Finding the Importance of Education Management knowledge in Teaching Profession

25th April 2020

The key factors that contribute to sound education management may be regarded as those that are impacted by the vision of the leadership that is directed towards the collective success of students, cultivating a sense of comradeship and belonging in all, creating a conducive learning environment, improving on instructional strategies and regular up-gradation of human and other resources. Should therefore, education management knowledge be the domain only of heads of schools and vice principal ...

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Understanding How to Motivate to Improve Performance

16th April 2020

All Schools Leaders / Principal want their teachers to be the best in the industry and be great teachers. In all practical sense, not every teacher is a great teacher. It takes a lot of time and effort in developing a teacher. One of the major tasks of school authorities is to improve teacher quality. An able school leader has the ability to take any teacher to the next level with the right motivation and guidance. This process of teacher development takes time, patience and lot of hard work. Ev ...

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Quality Management at Workplace

9th April 2020

Quality is the most important factor that determines a product’s success and sustainability in the market. Both profitability and productivity of a company are affected by quality management of a product or service. It impacts all aspects of the company – its market image and reputation being the two key determinants. Customer satisfaction is directly related to quality control. Generally speaking, the primary ingredient that any company must invest in to lead the market and maintain ...

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Is Teaching Qualification Enough to Open Your Own Pre School

2nd April 2020

Having a Teaching Qualification is definitely a great start to opening a Pre-School. It gives a person an idea of how to go ahead inside the classroom. However, opening up a pre-school has a lot to do with other major areas outside the classroom. There are major concerns to be dealt with which starts with first having a solid BUSINESS PLAN. Some points to consider here are :- How many children will the school cater to? Business Mode: Daycare, preschool, playschool with afterschool activi ...

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Tips to Win with a Delegating Leadership Approach

30th March 2020

Delegating as a skill is not taught in schools. Yet it is one of the most critical managerial skills. It is not an innate quality and has to be developed and nurtured as a tool to motivate employees do better for themselves and thus the organization. Delegation of routine as well as important tasks to employees is an art in itself. Thoughtful and planned delegation goes a long way to enhance morale of the employees, managerial productivity and of course organizational success. In these uncert ...

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Decision Making in Educational Administration

24th March 2020

Decision making is sine qua non to education administration because a school, like all formal organizations, is basically a decision-making structure (Hoy and Miskel, 2001). Decision making is a process that guides actions. Decisions are based on the beliefs, values and previous experiences of individuals. School is also an organization which has individuals working for it, it has its clients, who are the students, it has stake holders, fund which ...

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