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Identifying a Problem An Approach to Effective School Leadership
Developed from the Contents of Reginald Leon Green’s Practicing the Art of Leadership: A Problem-based Approach to Implementing the ISLLC Standards Chapter 5
IDENTIFYING A PROBLEM A Five Step Process
IDENTIFYING A PROBLEM Step 1 §Clearly state the concern or issue that you are facing. Identify what is real or true about the problem or concern as factually as can be determined.
THE CONCERN l Students cannot use Microsoft PowerPoint to make presentations.
IDENTIFYING A PROBLEM Step 2 §Determine if the identified concern or issue is being influenced by the organization (structure) or a function (process).
INFLUENCE l The inability of students to use Microsoft PowerPoint is a function of the instructional process. Instructional Process
IDENTIFYING A PROBLEM Step 3 §Determine the person(s) most affected by the concern.
THE INDIVIDUALS MOST AFFECTED §The identified void is skill deficiency, and students and employers (i.e, our customers) are most affected by skill deficiencies.
IDENTIFYING A PROBLEM Step 4 §State the problem. l (What problem does the identified truth create?)
THE PROBLEM l Graduates of Springview Elementary lack knowledge and skills necessary to use technology applications effectively.
IDENTIFYING A PROBLEM Step 5 §Prepare an action question for the faculty
ACTION QUESTION l What changes can be made to increase student skill development in Microsoft PowerPoint production?
ASSESSING THE OUTCOME §How will we determine if the action taken has made a difference?
THE ASSESSMENT CRITERIA l At least 90% of the students will be able to make a PowerPoint presentation.
IDENTIFYING A PROBLEM l Identify the reality/truth. l State the problem. l Determine action steps. l Make an assessment.
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