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Monday, December 5, 2011

INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP and SUPERVISION


INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP
  •  may be defined as those actions undertaken with the intention of developing a productive and satisfying working environment for teachers and desirable learning conditions and outcomes for the children.
  • Instructional leadership encompasses "those actions that a principal takes, or delegates to others, to promote growth in student learning"
INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION
7 Correlates of Effective Schools

Instructional Leadership
  •  Clear and Focused Mission 
  • Safe and Orderly Environment 
  • Climate of High Expectations 
  • Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress 
  • Positive Home-School Relations 
  • Opportunity to Learn and Student Time on Task 

Katz’ 3 Basic Skill Areas for Administrators
      A. human
      B. technical
      C. conceptual

Mann’s Classification of  Supervisory Skills
A. human
B.  technical
C. administrative or managerial

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM --
  - a set of related activities intended to achieve teaching and maximized pupil/student learning and the efficient utilization of available material/human resources.

CRITICAL AREAS OF CONCERN OF THE INSTRUCTIONAL LEADER
1. Curriculum implementation
2. The teaching -learning environment
3. Instructional materials
4. Pupil/student assessment
5. Techniques/Methods of teaching
6. Staff development

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