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Author Sigford, Jane L.

Title Who said school administration would be fun? : coping with a new emotional and social reality / Jane L. Sigford.

Published Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin Press, c1998.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  371.200973 SIGF {Bund3 20110303}    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 87 p. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 86-87).
Contents 1. Why Is It So Chilly in the Teachers' Lounge? -- 2. Learning the New Rules of Communication -- 3. Maintaining Control of Your Time -- 4. Developing Your Emotional Teflon -- 5. Maybe You Should Wear a Striped Shirt: Refereeing Conflict -- 6. Everything You Didn't Know About Adult Learners -- 7. Looking Into the Mirror of Humor -- 8. Change Is Inevitable, Growth Is Optional -- 9. Power Is Like Love - The More You Give Away, the More You Have -- 10. Becoming a Self-Assured Administrator.
Summary Manage the physical and emotional changes that result from the transition from teacher to administrator. This adjustment can be especially challenging for nontraditional holders of the job, such as women and minorities, especially when there are few sources of support or understanding. Sigford helps you keep your sanity and sense of humor as she guides you through the challenges of your early years in school administration.
Subject School administrators -- United States -- Psychology.
School administrators -- United States -- Social conditions.
ISBN 0803966598 (cloth : acid-free paper)
0803966601 (pbk. : acid-free paper)