Presented by: Ms. Crystalene M.

Navaluna RN, RM

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP
• Attaining Access and Success in Educational Leadership • Attaining Group Acceptance

. • Consists of facilitating the development of goals and policies basic to learning and stimulating the development of appropriate progress for teaching and learning and procuring and managing personnel.NTRODUCTION EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP • Also known as School Leadership or School Administration • It is the process of integrating the efforts of personnel and of utilizing appropriate materials in such a way to promote effectively the development of human qualities.

assistant principals. from pre-school programme directors to academic deans and universities.  At the elementary and secondary schools. headmasters.I. athletic directors. ATTAINING ACCESS AND SUCCESS IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP  Careers in Educational Leadership can be found at the levels of education. or curriculum directors. lobby groups or other non-profit organization on creating or reforming policy and educational systems. head teachers or deans. .  Other education leaders work with advocacy groups. educational leaders are employed as department chairs. educational leaders work as principals.  At the college or university level.

evelop a vision of a quality of education that you want to attain. .

Formulate goals and objectives for the attainment of your vision .

Be confident that you will succeed. .Develop creativity and initiative.

.*Conduct research. * Develop a good diary system.

*MAGNIFY YOUR STRONG LEADERSHIP TRAITS. *STUDY HARD THE INS AND OUTS OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP.*DO NOT PUT THINGS OFF WHEN THEY OUGHT TO BE DONE. .

as the role model of the educational leader widens. ATTAINING GROUP ACCEPTANCE » In the aspect of community building. . so does the need for these leaders to build relationships with people inside and external to the school internal network.II.

Be knowledgeable about the purposes of education and the ins and outs of running the educational system under the supervisor’s control and supervision. Interact freely with the members of the group. Defend teachers who come under verbal attacks from parents of pupils. Be committed to the purpose of education or of the school you head.  Apply good human relationships. Be as fair as possible in delegating responsibilities. Have a balanced attitude between being work oriented and being people oriented. Be decisive. Do not be too bossy. Settle conflicts between or among teachers as amicably as possible without any bias. Be a hard worker.          .

. Leadership function must be distributed across formal and informal roles in schools with maximum coordination coupled with shared responsibilities. Leadership after all is a matter of guiding a community to realize its potential.  School leadership is most successful when it is focused on teaching and learning. They are expected to take up the responsibilities associated with effective coordination. the leader must believe without question that people are the most important asset of an organization.  Leaders for change recognize that the people in the organization are its greatest source.” To lead change. Good school leaders are the keystones of good schools.Conclusion:  Effective educational leaders help their schools to develop visions that embody the best thinking about teaching and learning.  Educational leader should endeavor to balance their leadership and managerial responsibilities in a way that will move their respective schools forward.

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