Open Access Graduate Research Paper
School administrators--Attitudes; Teacher-administrator relationships; Student-administrator relationships;
My goal in education is obvious: students will develop their own presence of learning. The positive experience they have in school will help them grow into world-class learners. As an educator I empower my students, for at least one day, to know that this is their day to be special. Then I repeat that process for all of them the next day, the next month, and the following years.
Leadership is easy to talk about but difficult to implement. A leader does not solve other people's problems for them. I do believe that a problem will no longer exist, if the problem holder or group has already brainstormed some ideas that may be evaluated in place of it. Why ask people to do a task and then tell them how to do it? I want to be able, within reason, to have faith in and empower my staff, administrative team, or committee members to think outside the box.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Educational Leadership, Counseling, and Postsecondary Education
Robert H. Decker
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©2007 Mark Musker
Musker, Mark, "An administrator's look at leadership and education : a reflective essay" (2007). Graduate Research Papers. 1238.