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THE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

THE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Paola Garca AlcoleaM Dolores Ortega CoyAndrea Martnez DazMara Lizn Moreno

1. SCHOOL LEADERSHIP CONCEPT.

Any kind of leadership implies a social influence process where other people or groups exert intentional influence by other people or groups to plan activities and relationships in a group or in an organization.leadership is based on goals where it is hoped to a process of influence to guide.

Managers do things well, while leaders do the right thing

3 ASPECTS:Successful centres need an effective leadership, management and an administration

theyre intertwined.

SCHOOL LEADERS= including, but not limiting to school headmasters

GUIDE AUTHORITY not in oneperson,

It is distributed between different people inside and out centre.

2. What do we understand as school leadership?

Leadership= associated with companies. (controversial)

it is associated leadership with an individualist and elitist sight in relation with team work, of educative institutions.

Directive leadership its been getting more complex:More responsibilitiesResponsible for the improvements of the results in the centre. IN MANY COUNTRIES1.GLOBALIZATION2.NECESSITY OF HAVING A COMPETITIVE EDUCATIVE SYSTEMS3.ASSUMPTION THAT HEADMASTERS HAVE A KEY ROLE IN THE SUCCESS OF THE EDUCATIVE REFORMS

Leadership in school

LEADER MUST HAVE AUTHORITY

came from the people with you work and who recognise it without obligation

Centres direction could practise leadership, but leadership can be practise by someone without a directive function. Leadership is more efficient if it doesnt fall back only into the headmaster.

with teamworkRECOGNISE THE BETTER DEVELOPMENT HEADMASTER MUST HAS THE QUALITY OF

3. Educative leadership kinds.

1. Have a large pedagogical knowledge about the process of teaching-learning. It links the curricular and pedagogical knowledge with the administrative and management dimensions.

2. Know how to solve the problems of the centre.

3. Encourage the trust with the crew, families and students.

3.1. Pedagogical leadership.

A pedagogical leadership implies that the competences of direction must to be oriented to create conditions and promote contexts that improve the process of teaching-learning.

Pedagogical leadership is sawn as the second factor most important in the students learning, after the work in the classroom.

DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP

MORAL LEADERSHIP: COMMUNITY CENTRE Best effectsTo foster optimal conditions so that their students achieve quality learningThe Centre is a space for coexistence and introduction to community life in which democratic values are present

The potential for transferring of leadership produces best its effects when there is a climate of active trust in which the different members feel that they are part of a community at the Centre

MORAL LEADERSHIP: COMMUNITY CENTRE

To perform these two functions well

The centre needs a set of values shared by all The educational continuity that ensures consistency in the way of dealing with conflicts and tensions

WHO PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP

DIMENSIONS FOR A COMPETENT LEADERSHIP

4. TRAINING TO LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT.

BENCHMARKING.

Benchmarking or good practices. It is a tool aimed at the action or change that involves learning, knowledge management and adaptation of excellent practices.The steps in a Benchmarking process would be:Planning.Analysis of current performance and future of our organization.Integration of the data obtained in the context. Action.Maturation.

MENTORING.

Mentoring, where the mentor is someone with more knowledge, skills and experience that comes into contact with another who needs them for growthA process mentoring of these characteristics is developed as follows:Identification, assessment and guidance to the person Analysis of the perception of the mentee;Establishment of review meetings progressImpact assessment.

COACHING.

Coaching, which is conceived as a formative experience underpinned by mutual trust between mentor and mentee. Must follow these steps: Establish a relationship with the other. Listen to their proposals. Accept and appreciate the other.Learn and share information with others.Watch your value system.Seek convergence between learning and life known.Prioritize important.Act for the development of personal and professional project leader.

Finally, Learning leadership must also take into account the gender variable, only looking to achieve effective leadership is one that is contextualized, depends on the role to play and the identity of who is and who is to include both features more rational and transactional leadership male as the female emotional and transformers.

TRUE OR FALSE QUESTIONSLeadership is mainly a headmasers competence.The potential for transferring of leadership produces best its effects when there is a climate of active trust.If we are at an educational institution, you must treat everyone with respect, kindness, consideration and must recognize its merits and qualities.The The Educational Leadership in the school contex is a personal issue. Leadership must be based on models of distributed, persuasive, transformational, situational, ecosystem-based, moral and pedagogical leadership

OPTION QUESTIONSSchool leadership must:OrienteMotivateBoth are correctIn the leadership, the participation is mainly made by: a) The Director, the Deputy Director and the Secretary b) The Director, the Head of Studies and the Secretary c) The Director, the Head of Studies and the Deputy Director

The administrative dimension handle:a) Routinesb) ActivitiesC) Both4. In Educational Leadershi, they use methods based on:a) educational principles of guidance, mentoring and support.b) Planning, analysis and integration.c) Identification, Establishment of review meetings progress, impact assessment.

5. What is Coaching?a) It is a tool aimed at the action or change that involves learning, knowledge management and adaptation of excellent practices.b) Coaching, which is conceived as a formative experience underpinned by mutual trust between mentor and mentee.c) Mentoring, where the mentor is someone with more knowledge, skills and experience that comes into contact with another who needs them for growth.

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