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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52860
Doc. No:TL22814
Call number:‭3462988‬
Main Entry:Damian Oscar Medina
Title & Author:School principals as leaders in a new roleDamian Oscar Medina
College:Seton Hall University
Date:2009
Degree:Ed.D.
student score:2009
Page No:367-n/a
Abstract:This research study examines the commonalities among school principals and their role as instructional leaders, their training as school administrators, and their work experience in schools with high concentration of language minority students of Hispanic descent. Ethnography and grounded theory were used as the preferred data collection methods in an attempt to unveil cultural scenes unique to the informants and their role as school principals. Informants participated in face-to-face ethnographic interviews, which made use of unstructured open-ended questions, in an effort to give informants the opportunity and freedom to openly share their views and experiences from their own frame of reference. Ethnography also allowed informants to give a more detailed account of their perceptions, behaviors, and experiences regarding their administration training programs, their roles as school leaders, and the education of ESL/bilingual students. The research study focuses on the skills and knowledge groundings that school principals acquired during their training programs, the knowledge and skills they developed on the job, and the manner in which these formal and informal learning experiences served them to provide quality education to limited English proficient students of Hispanic descent. Lastly, this study explores the conditions, accommodations, and teaching methodology; principals believe can facilitate the creation and establishment of positive learning environments for ESL/bilingual students.
Subject:Education; Principals; Administrator training; ESL/bilingual education; Language minority; Positive learning environments; Culture of care; Responsive education; Bilingual education; School administration; Curriculum development; School principals; Educational leadership; 0514:School administration; 0727:Curriculum development; 0282:Bilingual education
Added Entry:J. Cobarrubias
Added Entry:Seton Hall University