Answer updated on: 23 Jan 2020
Establishing and maintaining two-way
communication and responding to the
needs expressedThis question asks for knowledge and
understanding of individual behavior and
group dynamics. A principal must be aware
of the basic motivations of staff, students,
and the community, as well as the behavior
of individuals within a group and the ways of
changing behavior to maximize ...
Answer updated on: 11 Jun 2019
Whether this strategy reaches the parents
who would most benefit from the sessionsThis question tests the school leaders
understanding of effective strategies for
involving parents in their childrens education.
The principal is aware that teaching parents
how to support childrens learning is clearly
an effective use of school personnel and
resources, so responses (B) and (D) would not
Answer updated on: 09 May 2019
The importance of keeping all information
they learn confidentialThis question focuses on an education leader
ensuring that rights and confidentiality
of students and staff are protected when
soliciting community resources, and in this
case, interpreters, to support student learning.
Responses (A), (B), and (D) are pieces of
information that could be shared. But given
what is being ...
Answer updated on: 09 May 2019
The teachersThis question focuses on the importance of
demonstrating how the new curriculum will
be beneficial to both students and teachers.
This will make it less likely for the teachers
to resist the change. Focusing on how the new
curriculum will benefit the other parties as
stated in responses (A), (B), and (D) will not
ensure the least resistance from teachers. When
teachers see ...
Answer updated on: 08 May 2019
Continuous participation by teachersThis question emphasizes the ability of the
school leader to prioritize tasks involved in the
process of redesigning a course of study. While
responses (A), (B), and (C) are important,
they are not the main emphasis. Response (D)
is, thus, the correct answer because effective
visions help individuals understand that they
are part of a larger world and ...
Answer updated on: 06 Mar 2019
Bring together representative members of
the faculty to examine the potential benefits
and drawbacks of revising the teaching
assignmentsThis item focuses on the school leaders
knowledge of effective methods for dealing
with opposition. Response (A) avoids rather
than addresses the opposition and postpones
indefinitely a plan that has been deemed
necessary. Response (B) might ...
Answer updated on: 02 Mar 2019
III, IV, I, IIThe question focuses on the school leaders
understanding of the sequence of steps
necessary to support a teacher in addressing an
identified area of weakness, in this instance,
classroom management. The school leader
should assess the problem by conducting
classroom observations to gather anecdotal
evidence and then share these observations
with the teacher in order to ...
Answer updated on: 25 Feb 2019
Answer updated on: 13 Jan 2019
Answer updated on: 11 Dec 2018
Disaggregate the data, identify specific
areas for improvement, and then form a
collaborative team of teachers, community
members, and officials to develop the
action planThis question focuses on the leaders
understanding of effective methods for
solving an educational problem. In response
(B), the principal acknowledges the value
of collaboration in solving an educational
problem but ...
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