This course is designed to Help you to Pass the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA), using our easy step-by-step SLLA Exam study course without weeks and months of endless studying...
Our SLLA practice test questions give you the opportunity to test your knowledge on a set of questions. You can know everything that is going to be covered on the test and it will not do you any good on the day of the test if you have not had a chance to practice. Repetition is the key to success and using the practice test questions allows you to reinforce the strengths you already have, while improving the weaknesses that you need to overcome.
We partner with School Administration Students, Teacher Leaders and new and potential school administrators, who want additional study material to assist them in passing the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA) Exam. We provide a online SLLA prep course to help you prepare to take the School Leaders Licensure Assessment. Passage of this exam is mandatory in some states if you want to lead a Public or Charter school. The course includes an overview of the ISLLC standards, Practice Questions related to each standard, and additional videos and resources related to beginning school leaders. You should take this course if you want additional study material to help you prepare for the SLLA exam.
This course had additional Bonus material, Videos, Flashcards and White Papers that get you Prepared for the rewarding and satisfying career of School Leadership
This course should take 4 hours to complete, however it is suggested to continue to review the quiz questions until to achieve 80% or higher proficiency on each quiz.
Overview of ISLLC Standard 5 and Unpacking of Standards
Overview of ISLLC Standard 6 and Unpacking of Standards
Quiz based on ISLLC Standard 6
A little dated but still practical decision making. Click on graphic to view
How Leadership Influences Student Learning
September 2004, 87 pages
Kenneth Leithwood, Karen Seashore Louis, Stephen Anderson and Kyla Wahlstrom
Publishing Organization :
Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
From : www.PrincipalCenter.com
It is important to acknowledge two sets of givens related to assistant principal training and development. The first is that the challenge of learning how to be an effective assistant principal is not always within the assistant principal’s control. Many educators work in small districts where there may not be many administrative opportunities. If they are fortunate enough to become an assistant principal, it is unlikely that there is a formal train- ing program in place. The assistant principal is often left to fend for herself, which is why there is a great need for a strong mentor principal. But what about the situation where a new assistant principal is committed to a training process, but doesn’t have a principal who is invested in the assistant principal’s success or professional development?
SLLA Standard I-VI parts
Quizlet ISLLC Standards
New School Leader, helping new school leader pass the SLLA exam
We take aspiring teacher leaders, and help them recognize trends for the SLLA exam.
Online or offline this prep course will get you ready to lead a public, private or charter school.
Standards based questions and scenarios will get you additional practice before your big exam.