Educational Leadership Philosophy

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An Educational leader must be an instructional leader. The primary goal of any Educational leader is to promote a high level of instruction in order for students to gain mastery of skills. This goal is paramount to any Educational leader in assisting in the development of quality instructional practices. Additionally, Educational leaders need to develop and effectively communicate a mission and vision for their school which will inspire all stakeholders. For any Educational community to attain this level of success an Educational leader; must develop positive relationships with community members, collaborate with classroom teachers to develop a curriculum based on data driven instruction, create and maintain a culture based on professionalism in decision making based on a set of ethical standards, and developing a rapport among the entire community that drives a student first ideal. …show more content…
An Educational leader must strive to continually improve their own understanding and mastery of current educational practices and theories. Maintaining a lifelong commitment to furthering one’s own professional development and sharing this knowledge with one’s staff ensures that a leader is thought of in a highly professional manner as an instructional leader not simply as a manager.
Knowledge however is not enough to move students towards mastery. An Educational leader must have the ability, through the use of data to assess their staff and themselves to develop a plan to support the community at large and the individual as the situation dictates. The implementation of the results of this type of data collection ties into developing positive professional relationships based on trust and

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