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association between principal influence on teachers and student achievement

Norman Merrill Drake

association between principal influence on teachers and student achievement

by Norman Merrill Drake

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elementary school principals -- Washington (State),
  • Elementary school teachers -- Washington (State),
  • Academic achievement -- Washington (State),
  • Performance in children.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Norman Merrill Drake.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 127 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16951861M

    The Impact of School Facilities on Student Achievement, Attendance, Behavior, Completion Rate and Teacher Turnover Rate at Selected Texas High Schools. (December ) Robert Scott McGowen, B.S., Texas A&M University; M.S., University of Houston, Clear Lake Chair of File Size: 1MB. Principals are often seen as the primary agents of change to improve student achievement in their schools. Yet the role of the principal is complex, and there are many ways that principals might potentially influence classroom instruction and student learning. What matters most? Researchers used data from hundreds of schools to learn how principals were most effective at achieving higher.

    cumulative message from increasingly sophisticated research studies is that principals (a) have strong influence on teacher recruitment and retention (Darling-Hammond, LaPointe, Meyerson, Orr, & Cohen, ); (b) have smaller but significant indirect effects on student achievementFile Size: KB. student achievement is needed to assist principal certification programs in preparing school leaders to make positive change in the organization and improve student learning. PURPOSE The purpose of this investigation was to determine the relationship between leadership practices, school File Size: KB.

    The AASA Journal of Scholarship & Practice is published through the AASA Leadership Development Office and is a refereed, blind-reviewed, quarterly journal with a focus on research and evidence-based practice. It is designed to benefit AASA members and full-time and adjunct professors. How Do Principals Influence. Student Achievement? Principals are often seen as the primary agents of change to improve. student achievement in their schools. Yet the role of the principal is complex, and there are many ways that principals might potentially influence classroom instruction and student learning. What matters most?


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Association between principal influence on teachers and student achievement by Norman Merrill Drake Download PDF EPUB FB2

Leadership because it attempt s to influence student achievement through th e efforts of teachers and others rather than through the dir ect behavior of principals them selves. The principal may have empowered teachers to lead different aspects of work in the school, but then did not coordinate across teacher teams, or keep the work.

Using structural equation modeling, relational mechanisms between principals and their teachers are identified and explain positive principal attitudes. This process is then linearly regressed to explain the effects of these relationships on teachers’ by:   The authors focused on the yearswhich included 7, individual elementary and middle school principals.

Due to the fact tenure could potentially affect a principal’s impact, the first analysis concentrated only on data from the first three years a principal led a school, and determined that a principal at the 75th percentile of their effectiveness measure contributes to average.

A recent edited volume, Interpersonal Relationships in Education (Wubbels et al., ), also focuses on multiple dimensions of student-student, student-teacher, and teacher-teacher interactions, and the edited book Social Networks and Educational Change (Daly, ) was completely dedicated to using social network analysis and theory to Cited by: 9.

This paper examines the influence of student-teacher communication on students’ academic achievement for effective teaching and learning. Three objectives of the study, three research questions and three research hypotheses guided the study.

The population of the study comprises of all level and level undergraduate students from the Department of Educational Psychology Cited by: 1. In support of this view, Ladd et al. () reported that negative patterns of classroom participation (e.g., failure to follow classroom rules, not accepting the teacher’s authority) in kindergarten mediated the association between conflict in the student–teacher relationship and by: Anobi () recognizes that as true educators, teachers are always learning; and teachers need to continue to define the meaning of highly qualified, instead of doing as little as possible within the meaning of the law.

As teachers, educators need to move from mere competence to excellence in Size: KB. As school leaders, principals can influence student achievement in a number of ways, such as: hiring and firing teachers, monitoring instruction, and maintaining student discipline, among others.

and data was collected using three sets of questionnaires for the head teachers, teachers and students. The target population consisted of all the Free day secondary schools in the district, their head teachers, teachers and students.

The sample consisted of 6 principals, 18 class teachers and Size: KB. requiring further analysis is how, exactly, principals influence the instructional work of their schools (Wilson & Firestone, ), thereby increasing student achievement. By examining the full range of cultural linkages, the principal can become a strong support for effective instruction in a school.

The book also reviews differences in instructional leadership between elementary and secondary principals; male and female principals; and principals in high- and low-socioeconomic status schools. Following are some of the key points made in the analysis. Strong administrative leadership is a key component of schools with high student by: Abstract As school leaders, principals can influence student achievement in a number of ways, such as hiring and firing of teachers, monitoring instruction and maintaining student discipline.

between teachers’ collaborative practice and student achievement and the indirect effect of principal leadership on achievement via teacher collaboration. The purpose of this study was to examine the direct link between teachers’ collaborative practices and student achievement and the role of the principal in facilitating this relationship.

Our leadership skills matter and matter BIG. The power to change a school is in the hands of a principal. The key to a successful school is a great principal. I'm not here to share with you research, statistics, valued-added-quantitative research, and some great model of leadership.

There are plenty of books and research to be read already. Association Drive Reston, Virginia NASSP (National Association of Secondary School Principals) is the leading organization of and national voice for middle level and high school principals, assistant principals, and all school leaders from across the United States and 36 countries around the world.

The Influence of School Administrators on Teacher Retention Decisions Donald Boyd, Pamela Grossman, Marsha Ing, Hamilton Lankford, and James Wyckoff as compared to 15 percent in the schools having the highest student achievement. Some studies principal, parents and other teachers. The researchers find that these school working File Size: KB.

Influence of teacher characteristics on students’ academic achievement among secondary schools Anita Kosgei 1, Jairo Kirwa Mise 2, Odhiambo Odera *3, Mary Evelyn Ayugi 4 1. Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya 2.

University of Kerala India, PhD Scholar, University of Kerala (IMK), 3. University of Southern Queensland, Australia and Masinde MuliroCited by: In he published a book called Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement in which he did a meta-analysis of a lot of other meta-analyses and came up with a ranked list of the effects of teacher, teaching, and student influences on achievement (as seen here).

The Relationship between Principal Characteristics, School-Level Teacher Quality and Turnover, and Student Achievement Abstract One of the most important roles principals play in determining the quality of their schools is the selection and retention of well-qualified teachers.

The preponderance of. Effective Instruction Overview. There currently is an abundant knowledge-base to inform us that in schools teachers play the critical role in student learning and achievement. Research reveals that how teachers instruct and these interactions with students is the cornerstone around which to .Across America, both principals and teachers alike have to contend with matters such as student discipline.

The principal is endlessly involved in dealing with discipline problems, but his role is somewhat different from that of the teacher. Yet in many respects, the teacher and the principal work as a team on major discipline problems (Kritsonis, ).time, the teachers and principals viewed achievement test data, sought assistance for particular students, and discussed curriculum alignment, instructional strategies, how to enhance student achievement, and other job-embedded issues.

The teachers felt the common planning time was vital to their profes-sional and their students’ academic growth.