The paper explains the strategies that teachers frequently apply to instill discipline in pupils, strengthen the management of the college, and appreciate the school-friendly decision-making process. Furthermore, the case study provides and emphasizes the degree to which administrators apply behavioral data to help students strengthen their character in school and community. Furthermore, what perceptions do leaders use to increase efficiency levels to enhance the success of a student in society and school? However, compared to the students who come from the rural environment, the students from the urban centers exhibit a different model of behavior. The case study further provides a conclusion that the administrators should often have expectations for students. However, if they put little emphasis on these children, they are likely to attain poor outcomes from the activities that are to be demonstrated by the children in school and the society.
The purpose of the case study is to find out the ways that administrators guide students to success in school and society. Secondly, the case study is to offer perceptions of the various stakeholders regarding the impact of administrators in improving the children’s success in school and society.
The two methods applied in compiling the information is observation and interviews with various participants. The interviews were then conducted so as to gather vital information from different groups of participants with regards to the goal of the case study. Graphical presentations would then be constructed to distinguish the perceptions from the various respondents. On the other hand, observation method involved the act of monitoring the characters that are displayed by the various parties with regards to the goal of the case study.
Dodge, Pamela R., “Managing school behavior: a qualitative case study” (2011). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. Paper 12038.