Leslie Hardinge Library Guides: EDAD 530 Foundations of School Administration

Course Description
A study of major opportunities, threats, and trends in the administration of elementary and secondary schools. The course includes an analysis of leadership skills required in the development of the school in such areas as the school program, human relations, facilities, and finances. It also includes a study of the legal rights, roles, and responsibilities of the various stakeholders in the educational endeavor. 
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School Administration
School Leadership
School Principalship
School Superintendents
School Management and Organization
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Subject Coordinator
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Hesell Delfin
Tel: 46 414408

Online Journals
  • Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration - a free peer-reviewed electronic journal. The journal welcomes manuscripts based on original work of practitioners and researchers with specific focus or implications for the management of distance education programs.
  • Education Research International - a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of Education.
  • New Superintendents E-Journal -  a quarterly electronic newsletter written specifically for those who are in their first months and years of the superintendency.
Websites and Associations
  • Education World - provides online resources on lesson planning, professional development, classroom activities, reviews on educational technology, apps and websites.
  • NoodleTools - it is a web-based student research service. 
Tech Tools for School Administrator
  • Evernote - digital notetaking and archiving tool

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Revised: May 8th 2019