the lecture impressive may care more for manner and style but very little for. The Praxis Educational Leadership: Administration and Supervision (ELAS) assessment measures whether entry-level education leaders have the standards-relevant knowledge believed necessary for competent professional practice.
The content of the assessment was defined by a National Advisory Committee of expert practitioners. A case study analysis requires you to investigate a business problem, examine the alternative solutions, and propose the most effective solution using supporting evidence.
Preparing the Case. Before you begin writing, follow these guidelines to help you prepare and understand the case study: Read and Examine the Case Thoroughly.
* An analysis of trends is made (a futures screen). * Measurable objectives are developed that will move the library toward its goals. * Products (collection, services, programs) are designed in conjunction with the objectives. * Analysis of price (cost to produce each product) is made to determine product priorities.
educational field, including areas such as teaching and learning, administration, educational psychology, multicultural studies, special education, content areas, and so forth. The use of the case study may range from extended case projects, theses, and dissertations with in-depth research on schools, programs,File Size: 55KB.
O detailed cross-referencing to a major educational resource web site designed speciﬁcally to run alongside this book. Research Methods in Education, sixth edition, is essential reading for both the professional researcher and anyone involved in educational research.
Louis Cohen is Emeritus Professor of Education at Loughborough University, UK. Case Studies for Educational Leadership: Solving Administrative Dilemmas "Case Studies for Educational Leadership" gives educational leadership students an opportunity to project themselves into real-life administrative situations and prepare for their future positions in the field.
Each case study contained in this practical first edition Cited by: 2. the case; others suggest that the notes should be prepared just before teaching the case each time, as the instructor may see different interpretations with each use of the case.
Others recommend preparing a note after the use of the case on the issues raised during discussion, as a reminder for the next Size: KB. This book contains 24 case studies selected to demonstrate the different types of challenges in contemporary educational leadership.
It is intended to help prospective administrators develop. educational outcomes, examples of this practice are rare. Instead, school budget models have been mostly constructed piece- meal over decades to meet the increasing demands, and conflicting priorities, of the modern education Size: 1MB.
Educational Administration > School Administration > Degree Programs You can begin preparing for a career as an educational administrator by acquiring experience as a teacher, professor or other related professional.
A graduate degree in a relevant area is the usual minimum requirement for obtaining an administrative position. In the s, the emphasis on using ICT to collect educational data and to improve the administration of educational systems began to increase in the developing countries. Visscher (b) believes that MIS can provide administrators and teachers with the information required for informed planning, policy-making, and by: GUIDELINES FOR.
PREPARING CASE ANALYSES. THE NEED FOR PRACTICALITY Be practical In analyzing strategic-management cases, do what strategists do everyday Make reasonable assumptions about unknowns Clearly state assumptions Perform appropriate analyses Make decisions.
THE NEED FOR JUSTIFICATION The most important part of analyzing cases is not what strategies you. Preparing an Effective Case Analysis. Using the Case Method. The case method brings reality into the classroom.
When developed and presented effectively, with rich and interesting detail, cases keep conceptual discussions grounded in reality. The case method can help your analytical and judgment skills.
Case analysis also helps you learn how to. CASE provides a wealth of resources to understand best practices, and it sets the standard for what and how we should operate in the advancement world.
It supports me in how to do the best for my own institution. Ron Song, Senior Director of Prospect & Campaign Analytics, University of California, Irvine.
CASE gives us the ability as an. Is also prepares the reader to face the new challenges of the twenty-first century in the areas of educational administration and management. The well-defined roles of the headmaster, teacher and pupil and the elements that go into making a school like the library, office etc., makes the book as a good guide for those who want to start a school.
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Problem solving and decision-making skills are addressed through the use of open-ended case studies. Effective practice in school administration requires both leadership and management. In today’s reform-minded, information-based society, practitioners must be able to frame problems correctly and then make effective.The desire to improve the management of schools and other educational institutions continues to be pervasive.
Finding those factors and/or behaviours that contribute to effective and efficient management of educational organizations must be the quest of those who seek a solid base in educational management and a desire to improve their own performance.