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Hawaii International Education Conference

Honolulu 2013

Principals as Agents of Change

Jack States

The Wing Institute


How Important Are Principals?


Principals Impact on Student Achievement


Do Leadership Styles Make a Difference?


Administrators Impact on Turnover


What Principals Do Makes a Difference


How Principals Spend Time

Turnbull, et al., 2009


How Effective Are Principals at Identifying Valued Teachers


How Principals Currently Assess Teachers

  • Summative process: questionnaires, surveys, interviews, observations, and formal evaluation

  • Walk-through: brief unscheduled visits

  • Student achievement data

  • Portfolio’s

  • Peer reviews

  • National Board Certification

  • School improvement participation

Ponticell, 2004


Graduation

Teaching

Curriculum

Feedback

Loop

How Do We Change This Picture?

Input

Process

Outcomes

Rummler and Brache, 1990


Promote Practices That Work For Students


Impact of Instructional Strategies on Student Achievement


Promote Practices That Work For Teachers


Effective and Marginal Supervisors

Categories From the Operant Supervisory Taxonomy and Index

Komaki, 1986


What Staff Development Methods Produce Best Results?


Principal Preparation Qualifications


What Do Principal Preparation Programs Teach?


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