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Introduction to Educational Management

960 $

Introduction to Educational Management

Help your managers and aspiring managers to become more effective by developing their knowledge and understanding of the key issues in managing in educational contexts. This programme explores issues including roles and responsibilities, performance management and professional development.

Suitable for: This program is designed for those who:

-Have a recommended B2 level of English or higher

-Have management responsibilities in an institution

-Are new educational managers or teachers who want to move into a management role.

-identified strategies for their further development as a trainer.
Aims By following this programme participants will learn:

  • Key aspects of educational management: contexts, roles, responsibilities and tasks
  • How to design curricula and select course materials
  • The importance of process and procedures in managing people
  • How they can put in place continuing professional development activities for their institution’s teachers
  • The value of peer-to-peer development activities
  • How to reflect on what they have learnt and its implications for their practice.


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    Participants will then be invited to watch a video introduction giving them more information on the content of the programme.


    Britishey will provide a series of sessions covering all the 10 courses included in the programme.


    The online part will begin with an orientation session, usually delivered by webinar, to explain how the programme will work, understand participants’ needs and help them to achieve the best possible results from their programme.


    A Cambridge tutor will then guide participants through the 102-hour online courses that make up the programme. Each course includes:

  • Online input
  • Discussion groups
  • Interactive exercises
  • Practical tasks to apply their learning
  • Review sections.

  • Introduction to Educational Management includes the following courses:
    Introduction to Educational Management
    Introduction to Educational Management

    This course focuses on what is involved in educational management. It considers: different contexts and different aspects of the role

    • resources and networks available for educational managers
    • the planning and prioritization of tasks.
    Curriculum Management

    This course focuses on how curricula are designed and the role of management in seeing the curriculum enacted. It considers

    • the curriculum development process
    • reviewing and developing a curriculum
    • working framework for curriculum development.
    Selecting Coursebooks and Materials

    This course focuses on the process and criteria for coursebook evaluation and selection. It considers

    • various criteria involved in evaluation and selection
    • a principled framework for coursebook evaluation and selection; and designing your own criteria.
    Teacher Management

    This course focuses on the tasks and responsibilities involved in managing teachers. It considers

    • goal setting and the usefulness of SMART goals; performance management
    • tools and strategies to deal with stress, conflict and poor performance; and staff well-being.
    Mentoring Teachers

    This course focuses on mentoring as a professional development strategy. It considers

    • the concept of mentoring
    • effective mentoring relationships; and mentoring projects.
    Running Staff Meetings and In-service Training Sessions

    This course focuses on best practice in running staff meetings and in-service training sessions. It considers

    • the role of planning
    • effective agendas; and sourcing topics, materials and contributors..
    Managing Teacher Observations

    This course focuses on teacher observation from both a developmental and evaluative objective. It considers

    • different types of observations and their purpose
    • different approaches to teacher observation; and issues and solutions in the management of teacher observation.
    Giving Feedback to Teachers

    This course focuses on giving effective feedback to teachers. It considers:  the different situations where feedback is necessary

    • the role of feedback in performance management
    • the key elements of effective feedback; and the issues surrounding the giving and receiving of feedback 
    Developing Collaborative Practice Amongst Teachers

    This session focuses on the potential of collaborative practices to positively affect teaching and learning. It considers

    • the benefits of teacher collaboration
    • the barriers institutions face; and effective teacher collaboration strategies.
    Implementing Continuing Professional Development

    This course focuses on the importance of effective teacher development. It considers

    • the principles underpinning effective teacher development
    • a research-based framework for development; and the support that can be provided for teachers.
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