First, share what you determined was the root cause for week 4’s case study. Next, identify a campus area of need for improvement that may be an option for your leadership project. Use the PASL Tasks, which are part of the Texas certification assessment requirements, for understanding of the expected scope for the leadership project. You can find the PASL tasks at this link: Include the following in your discussion: Explain why you would choose this as a possible project. Relate how this project would benefit your campus. Explain how you would benefit in professional growth by leading this project: Include support from what you discovered through the self-assessments and other activities in the course.
First, share what you determined was the root cause for week 4’s case study. Next, identify a campus area of need for improvement that may be an option for your leadership project. Use the PASL Tasks
CASE STUDY 4 Case Study Student’s Name Institutional Affiliations Case Study In the first case study, I determined that the root causes as to why students were not prepared for the college learning experience included: The principal was not clear in setting goals for his stuff, the communication channels in the institution was ineffective and the environment with which the teachers were working was not a trustworthy one. He was ignorant on the reasons why his institution was not growing as he had anticipated because he only focused on the immediate cause instead of digging deeper into the source of the problem (Martin Et Al, 2017). I discovered that lack of effective communication was a problem because it slowed down the planning process of classes. Furthermore, it depicted poor leadership strategies. Improper goal setting demotivates the staff as well as the students. They therefore end up lacking proper drive to guide them through the learning process. Also, lack of trust discourages teamwork, co-operation, planning, and implementation of decisions on time, and successful completion of assignments within staff members; at the end, all these factors if not addressed, will lead to the failure of the college. In case study 2, when managing group processes, it is crucial to investigate the background of the involved parties. The principal, Mr. Kelly did not take his time to investigate the background of his students before initiating the literacy policy to the school. Considering the fact that seventy percent of his students receive free lunch or reduced lunch prices, it means that they would be unable to follow up with extra school activities because of the humble background that they were from (Gandolfi, 2016). Mr. Kelly did not support these students appropriately. Furthermore, he failed to show support to his teaching staff through providing training on how they would impart the policy program to the students. The principle failed to manage a positive culture to his students when he introduced the literacy program, since they were not compatible to most of his students. This was also reflected in the way the teaching staff began to feel the pressure hence being demotivated. The Assistant superintendent was unethical in how he practiced his powers. He only requested the principle to go for training and not the entire teaching fraternity. References Martin, G. E., Danzig, A. B., Wright, W. F., Flanary, R. A., & Orr, M. T. (2017). School leader internship: Developing, monitoring, and evaluating your leadership experience, 4th ed. New York, NY: Routledge, pg. 131. Gandolfi, F. (2016). Fundamentals of leadership development. Executive Master’s in Leadership Presentation.

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