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Educational Leadership Bundle: $55

Designing Valid Research
Sympathetic Leadership Cybernetics
Interpreting An Author's Words
Transformational Leadership In Education
Remedial and Surrogate Parenting


Designing Valid Research
Designing Valid Research
by Hollis L. Green

Research is not complicated; it is sophisticated. A research project initiated prematurely without proper understanding of the problem and a workable plan can become an accident just waiting to happen. Information must be gathered in a controlled manner and analyzed properly to reach a valid conclusion.

This text is both an introduction and a handbook for social scientific research. Those who already have IT skills and are Internet savvy can solve problems that perplex family, work, community, established religion, or society at large by using simple keys of social research. For those who use it in a formal research degree program, an initial study of the text early in the program is recommended, then the "big picture" can be kept in focus as the candidate progresses.

ISBN: 978-1-935434-57-3



Sympathetic Leadership Cybernetics
Sympathetic Leadership Cybernetics
by Hollis L. Green

Leadership requires a predisposition to behave in a manner appropriate for the mission of the organization. Past definitions may not be sufficiently grounded to inform management and leadership in the non-profit sector. Management and leadership functions as practiced in global corporations may not be appropriate for nonprofits, educational institutions, churches, NGO's, or faith-based groups.

ISBN: 978-0-9796019-7-2



Interpreting An Author's Words
Interpreting An Author's Words
by Hollis L. Green

When words or thoughts are translated from one language and a particular culture to another the meaning changes. These changes often go unnoticed and individuals apply a current definition to the words. In fact the meaning of words is in people. This could be the reason English/European students read authors rather than subjects. Knowing the orientation of the author and the background, philosophy, and purpose of the composition increases the understanding of the written document. So rooted in the earliest awareness of a need for knowledge and the continuing search by generations of thinkers, the systematic process of investigation emerged.

ISBN: 978-0-9801674-7-7



Transformational Leadership In Education
Transformational Leadership In Education
by Hollis L. Green

The transformational aspect of education is a strengths-based approach that acknowledges the background and capacity of the staff, the teacher and the learner. The curriculum becomes a vehicle to move the learner in a positive direction based on prior knowledge and maturity. This book provides a structure to nurture relationships between the system oversight, the principal, the teachers, the students, and the parents in a four-step model known as form/storm/norm/perform. This path to positive change is needed to adopt, deploy and ultimately bring about constructive change in the teaching/learning process.

ISBN: 978-1-935434-23-8



Remedial and Surrogate Parenting
Remedial and Surrogate Parenting
by Hollis L. Green

This book is a suitable syllabus for Human Development: The Early Years (Birth to Twenty) -- A study of physical, emotional, cognitive, social, moral/spiritual, and personality factors as they influence development through the life cycle stages (Birth to Twenty) in Family Life Education courses that require NCFR Criteria #3. Just like footprints, each child is different and age-specific care is required. Dr. Green?s effort is to assure a positive and professional attitude among parents and others in child care, to provide sufficient knowledge of remedial development, and to provide basic guidance as to personal and professional behavior necessary to make parenting work in the home and with needy children in the custodial arena. It can be both a study and a reference guide for parents and personnel working in children?s homes, and foster parents who pick up the slack in society when custodial care is not sufficient or government agencies are slow to respond to the needs of children.

ISBN: 978-1-935434-48-1