2 edition of An evaluation of the headteachers leadership and management programme (Headlamp) found in the catalog.
An evaluation of the headteachers leadership and management programme (Headlamp)
Judith Beverley Gunraj
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham,School of Education, 2001.
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Author biographies. David Eddy-Spicer is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership in the Department of Leadership, Foundations and Social Policy at the Curry School of Education, University of Virginia. His research interests include continuous school improvement and the role of the middle level (e.g., local authorities and MATs in England; school districts Author: David Eddy-Spicer, Sara Bubb, Peter Earley, Megan Crawford, Chris James. `Leadership in education is receiving increasing attention, and this text contributes much to the debate. A useful text that will appeal to a wide audience of senior managers, teachers, programme designers and researchers' - Learning and Skills Research `If one were on a fact-finding mission to gain insight into leadership thought and practice in education, then this book Reviews: 1.
School Management March CBA you will need in instructional leadership, pupil management, ﬁnancial management, school-parents relationship. It also contains practical suggestions and can serve as a handbook to principals, school supervisors as well as teacher trainers manage a school’s instructional programme effectively The Key has taken great care in publishing this article. However, some of the article's content and information may come from or link to third party sources whose quality, relevance, accuracy, completeness, currency and reliability we do not guarantee.
School leadership is undergoing significant change as headteachers respond to new opportunities and challenges offered to or imposed on them as a result of government policy. There have been increasing calls for transformational change to redesign the school system to provide a suitable workforce for the knowledge economy and to manage the anticipated . Effectively managing headteacher performance management was part of a programme of training and development so that they can north-west of England regard the leadership and management of headteacher performance as an essential element in the process of continuing to raise standards.
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Download Citation | An Evaluation of the Teacher Training Agency Headteacher Leadership and Management Programme (HEADLAMP) | Incl. abstract. Describes the origins and development of the UK’s Leadership Development Programme for Serving Headteachers. Sets out the Hay/McBer model, which posits a strong relationship between leadership styles, organizational climate and performance, and which formed the basis for the content of the Programme.
This programme is designed for Headteachers and School Leaders, seeking to extend their career development. The programme will address key aspects of School Leadership, Educational Management, Quality Assurance and Curriculum Development in schools with a view to broadening participants’ management and pedagogic experience.
Leadership is critical to educational development and specific preparation is vital if leaders are to maximise their effectiveness. In this major new text, Tony Bush draws on his extensive international experience and research to examine the case for leadership development and assess the different modes of preparation used in Europe, including the U.K., North America.
Chapter 3 addresses the significance of leadership and management development in education. It points to the emergence of four imperatives; the expanded role of school leaders, the increasing complexity of school contexts, the moral case for leadership preparation, and the growing evidence that effective development makes a difference.
process. By linking performance management into the headteachers evaluation and improvement planning means that all actions taken by school leaders are linked to the same purpose.
Key Stages The cost: £ This programme is provided as a package and includes the following work by the external adviser. Deputy Headteacher Induction Programme. For newly appointed deputy and assistant headteachers, Herts for Learning offers a programme of six induction sessions.
Two sessions run each term, and delegates are able to join the programme at any point in the year. Book Online - Training and Events - select Leadership and Management.
Follow us. The Headteachers Leadership and Management Programme (HEADLAMP) is a national scheme administered until recently, by the Teacher Training Agency (TTA). From Septemberthis programme will be managed by the newly created National College of School Leadership.
sustainable leadership for the future. Companion Volumes Improving School Leadership Volume 2: Case Studies on System Leadership examines innovative approaches to sharing leadership across schools in Belgium (Flanders), Finland and the United Kingdom (England) and leadership development programmes for system improvement in Australia and Austria.
School Leadership Practices of Headteachers in Kathmandu greater emphasis on routine management functions than on leadership. The o cial duties do not com//component/ ippingbook/book. This programme of conferences for secondary headteachers is a must.
Comprising of four sessions throughout the academic year with a thread linking them all together. The conferences, planned by headteachers, for headteachers, are an ideal opportunity to hear leading experts, pick up new ideas and network with other headteachers.
are suggested. They are Concept of educational planning and Management, School management, Principles involved in curriculum planning and organisation, Leadership in classroom management and skills for the same, planning of instruction, teaching and evaluation, Information and Communication Technology in Education and the Size: KB.
The management skills required for running a school might have changed beyond all recognition, but the essential leadership skills have remained consistent.
Leaders must still possess the communication skills necessary to engage and inspire children, parents, staff. As a consequence, learning to ‘manage’ this emotional dimension is essential in the leadership development of headteachers.
In this article, we use the findings from our work in the Esmee Fairbairn Trust ‘Heads You Win’ Programme where we explored with primary headteachers the emotional dimension of their by: leadership training for secondary school heads was to improve quality of Education.
Senegal's Improvement Plans (SIP) created inencourage enterprenoual skills of headteachers to find funding for school projects that enhance educational quality. In Kenya, all headteachers are currently undergoing a management course at the. BELMAS is particularly pleased to present this book by Peter Earley and Dick Weindling.
It is one of the most important books on school leadership because it incorporates so much research evidence from the work of the two authors themselves, and such a perceptive and intelligent understanding of the research of others. The conference programme is put together by an active committee of SWALSS deputy and assistant headteachers and always closely reflects the current concerns and interests out there in our schools.
Recent contributors have included Professor Barry Carpenter, Michael Townsend-Williams and Rhys Blair, the Paralympian. This programme will follow up matters arising from the free session for incumbent Headteachers in the term before they take up their posts.
There will be opportunities for each cohort of new Headteachers to network and discuss leadership issues such as strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation, conflict resolution and change management.
Schools leading schools: the power and potential of National Leaders of Education National Leaders of Education are outstanding school leaders who, together with the staff in their schools, use their knowledge and experience of teaching, to provide additional leadership capacity to schools in difficulty.
Although the NLE programme is run by NCSL,File Size: KB. Aims. The sessions will be one per half term and are designed to cover topics and areas of work that will provide most support to you in your first year in Southwark as a Headteacher, acting HT or Head of School, such as managing school finances, securing success in teaching and learning, managing performance, working with governors and parents, self-evaluation and improvement .challenges faced by secondary school headteachers in leadership and management of human resources in nzaui district-makueni county, kenya mutuva seraphine nthenya e55/ce//09 a research project submitted to the school of education in .Unit 2 The rationale for monitoring and evaluation will look further at the various functions in due course but first let us develop our understanding of monitoring and evaluation as a leadership and management tool, building on ideas introduced in Unit 1.
on this very Education Management Programme.