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Maximizing People Power in Schools
This volume focuses on maximizing productivity of people in schools and covers all phases of professional development. Specific suggestions are given on a number of areas, such as hiring the best teachers, providing quality in-service training, motivating and evaluating teachers, arresting burnout, dismissing incompetent teachers, and using support staff resources. A trouble-shooting guide to major problems confronting administrators is also included. The busy administrator dealing with day-to-day problems will find this book an invaluable resource.
- Grade Level: PreK-12
- ISBN: 9780803960152
- Published By: Corwin
- Series: Successful Schools
- Year: 1992
- Page Count: 160
- Publication date: April 30, 1992
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Table of Contents
Staffing the School Right the First Time
Teacher Burnout and Mediocrity
The Antidote is Professional Development and Motivation
Evaluating and Supervising Teachers
Managing the Marginal Teacher
Strategies for Assisting the Marginal Teacher
Staying Legal and Out of Trouble
Maximizing the Potential of Support Personnel