Part 1: Devising a Plan Consider and respond to the following scenario: An experienced science teacher at Grover Cleveland Elementary School has been approached by the principal to lead an effort to get teachers to use more of the library’s online resources. Even though a number of databases and other resources have been added to the electronic portion of the library, the elementary teachers have been slow to adopt the capabilities. This teacher has asked for your guidance. You know that the principal is depending upon this teacher to help the faculty and students increase their use of the electronic library capability. Develop a leadership plan that the teacher can use for proceeding with this task. Consider the following: What variables or environmental factors must you and the science teacher consider? What would you recommend that she do if she disagrees with the decision to place more emphasis on the e–resources at this time? What ideas might be featured in an argument against it, or will you advise her to go along with the principal without comment? Part 2: Personal Application Base your response to this part of the assignment on your own professional experience, using an action research approach. Consider the following: As a teacher–leader, what internal organizational politics may play into your own leadership actions? What political situations have you encountered that affected your leadership of classroom planning, committees, projects, or other interpersonal activities? What principles of leadership guided your actions? What potential problems did you consider? Support your response with reading and research. Please submit your assignment.