Preparing for Educational Administration Using Case Analysis
Appropriate as a supplemental casebook for Introduction to Educational Administration, Principalship, or Educational Leadership courses.This text combines 34 meaningful case studies and a case analysis framework to create a powerful resource that will be referenced long after it has been assigned reading. It offers a unique opportunity to participate in serious problem solving with relevant and realistic case material that captures the interest of the reader. By introducing students to real life situations and a case analysis framework, they are able to analyze and resolve the problems presented in each case.
- Paperback | 150 pages
- 210.8 x 274.3 x 10.2mm | 340.2g
- 09 Jun 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
Introduction. 1. Is There a Nurse in the House? 2. May the Best Clerk Win? 3. When Diplomacy Fails. 4. Got Lunch? 5. In the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time. 6. Reclaiming Rose Place. 7. Whose Problem Is It Anyway? 8. When Students Take Matters Into Their Own Hands. 9. No Matter What, It Isn't Working. 10. Lice Aren't Nice: Parents Can Be Worse. 11. Mistake in Identity. 12. A Slip on Candy, Not Too Dandy. 13. The Custodian from Hell. 14. To Be or Not To Be the Substitute. 15. The Hip Club Ain't Happening. 16. The Parent Who Ran Away With the Child. 17. An Unwise Decision. 18. Cultural Clash and Curriculum Chaos. 19. The Best of Friends at the Worst of Times. 20. From Rookie to Reality. 21. Caught in the Web. 22. The Gatekeeper. 23. A Question of Balance. 24. Golden Oldies. 25. To Keep or Not to Keep Samantha? 26. When East Meets West. 27. Quick to Accuse. 28. Here Today and Gone Tomorrow. 29. A Time to Reflect. 30. There's a New Gal in Town. 31. Before You Go, There is One More Thing You Need to Know. 32. Voucher as the Voice of the People. 33. To Brian, In His Memory. 34. Mrs. Bumble and Her Band of Busybodies. Suggested Reading. Index.