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TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Leaders

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The 5 Levels Of Leadership: Proven Steps To Maximize Your Potential, Ray C. Roennfeldt Jan 2012

The 5 Levels Of Leadership: Proven Steps To Maximize Your Potential, Ray C. Roennfeldt

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

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Can Leadership Help Teachers Deal With Change-Associated Challenges?, Andrew Matthes Jan 2012

Can Leadership Help Teachers Deal With Change-Associated Challenges?, Andrew Matthes

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Life in the modern world is fast, complex,

uncertain and compressed. This presents new

problems and challenges for school systems

and the teachers who work in them (Fullan,

2005). The compression of time and space

create accelerated change; evidenced by

growing innovation, overload and intensification

in teachers’ work. It is undeniable that

teachers and principals in Australian schools,

increasingly, are expected to address an array of

social issues and societal problems previously

external to their professional domain (Mitchell

et al., 2002, p. 19). Furthermore, government

safety and welfare concerns have resulted in

new legislation and regulations, culminating in

additional levels ...


Educational Administrators: Leaders Or Managers?, Travis Manners, Peter Morey Jan 2007

Educational Administrators: Leaders Or Managers?, Travis Manners, Peter Morey

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

The image is striking. A business man dressed

in his suit is sitting on a wooden chair that

has been placed on the pebbles very close

to the water’s edge. He has his legs crossed,

hands in his lap, shoulders back and with

an air of authority he is staring out across

the lake. In the background one can see the

mountains on the other side of the lake, giving

way to the expansive sky overhead. Words

have been overprinted in the sky which simply

read, ‘Now I invent instead of Predict. I am a

Visionary’. Underneath the image ...