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Orientation to the core curriculum of the Educational Leadership & Management Diploma provided by Notting Hill College.

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<p>Diploma in Educational Leadership &amp; Management</p> <p>Diploma in Educational Leadership &amp; ManagementOrientation Session</p> <p>Welcome and more information1Definition of ProfessionalLeadershipDefine Educational Leadership!</p> <p>Work in pairs2Definition:Professional LeadershipProfessional leaders foster learning, student achievement and teacher development, lead towards a shared vision and undertake a continual process of review.</p> <p>Definition:Professional LeadershipThink of an educational leader that you worked for or observed</p> <p>What does this person do What qualities does this person have that make you admire him or her as a leader?</p> <p>The Role of the Professional LeaderProfessional leaders perform two roles which co-exist:a management function; a leadership function. </p> <p>5A Critical Thinking Question Do you think managers are the same as leaders? If not, explain the possible differences between them. </p> <p>The Role of the Professional LeaderProfessional leaders perform two roles which co-exist:Control the operation of the profession - a management function; Create a vision which promotes development and change - a leadership function. </p> <p>7</p> <p>The Role of the Professional LeaderCompare between these two vital roles leading and managing an educational institute?</p> <p>8Leading &amp; ManagingLeading is concerned withManaging is concerned withVisionStrategic issuesTransformationEndsPeopleDoing the right thingsImplementationOperational issuesTransactionMeansSystemsDoing things right</p> <p>The Role of the Professional Leader9LeadershipWhat are the MUST have Qualities for Future Leaders? </p> <p>Success in Educational LeadershipDevelop a vision of quality educationFormulate goals and objectivesDevelop creativity and initiativeBe confident of success Conduct researchDevelop responsibility and interdependabilityDevelop a good diary system</p> <p>11A Model of Professional Leadership</p> <p>Standards for School LeadersThere are certain standards a School Leader needs to adhere to. Can you state any?</p> <p>Standards for School LeadersFacilitating a Shared VisionDeveloping and Sustaining An Effective Learning CultureMaintaining A Productive Learning EnvironmentCollaborating With A Diverse CommunityEnsuring Professional Integrity and FairnessResponding To The political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context</p> <p>Diploma in Educational Leadership &amp; ManagementProgram Structure </p> <p>Program DescriptionThe program is committed to the development of leadership and managerial skills among educational and training professionals. It is directly relevant to leaders working in public and private sector organizations. The program prepares its graduates for the many challenges facing school administrators as it helps them unleashing their leadership skills and practicing all educational management tools.</p> <p>Program VisionThe Diploma in Educational Leadership and Management Program endeavor to prepare its graduates for the many challenges facing school administrators. </p> <p>It aims at providing hands-on opportunities for candidates to demonstrate proficiency and to practice leadership skills in their schools.</p> <p>Program MissionThe program aims to present an opportunity for candidates to consider how educational leaders introduce and implement new educational programs, products and services in an organization.</p> <p>Program Objectives The Diploma in Educational Management &amp; Leadership is Aligned with the Educational Leadership Consortium Council (ELCC) Standards.</p> <p>Program Objectives Candidates who complete the program are educational leaders who have the knowledge &amp; ability to promote the success of all students byFacilitating the development, articulation, implementation &amp; stewardship of a school vision of learning supported by the school community.Promoting a positive school culture, providing an effective instructional program, applying best practice to student learning &amp; designing comprehensive professional growth plans for staff.</p> <p>Program Objectives Candidates who complete the program are educational leaders who have the knowledge &amp; ability to promote the success of all students byManaging the organization, operations &amp; resources in a way that promotes a safe efficient &amp; effective learning environment.Collaborating with families &amp; other community members, responding to diverse community interests &amp; needs, and mobilizing community resources.Acting with integrity, fairly and in ethical manner.Understanding responding to, and influencing the larger political, social, economic, legal &amp; cultural context. </p> <p>Program Course Structure &amp; Duration Coursework is structured to assist students in the development of their goals as they acquire current knowledge and skills common to educators specializing in leadership of educational organizations. </p> <p>The program focuses on four main parts forming the basic framework for Educational Management practice.</p> <p>Program Course Structure &amp; Duration The subjects covered include: </p> <p>roles of school principals, evaluating instructional programs, managing resources &amp; personnelimproving schools.</p> <p>Program Coursework The program consists of four main partsPart 1: Schools &amp; Principals: It focuses on the complex nature of schools, the principal roles &amp; responsibilities, effective schools for all studentsetc </p> <p>Part 2: Leadership Expectations: It focuses on principal behavior &amp; instructional leadership, organizing &amp; evaluating instructional programs, building &amp; maintaining relationships etc</p> <p>Program Coursework The program consists of four main partsPart 3: Managerial Responsibilities: It focuses on managing material resources, managing human resources, managing pupil services, providing a safe school environmentetc</p> <p>Part 4: Vital Aspects of practice: It focuses on problem solving &amp; decision making, collaborative effort for school improvement, career planningetc</p> <p>Program Coursework The program consists of four main partsPart 3: Managerial Responsibilities: It focuses on managing material resources, managing human resources, managing pupil services, providing a safe school environmentetc</p> <p>Part 4: Vital Aspects of practice: It focuses on problem solving &amp; decision making, collaborative effort for school improvement, career planningetc</p> <p>Program Assessment &amp; grading The Diploma in Educational Leadership &amp; Management is achieved by satisfactorily completing all tasks, action plans &amp; assignments. Grade C, Pass, students have completed the course satisfactorily. They have attained an adequate standard in all the modules.Grade B, Pass with Merit, students have shown that they are able to relate the theoretical issues studied to practical teaching situations.Grade A, Pass with Distinction, students have demonstrated an ability to express original thinking, &amp; a sound knowledge of Leadership techniques</p> <p>Program at a Glance Master new approaches to leadershipDevelop and implement effective strategiesEvaluate the impact of new initiatives and alliancesRealign staff and financial resourcesDifferentiate management and leadership responsibilitiesUnderstand &amp; overcome the challenges of organizational change</p> <p>Program Credentials This Programme is jointly managed by The College of Education at Eton University &amp; The School of Teacher Training at Notting Hill College</p> <p>Eton University is accredited from The Accreditation Syndicate for Education &amp; Training (ASET), The Quality Assurance Commission (QAC), The International Accreditation Organisation (IAO) &amp; The International Commission for Higher Education (ICFHE); its programmes are recognised by Oxford &amp; Cambridge Association of Managers (OXIM &amp; CAMS), California University (FCE). Notting Hill College is an institutional member of: The London Chamber of Commerce, International Franchise Association,, The International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language, The College of Teachers, and The British Institute for Learning and Development. Notting Hill College is also accredited by Pebble Hills University &amp; Eton University</p> <p>Program Attestation In our diligent attempt to help our alumni excel, Notting Hill College is pleased to offer its well-established attestation service for our qualification holders.</p> <p>The attestation comprises all education awards, including certificates, degrees and diplomas. The service helps NHC graduates obtaining US Department of StateForeign &amp; Commonwealth Office (FCO)Embassy Attestation</p> <p>Program Attestation Certificate authentication helps job seekers as well as other aspirants, who wish to live, work or study overseas. The attestation seal guarantees the acceptance of your certificate by employers, immigration bodies, and government offices.</p> <p> Certificate of Achievement </p> <p>California Attestation</p> <p>USA AttestationProgram Attestation </p> <p>Educational LeadershipNelson Mandela: 8 Lessons of LeadershipCourage is not the absence of fear its inspiring others to move beyond it.Lead from the front but dont leave your base behind.Lead from the back and let others believe they are in front.Know your enemy and learn about his favorite sport.Keep your friends close and your rivals even closer.Appearances matter and remember to smile!Nothing is black or white.Quitting is leading too.Time Magazine, July 21, 2008</p> <p>Questions </p> <p>Leadership = The NeedFuture Leaders MUST:Think thoroughlyThink quickly about complex issuesCollaborate with diverse groupsShow good judgmentStay on the current edge of school improvement</p> <p>Aims of a Professional LeaderAchieve the highest standards for all students, through programmes which enable them to realise their full potential as individuals and develop the values needed to become quality members of the society.</p> <p>Lead teachers towards new practices and new developments. They must lead by example, reward and foster excellence, facilitate collaborative relationships and discussion within the profession and respond to pedagogical change.</p> <p>Standards for School LeadersStandard 3:A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by ensuring management of the organization, operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment. </p> <p>Standard 4:A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by collaborating with families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources. </p> <p>Standards for School LeadersStandard 5:A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by acting with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner. </p> <p>Standard 6:A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by understanding, responding to, and influencing the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context. </p>

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