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Eduleadership | The Pareto Principle and Instructional Leadership

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RT @eduleadership: Prioritizing, differentiating, and focusing your instructional leadership efforts with teachers - http://t.co/JKFODkcXUZ

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Virtual Coaching for School Leaders | ResearchNetwork.Pearson.com

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“Will virtual coaching be the next disruptive innovator for instructional leadership? http://t.co/Ddir75UZL9”;


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Seven Steps to Effective Instructional Leadership Video

A video interpretation of the book Seven Steps to Effective Instructional Leadership created for a class project in Ed Leadership at Henderson State University.
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Effective Instructional Time Use for School Leaders: Longitudinal Evidence From Observations of Principals

Scholars have long argued that principals should be instructional leaders, but few studies have empirically linked specific instructional leadership behaviors to school performance.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, January 22, 2014 1:01 PM

The opening paragraph points out that instructional leadership (school administrators) has an indirect bearing on learning gains. Many of the tasks listed under leadership are largely management i.e. assigning students to classes and in schools I taught at were done by clerical staff.

 

In today's world with digital technologies, many budgeting tasks are completed via templates with plug in the numbers. Where I taught the thickness of administration was growing with little evidence that it supported what was going on in the classrooms.

 

Real time engaged with classroom teachers listening to their ideas would be better than walk throughs which have a negative effect. This is particularly true when the principal walks through and high-fives his favourite students thinking this is an acceptable practice. I worked for a principal who did that and thought we were too uptight when we were concerned.