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EDUC 742READINGSUMMARYANDREFLECTIVECOMMENTSFORM& INSTRUCTIONSFor each assigned reading, summarize the main principles and reflect on these principles in order to make the content meaningful to you. This will ensure that you understand the reading and understand its relationship to daily life experiences within your educational setting or work environment. The reflective statements may draw on previous experiences or future plans to use the information from the reading. You are also encouraged to critique ideas in light of a biblical worldview. Summaries will be 100-125 words and will be in paragraph form, and the reflections will be 150-200 words. (Submit the Reading Summary by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday in Modules/Weeks 1, 3, 4, 5, and on Friday in Module/Week 8, adding the new entries each time.)STUDENT NAME:Aaron WhitedReadingAssignmentMain PrinciplesReflective CommentsReading Summary 1MunroArticle 1.2 talks about improving leadership by employing flexible leadership. Three primary guides to using flexible leadership mentioned in the article are: maintain situational awareness, embrace systems thinking, build commitment to a core ideology. Usingthese principals to improve school leadership is goingto create a positive correlation in the school.Article 1.4 is about leaders working together as a unitto face challenges. In an ever-changing environment such as a school as many well-spoken leaders that can work together the better of the overall goal will be. The first articles from Munro were about two main principals. The first was about being a leader and structuring the school's leadership. The second was aboutleaders working together as a team to achieve goals for the school. Both of these things are great I think especially as a school administrator. I have learned in my years of being a school administrator that the first, planning phase, is so important because you have a starting point and a place to fall back if need be. The