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Iowa Public Secondary School Principals' Perceptions of Importance and Expertise Required to Manage Identified Tasks
(Drake University, 1981-07)
The Problem. This study was conducted to examine Iowa secondary school principals' perceptions of administrative tasks as to the importance of the task and the expertise needed to manage the task. Procedure. A questionnaire ...
Practices and Attitudes of Iowa High School Principals Regarding Teacher Evaluation Criteria
(Drake University, 1975-09)
The purpose of the study was first to identify criteria for a teacher evaluation program. Criteria were identified as being important ingredients in a teacher evaluation program. The criteria were incorporated into a ...
A Compariosn of the Attitudes of Iowa High School Teachers and Principals Toward Teacher Evaluation and the Purposes of Teacher Evaluation
(Drake University, 1990-05)
The Problem: This study had two purposes, (1) to compare the attitudes of Iowa high school teachers and principals toward teacher evaluation and (2) to identify what high school teachers and principals believe the primary ...
The Use of Coaching Techniques for Instructional Improvement by High School Principals in Iowa Schools
(Drake University, 1988-09)
The problem: The purpose of this study was to analyze the reasons high school principals in Iowa identified as having an impact on the frequency of their axching activities. Coaching was defined as the ongoing use of ...