We need to provide them with the resources to be competitive in the global world, as well as productive citizens. Classes need to be structured around the standards with daily objectives that are relevant to the students with timely feedback. When teachers organize their classes in this way, they facilitate learning and build capacity in their students. Often we review data, but don’t make the necessary changes to instruction or provide feedback to students. We owe it to our life- long learners to guide them through their education by re-teaching when necessary, reviewing difficult concepts and supporting them in their academic journey. This is why I see the value in being a leader that represents all three learning styles and philosophies. As a leader using servant transformational leadership I can make necessary changes to a school but by using my servant leadership and transactional I can do it in a caring and non-intrusive manner. By being a catalyst in the creation of a new enacted reality during this transformation, transformational leaders also teach their organizations to unlearn habitual, traditional and customary ways of doing and seeing things (Simsek, 2013)
5 Personal Leadership Style and Philosophy
6 Personal Leadership Style and Philosophy References Lynch, M. (2015). Adopting a Transformational Leadership Style. The Edvocate . (December 6). Simsek, H.S. (2013). Transformational Leadership in Educational Context: A fantasy of education scholars. Egitim Arastirmalari- Eurasian Journal of Educational Research , 51, 1-6. Stewart, J. (2006). Transformational Leadership: An evolving concept examined through the works of Burns, Bass, Avolio, and Leithwood. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy . June 26, Issue 54.
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 6 pages?
- Fall '16
- Dr. Harkins