They have to be prepared to both support and challenge the head teacher and staff by gathering views asking questions and deciding what is best for the pupils. Senior Management Team This is usually the Head Teacher, Deputy Head and Heads of Departments, Special Needs Coordinators are sometimes members too. Their role is to set and manage the strategic direction of the school. They also lead any changes in the school and make sure the school is doing its best to deliver the strategic direction for the pupils attending the school. They are aware of the current state of the school and are key in launching new initiatives that can motivate the whole school and keep track of these initiatives once implemented.
Political Frame 1 Political Frame Kendra Kelly EDL/515 July 13th, 2015 Cynthia Spicer Political Frame 2 Political Frame School politics is often a touchy and avoided subject that plays a vital role in education. The political frame makes an organization competitive. It is a frame that places great emphasis on having power and winning. Although the political frame has the potential to be toxic in the field of education, it also has the potential of playing a positive role when the power is properly disbursed amongst individuals. The effective teacher leader can ensure that this proper disbursement takes place and that proper agendas are set, negotiations are appropriate and
The expectations a teacher places on his or herself are directly related to those placed on their students. In order to ask students to meet our expectations, we must rise to the challenge of creating our own expectations that are high and attainable. Often times, teachers will not have any expectations of themselves, but place ridiculously high and unattainable expectations on their students. When students do not have any background knowledge of meeting expectations or a good example of what meeting expectations looks like, they will struggle with rising to the challenge. A teacher with high expectations for his or herself will ultimately pass that quality on to their students.
School governors are at the heart of how a school operates, how they do there job effects the interests of pupils, staff and the reputation of a school in the community. Governors challenge and support the head teacher by gathering views, asking questions and having discussions on what’s best for the school. They must be prepared to take and give advice and must be loyal to their decisions taken by the governing body as a whole. Senior Management Team The senior management team work closely with the Head teacher, usually they are made up of more knowledgeable staff with the management positions made up of the Deputy Head teacher, year group leaders, Senco, and the foundation stage leader. They will meet on a regular basis to discuss issues and make decisions concerning the school or about the implementation of the school improvement plan.
In addressing at how we can allow ourselves to grow and offer an enhanced service that we can openly reflect on, actually allows the whole service to improve as accepting changes can be made for the better is showing that you are receptivte to evolving. Task D By aiming to achieve a set of standards expected an individual Can reflect on their own working practice and ethics. By endevtouring to always work to the highest standards at all times and reviewing this on a regular basis, this will ensure we
Discuss a situation/s in which you experienced your own school teacher displaying qualities of an effective teacher. Group 4: If the principal of a school is ineffective in providing curriculum leadership and in instilling a culture of self-discipline among teachers and learners, there needs to be support in the form of social and professional services. Provide examples of ways in which the community can also play a role in transforming the school into one displaying an appropriate culture of teaching and learning and
It is a impact on what teacher’s can achieve to improve themselves and therefore improve their students but it must all have an interconnection of validity and results. As identified by Darling-Hammond and McLaughlin (2011), “Habits and cultures inside schools must foster critical
By looking at all these areas I am reflecting on everything that has happened and by going through each step I can make changes to improve practice and reduce the risk of the failure/mistake happening again. By
Her passion for the cause drove her to speak out and voice her opinion about the issue. What she saw on a daily basis led to enhance her behavior and enhanced her passion about her movement. Her direct viewpoint was a situational enhancer that drove her to succeed in being able to voice her opinion and create followers. The situational leadership theory correctly describes Sanger’s leadership style by having her as such a strong leader and a dominant force to push her cause to the forefront and identify with high-maturity subordinates who are willing to speak on behalf of the cause and are
This person uses abilities to influence a group toward obtaining a particular result. These abilities are motivating and enabling others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of the group of which they are members. The field of leadership has evolved and gained mega popularity over the years. While different theoretical perspectives have come and gone, common principles have emerged which remain essential for effective leadership. Some of them are: the importance of honesty and integrity in leadership; the need of effective communication inside the organization; the necessity to understand the team's business or mission; and, the requirement to adapt to changing situational factors.