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ERIC Number: ED422301
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 57
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Case Study Digest: Preparing Teachers for Education Administration.
Hanson, Karen L., Ed.
This case study digest is intended for classroom teachers who wish to discuss a variety of challenges in school leadership. The publication targets classroom teachers who desire leadership training and aspire to become school administrators. The case studies represent actual incidents experienced by school leaders. The cases are formatted to include an overview of the community, the primary players, and the principal problem. As each case is presented, the reader assumes the role of the school administrator and actively participates in resolving the issues introduced in the case and highlighted in the questions immediately following. Each of the cases introduces a unique set of circumstances that require leadership skill and expertise in resolving the situation. There are 17 cases: (1) "Is There a Nurse in the House?" (M.C.C.); (2) "May the Best Clerk Win" (Deborah Huggins); (3) "When Diplomacy Fails" (Mark Miller); (4) "Got Lunch?" (W. Lisa Ryan); (5) "In the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time" (B. Balanay); (6) "Reclaiming Rose Place" (Rosalind Y. Jackson); (7) "Whose Problem Is It Anyway?" (Nancy J. Intermill); (8) "When Students Take Matters into Their Own Hands" (M. Steinrichter); (9) "No Matter What, It Isn't Working" (Cynthia Pebley); (10) "Lice Aren't Nice: Parents Can Be Worse" (Roberta Rose); (11) "Mistake in Identity" (Allysa Stewart); (12) "A Slip on Candy, Not Too Dandy" (Gloria U. McKearney); (13) "The Custodian from Hell" (Tom Macdonald); (14) "To Be or Not To Be the Substitute" (Julia M. Burke); (15) "The Hip Club Ain't Happening" (Timothy D. Glover); (16) "The Parent Who Ran Away with the Child" (Linda Rees); and (17) "Three's a Crowd" (Mel Schuler). (SM)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Language: English
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