Type of Document Dissertation Author Dunton III, James C. Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-05142001-144153 Title Selection Criteria Used by High School Principals in Virginia When Hiring First-Year Career and Technical Education Teachers Degree PhD Department Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Heath-Camp, Betty A. Committee Chair Connerley, Mary L. Committee Member Finch, Curtis R. Committee Member Hutchinson, Susan R. Committee Member Stewart, Daisy L. Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 2001-04-19 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe purpose of this study was to determine what high school principals look for when hiring career and technical teachers, the relative importance of that criteria, and whether certain factors (such as school district size, community size, and years of experience as a principal) affect their opinions toward the selection process. Surveys were mailed to 160 principals and 146 responded, yielding a response rate of 91%. A series of 2-group t-tests and standard regression analyses were used to answer the research questions.
The most desired hiring criteria cited by principals (in order of importance) were enthusiasm, an applicant's ability to communicate effectively, an applicant who is student-centered, an applicant's beliefs on classroom management, and their knowledge of a variety of teaching strategies.
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