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    Educational Leadership

    Educational leadership, or school leadership, is the means of managing a school. As a graduate level topic, it includes a diverse area of content, from school budgets and finance, human resources, school law, curriculum and assessment, problem solving and the application of leadership skills. Graduate students engage in the study of managing and leading faculty, staff, students, parents and community in the broader context of social, political and economic forces in society that impact education.

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    Leadership Styles and Safety Management

    1. Need to examine different Leadership styles, and then discuss how these Leadership styles and good safety management are linked or may be presented in terms of effects. 2. Discuss why Leadership style is important and why the effects of possession of different Leadership styles may be advantageous and adversely why absence o

    The globalization of higher education

    How has the globalization of higher education impacted the costs of higher education in the United States, if at all? Why have we seen this impact (or lack thereof)? In what ways has this globalization had a positive impact upon American higher education? In what ways has it had a negative impact?

    Funding Sources for Public Higher Education in South Africa

    Reading the article Funding Sources for Public Higher Education in South Africa: Institutional Responses: https://www.questia.com/library/journal/1P3-3446954731/funding-sources-for-public-higher-education-in-south What is the cause of this funding shift in South Africa? What about the United States? What is the impact of th


    How would you define a consortium? What was one of the oldest consortiums in higher education institutions? What are some of the potential benefits of joining a consortium? What are some of the drawbacks, if any, to joining a consortium?

    Hidden Costs in Building/Construction Projects and Budgets

    In higher education hidden costs can sometimes arise in building/construction projects, this can be a real issue because these costs can create an unexpected strain upon the budget. What are some ways that we can work to anticipate what some of these hidden costs may be? What are some ways (if you feel this is possible) tha

    The relationship between the strategic plan and the budget

    How would you describe the relationship between the strategic plan and the budget in higher education? What should it look like when everything goes according to plan? What are some keys to ensuring that things do go accordingly to plan?

    The importance of risk management and eliminating risk

    The importance of risk management is to reduce or eliminate risks in higher education. Risks such as physical, casualty, fiscal, business, and repetitional risks. 1. Can we ever fully eliminate risk? If so, how? If not, why not? If we cannot eliminate risks, then what are we trying to accomplish through these risk managem

    Evaluation of Leadership Theories in Inspiring a Departmental Vision

    Inspiring a Departmental Vision Shawneen Zackuse City University of Seattle Abstract Inspiring a Departmental Vision Overview of Inspiring a Departmental Vision Evaluation of Leadership Theories in Inspiring a Departmental Vision Behavioral Approach Theory Pros. Cons. Authentic Leadership Theory Pros.


    Module 2 - Case RESEARCH QUESTIONS, VARIABLES, AND TYPES OF DATA Assignment Overview First, view the presentation titled Quantitative Research Questions and read the Module 2 background information. Then discuss the following items in 2-3 pages (not including the cover sheet and bibliography): Case Assignment 1. Develop fou

    Educational Administrators: Use of Leadership Power

    The 5 different types of power are: legitimate, reward, coercive, expert, and referent. - What are the significant components or elements of each type of power? - Do educational administrators give a great deal of thought to their type of power that they use in their daily professional life?

    Educational administrators as entrepreneurs, organizers, and instructional leaders

    The work of educational leaders is mainly about enhancing the skills and knowledge of the people in the organization. One way leaders can accomplish this task is to create a widespread culture that accepts the use of those skills and knowledge. The culture within the environment of an educational institution is extremely importa

    Leadership and Management

    You are the director of your own childcare center. Using Standard #10 in "Overview of the NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards" to share with your staff, demonstrating the following NAEYC points: - Effective communication - Explain how you will effectively communicate with your staff. - Comfortable and supportive workpla

    Strategic Educational Program Proposal

    Educational program planning is the act of getting various professionals involved in collecting good information and then using that information to make smart decisions about long-range and short-range future changes. You are to develop a proposed list of tasks for a strategic plan for a specific PreK-12 school district or highe

    Educational Leadership Organizational Techniques

    1. There are three major skills that Educational Leaders must have or improve upon in order to find success in their mission to be effective educational leaders. What are these skills and how should Educational Leaders apply them during their journey to improve educational programs? 2. As Educational Leaders begin their jour

    Educational Strategic Planning

    Describe the benefits of strategic planning for educational institutions. Defend or refute the use of strategic planning for educational institutions while comparing strategic planning to traditional planning.

    Educational Leadership

    Review the two scenarios (attached cases) that relate to our class exploration into how government and judicial organizations influence educational leaders in their decision making process then give your reflections on the following questions: Chapter 9 Case: Are the Feds running the school? What should Mr. Dillard say to Mr.

    Educational Leadership

    Review the three (3) attached scenarios (Cases: C4, C6 & C7) and give your reflection as to the leadership style and what would you have done differently if you were in these administrators' position.

    Leadership vs. Management

    Describe the difference between leadership and management using examples from your own professional experience Discuss in what circumstances management is a necessary component of leadership Share what you feel are the most important traits of effective leadership and effective management

    Leading Educational Organizations

    Our responsibility as leaders includes advocacy for our organizations. To advocate effectively, we need to demonstrate and effectively communicate that a difference has been made that we have closed a learning gap or benefited from an opportunity. In this assignment, you will be asked to design a plan for communicating posit


    What are the leadership challenges for leaders who want to achieve positive social change?

    A discussion on leadership occurs.

    These areas are debated: 1. In what ways can past experiences and knowledge affect thought and behavior in a unique and unfamiliar situation? I am writing about including and mainstreaming the autistic student in the regular eduction classroom. 2. Also how can we reframe leadership to meet the needs today?