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ERIC Number: ED066420
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 42
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How Principals Can Improve Instruction.
Benjamin, Dayton
This handbook provides specific guidelines to supervisory activity which relate directly to the classroom work of teachers and youngsters. Chapters concern the principal and his involvement in curriculum psychological principles of learning as a guide to supervisory activity, sociological principles of education as a guide to supervisory activity, how principals can become involved, rationalizations principals might use to avoid student contact, and a program for in-service training for instructional principals. Specific guidelines to principals who work directly with teachers and youngsters are offered in the chapters concerning psychology and sociology. Specific examples of how principals can become involved are classified according to three major headings: curriculum materials and instructional procedures, mental hygiene of teachers, and administrative arrangements. Seven in-service activities are presented for the instructional principal to upgrade his competence in the field of curriculum. (MJM)
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Note: A. C. Croft, 1832 Franklin St., Santa Monica, Calif. 06404 ($6.75)