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Educational leadership in Alberta

T. Craig Montgomerie

Educational leadership in Alberta

a study conductedd on behalf of the Consortium

by T. Craig Montgomerie

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Published by Dept. of Educational Administration in Edmonton, [AB] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School management and organization -- Alberta.,
  • Education -- Alberta.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: The Alberta Consortium for the Development of Leadership in Education.

    Statementby Craig Montgomerie, Frank Peters, Ken Ward.
    ContributionsPeters, Frank., Ward, Kenneth Lyle., Alberta Consortium for the Development of Leadership in Education.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 111 p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19579964M
    ISBN 100888647654
    OCLC/WorldCa27383891

    ‘Educational Leadership for Social Justice’ Series Series Editor: David Middlewood Tony Bush and David Middlewood Leading and Managing People in Education Jacky Lumby with Marianne Coleman Leadership and Diversity David Middlewood and Richard Parker Leading and Managing Extended Schools 09/02/ Page ii.   The role of educational leaders has been undergoing many changes in the era of globalization due to diverse needs and expectations of the stakeholders of education. This increases the need for professional development of educational leaders to fulfill their roles. Educational leaders have high impact on shaping school culture, school improvement, student learning, and achievement, so .

    This document reports on a study on educational leadership training opportunities and needs in Alberta, Canada. After an overview of study objectives and methodology, a detailed review of the literature on leadership is presented, including various leadership and educational leadership definitions and information on preservice preparation and inservice training for educational leaders. Bibliography Books on Educational Leadership. Ackerman, R., Donaldson Jr., G.A., & van der Bogut, R. (). Making sense as a school leader.

    How to apply for teacher certification in Alberta. Information about K to 12 online learning, distance education and blended learning in Alberta. Information on the General Educational Development (GED) including eligibility and where you can write the tests. New quality standards and competencies for members of the teaching profession in Alberta. ing approaches are reflected in subsequent chapters of this book. Bolam ( ) defines educational management as ‘an executive function for carrying out agreed policy’. He differentiates management from educational leadership which has ‘at its core the responsibility for policy formulation and, where appropriate, organizational.


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