3 edition of Poorly performing staff in schools and how to manage them found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -206) and index.
|Statement||Brian Fidler and Tessa Atton.|
|Series||Educational management series|
|LC Classifications||LB2832.4.G7 F53 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||98037420|
Leaders could mentor their teaching staff by observing practice, providing pointed feed-back, and modeling instruction when neces-sary. Although this is an appealing portrait of the ideal, this model is actually poorly suited to the reality of many of today’s schools. That reality includes large high schools servingFile Size: KB. Jumpstart Your Business. Entrepreneur Insider is your all-access pass to the skills, experts, and network you need to get your business off the ground—or take it .
of under-performing or struggling schools. • A tendency to over-focus on leadership in the context of improving poorly performing schools. • Little regard for the variety of schools (size, type, gender of the leader, the true locus of the training offered to them has been on other management tasks (budget, human resources, marketing. The Obama administration, consumer groups, Democrats in the U.S. Senate and some of their Republican colleagues all have criticized accreditors for failing to hold poorly performing colleges accountable, including in areas of consumer protection that traditionally have been the job of state regulators.
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Poorly Performing Staff in Schools and How to Manage Them: Capability Competence and Motivation. [Brian Fidler; Tessa Atton] -- This book is intended as a guide to headteachers and others responsible for education about how to deal with teachers and other staff who are not doing their jobs well enough.
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This book will help headteachers, managers and governors diagnose and tackle poor performance where it has arisen and he Brand: Taylor And Francis. Get this from a library. Poorly performing staff in schools and how to manage them: capability, competence, and motivation.
[Brian Fidler; Tessa Atton] -- Headteachers, managers and governors will be able to use this book to diagnose and tackle poor performance where it has arisen and help them to prevent poor performance in the future.
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In schools we've led and in our work supporting principals, we've identified strategies anyone can use to deal with difficult and resistant staff members while maintaining a healthy school climate. We have seen eight major types of difficult staff members in action.
2 Each type presents its own threat to school climate and culture. A lot of attention is being given to the idea of school “turnarounds” lately – the concept of taking a poorly performing school and drastically changing.
Give them specific feedback on how they’re doing. If results are mixed, share with them what they’re doing right as well as what they’re doing wrong. Now – this part is important – if you don’t see improvement, or if the employee is still making similar errors, address them.
Don’t wait until your next follow-up meeting. Closing Schools Without Discussion Won't Fix Chicago's System City officials are experimenting on disadvantaged neighborhoods, often without input from families, students, and teachers. Noah Berlatsky. T o cite this article: Francine de Clercq () Improving teachers' practice in poorly performing primary schools: The trial of the GPLMS intervention in.
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“You might meet with them and ask how they’re doing — at work, at home, and with their career development,” suggests Porath.
If you find there’s a reason for why they’re acting the way. Bad performance management costs a lot and delivers little. In one organization that I was with recently, the employees so loathed the performance management approach that when it was changed they Author: Sebastian Bailey.Coalition recommends coordination between Detroit schools, putting emphasis on reading.
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Meanwhile, education nonprofits, parent-teacher associations, and teachers Author: Whitney Eulich.