Effective Principal Leadership: The Wallace Foundation
Education Leadership: Coaching
Principal's Time Use and School Effectiveness
School principals have complex jobs. To better understand the work lives of principals, this study uses observational time use data for all high school principals in one district. This article examines the relationship between the time principals spent on different types of activities and school outcomes, including student achievement, teacher and parent assessments of the school, and teacher satisfaction.
School Leaders Matter
Measuring the impact of effective principals - This study provides new evidence on the importance of school leadership by estimating individual principals’ contributions to growth in student achievement. The approach is quite similar to studies that measure teachers’ “value added” to student achievement, except that the calculation is applied to the entire school.
7 Habits of Highly Effective People
The Skillful Leader: Confronting Mediocre Teaching
Platt, Tripp, Ogden, and Fraser
Classroom Instruction that Works
Built to Change
Lawler and Worley
Costa & Garmston
The 360 Degree Leader
Patterson, Grenny, McMillan, Switzler
Learning By Doing
TAIS resources: Leadership Effectiveness
The Principal's Story Clip Reel
Closing the Achievement Gap
SAM I AM: Making the Time for Effective Instructional Leadership
Building a Better Pipeline to the Principalship
Important Checklists and Guides for Principals
Principal Leadership Questionaire
Effective Principal 360 Degrees: Self Assessment Tool
Competencies of High Performers
Franklin Covey: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Training
Franklin Covey Leadership Modular Series Training
Institute of Developmental Coaching
First Time Campus Administrator Academy
Teacher Evaluation and Support System (TTESS)
Cohort of Leadership Associates
Sessions offered at Education Service Center, Region 20, are available for registration at Connect20
Additionally, customized sessions are available for campuses and districts.
For more information, please contact Shannon Allen (210)370-5481.
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