Educational management is a diverse and complex range of activities requiring a considerable amount of knowledge, skill and judgment by individuals in particular the teacher. It focuses on the interplay between individual capability and organizational requirements which is both challenging and exciting.
The effectiveness of a school lies in sustainable leadership. Eight elements of classroom leadership are identified:
- Public service with a moral purpose,
- Commitment to changing contexts,
- Lateral capacity-building through networks,
- Intelligent accountability and vertical relationships,
- Dual commitment to short- and long-term results,
- Cyclical re-energizing and
- The long-arm of leadership.
Self-Development of Teachers
Each person that takes on the responsibility to grow as a leader can make a meaningful difference in their school. Inspirational leadership is contagious and will rub off on others who will also take courage in contribution towards building as school community in which a culture of teaching and learning prevails.
Classroom Management and Positive discipline in the classroom
Effective management of a classroom requires:
- Understanding the relationship between leadership and management and school effectiveness
- Demonstrating emotional intelligence in their day-to-day work in the school environment
- Managing school-community relationships
- Analysing their classroom situation and developing positive classroom culture and climate
- Understanding the relationship between values and the development of classroom policies, procedures and rules.
Course fee Covers
Tuition, Course materials, Certificate, Shared Hotel Accommodation, All Meals & Tour/Sightseeing, Return Ticket, Visa fee.
Deadline for registration:
MAY 7 , 2018.
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