Katharine Becks

  

Part 1: Complete Self-Assessments and Reflection Regarding Leadership

Using the self-reflective model of What?, So What?, Now What? found in the Resource section of your course, complete the following in-depth self-reflections regarding the results of your completed Self-Assessments by identifying your strengths and weaknesses. 

Cite sources used as evidence to support your statements.

  

Directions: After completing the listed   self-assessment, compose 1-2 paragraphs describing your results from the   assessment listed below. (150 – 200   words)

 

Keirsey Assessment:

  

Directions: After completing the listed   self-assessment, compose 1-2 paragraphs describing your results from the   assessment listed below. (150 – 200   words)

 

Task vs. People   Profile:

  

Directions: After completing the listed   self-assessment, compose 1-2 paragraphs describing your results from the   assessment listed below. (150 – 200   words)

 

Breakthrough Principal Self-Assessment pp. 312-315:

Part 2: Complete Self-Assessments and Reflection Regarding Competencies and Standards

Using the self-reflective model of What?, So What?, Now What?, complete the following in-depth self-reflections regarding the results of your completed TEA Principal Competencies and Texas Principal Standards Self-Assessment by identifying your strengths and weaknesses. 

Cite sources used as evidence to support your statements.

  

Directions: After completing the listed   self-assessment, compose 1-2 paragraphs describing your results from the   assessments listed below. (150 – 200   words each)

 

TEA   Principal Competencies Self-Assessment:

 

Texas   Principal Standards Self-Assessment:

Philosophy paper

 Write a total of two essays: one essay on topic #1 and topic  #2. Each of the two resulting essays should be around three pages in length (a total of around 6 typed, double-spaced pages). Make sure to refer to texts, as well as lectures, class presentations, and/or discussions. When discussing the textual material, keep any necessary quotations brief. Try to express the concepts involved in your own words.

1.Discuss Marx’s theory of alienation. What exactly is alienation, and what is its relationship to the basic structures of capitalist society? What are the four dimensions of alienation, according to Marx? What are some of the forms of alienation other than that of alienated labor? What role does the “money system play in Marx’s discussion? How does Marx argue that alienation is produced by definite social and economic conditions rather than being a part of the unalterable human condition? What, according to Marx, is the nature of a society beyond alienation?

2. Apply Marx’s theory of alienation  to the current condition of college students, especially the phenomenon of increasing levels of student debt and a weak job market. Discuss the relationship between the expansion of the population of college students and the rise of contingent work in the United States. Discuss whether and/or how the relationship between higher education and the capitalist economy results in the alienation of students as students, and not just as future workers or debtors. How might the condition of students be changed so that their alienation is diminished or eliminated?
 

synthesized annotated bibliography on Transformational Leadership

Post a synthesized annotated bibliography (Transformational Leadership) narrative that includes an explanation of how these references relate to one or more components of your Doctoral Study on transformational leadership on organizational performance.

you will research and select three (3) peer-reviewed, scholarly sources to develop an annotated bibliography that you can use in your Doctoral Study. 

You will need to take the three sources and synthesize the references into a single narrative annotated bibliography that compares/contrasts or supports your study. 

Note: Sources/references Cannot be older than 4 year.

Please follow the guidelines from the attached sample.

Formal and informal

Discuss how formal and informal assessments are used in the classroom and the relationship between the two.