Publisher description for Seven steps to effective instructional leadership / Elaine K. McEwan.


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"Finally a book makes sense of the importance of instructional leadership in schools. Sound school-based examples."
Sharon A. Gibb, Professor, Educational Leadership and Foundations
Brigham Young University

Make a substantive impact on the lives of your students and your staff. This practical, hands-on guide can help you become more effective as an instructional leader. Here are research-backed activities to help you:
Establish and implement your instructional goals
Be there for your staff
Create a learning-oriented school culture and climate
Communicate your school’s vision and mission to staff and students
Set high expectations for your staff
Develop teacher leaders
Maintain a positive attitude towards students, staff, and parents
Integrate these seven steps into your daily behavior. Chapters on each step include discussion and advice from instructional leaders, research data, and practical suggestions you can use right now in your school.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
School principals -- Self-rating of.
Educational leadership.
Teacher-principal relationships.