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Using a Game-Format to Teach National Educational Standards to Aspiring School Administrators
Playing games in a graduate class for instructional leaders may seem childish. But the "proster theory" (Hart, 1992) asserts that the upper most part of the human brain functions best when the
A Primary Change from Within a Rural Kentucky School District.
This paper describes how a vice principal at a rural Kentucky elementary school successfully implemented curriculum changes to meet the learning needs of young children. The change process also
Long Term Impact on Reforming Classroom Practice.
EDRS PRICE MF01/PCO2 Plus Postage. DESCRIPTORS *Action Research; Classroom Techniques; *College School Cooperation; Educational Change; Elementary Education; Elementary School Teachers; Higher
The Perceptive Eye/Ear Game: An Activity That Encourages Practice on Best Practice; Honing Observation and Problem-Solving Skills of Administrators.
This paper describes a game-format instructional strategy for administrator development based on a modified case method, the Kentucky New Administrator Standards, and the Interstate School Leaders