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SLLA Crash Course

Approaches for Success

Wafa Hozien

This book fully prepares test takers with the content knowledge and strategies to pass the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA). The review manual and comprehensive study guide includes a thorough content review, targeted strategies for every question type, and two full-length practice tests with complete answer explanations aligned to the updated ISLLC Standards (2015). By implementing a few critical strategies and focusing study time on the material contained here, readers will be ready to ace the SLLA. « less more »
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Pages: 172Size: 7 x 10
978-1-4758-2784-2 • Hardback • January 2017 • $60.00 • (£39.95)
978-1-4758-2785-9 • Paperback • January 2017 • $30.00 • (£19.95)
978-1-4758-2786-6 • eBook • January 2017 • $29.99 • (£19.95)
Dr. Wafa Hozien has been an educator for over 20 years. Presently she teaches graduate students in the Educational Leadership Department at Central Michigan University.
Part I
Section 1: The Structure of the Exam
Section 2: Background Information
Section 3: How the SLLA is Scored
Section 4: Summary of ISLLC Standards
Part II
Section 5: Guidelines for SLLA Success
Section 6: Approaching Multiple Choice Questions
Section 7: Approaching Constructed-Response Questions
Section 8: Preparing for the Exam
Section 9: Using Time Effectively
Section 10: Effective Tips and Approaches
Part III
SLLA Practice Test I
SLLA Practice Test II
Constructed Response Practice
Based on understanding and applying national standards in a realistic, thoughtful, and practical manner, this book goes far in preparing school leaders to pass the SLLA. A must for busy educators and future leaders.
Jacqueline A. Stefkovich, Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Hozien’s book is a most valuable resource for future school leaders hoping to navigate their way through the sometimes dense fog of administrative licensure. With clear and reliable text, this book highlights the key components of standards-based of professional knowledge and assessment.
Roger C. Shouse, associate professor of educational leadership, The Pennsylvania State University

An important resource guide for future school administrators who may have feelings of anxiety, self-doubt or dread about conquering the School Leaders Licensure Assessment. This book is a must for aspiring school principals who have long wished for a compendium of down-to-earth wisdom about taking and passing the standardized assessments or the SLLA.
Randolph Mitchell, retired school principal, Alexandria Public Schools, VA