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Course Contents

Unit 1. Introduction 1.1. Definition and concept of organization, administration, and management 1.2. Importance and impact of effective management 1.3. Elements of management 1.4. Basic Management Processes 1.5. Principles of school Management Unit 2. Role of Principal as manager 2.1. Supervisory Roles in school 2.2. Providing instructional leadership 2.3. Working with parents 2.4. Managing supporting staff Unit 3. Planning the curriculum 3.1. Developing and planning yearly calendar for school activities 3.2. Assigning roles to staff 3.3 Monitoring and supervising curriculum 3.4. Curriculum revision and evaluation Unit 4. Managing Health, safety, and co-curricular activities 4.1. Planning activities to promote health and safety measures 4.2. Planning and aligning co-curricular activities with yearly calendar Unit 5. Managing structure and processes 5.1 Management arrangement 5.2. Collective responsibility 5.3. Effective school discipline 5.4. Performance evaluation 5.5. Appraisal processes Unit 6. Managing Communication in schools 6.1. Meetings in school (preparation, conduct and recording the proceedings) 6.2. Establishing a communication network Unit 7. Record keeping in schools 7.1. Attendance record 7.2. Enrollment record 7.3. Examination record 7.4. Financial records 7.5. Maintaining stock registers 7.6. School registers Unit 8. Day to day concerns 8.1. School day activities 8.2. Arranging the classes 8.3. Staffing arrangement 8.4. In time directions to address day needs 8.5. Conflict management Unit 9. Managing School Plant: 9.1. Maintenance of physical aspects (building, library, hostel, playgrounds etc.) 9.2. Management of learning resources 9.3. Educational financing 9.4. Budgeting and Expenditures

Course Synopsis

This course focuses on developing effective elementary school leaders. The aim of the course is to make prospective teachers well acquainted with the process of running schools in effective and efficient manner besides being well versed with the duties and responsibilities of the head teachers. The course covers knowledge about school management; organization; function of head teachers, record keeping, and school-community relations related matters.

Course Learning Outcomes

After completing this course prospective teachers will be able to: • Manage and plan school academic matters effectively • Manage and plan school budget matters effectively • Manage and plan students’ affairs related to co-curricular activities • Manage library and instructional material related matters • Manage upward, downward, and horizontal communication • Manage and plan school – community relationship activities • Resolve conflicts among different custodians of school community • Maintenance and management of school infrastructure and programs

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Book Title : Classroom Management and Discipline
Author : Burden, P.
Edition : 10th
Publisher : New York: Longman.

Book Title : Educational Administration: Theory Research and Practice
Author : Hoy, W.K. & Miskel, G.C
Edition : 5th
Publisher : McGraw Hill Inc.

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