The Indispensable Role of Academic
Management in Post-Pandemic Education
ABOUT THE EVENT
7 sessions – 10 hours
May 2021 to May 2022
English and Spanish
Throughout this last year, we witnessed how our world has changed in unimaginable ways. Life during the pandemic forced us to transform how we learn, how we teach and how we interact with others and ourselves.
Being aware of this and bearing in mind that as leaders of our organizations we have to plan accordingly, National Geographic Learning has designed this course with the aim of preparing coordinators and directors to lead in a post-pandemic school context. We will address topics such as: people management, leadership, selection and recruitment, goals and results analysis, teachers’ professional development and the importance of family. These topics will provide you with the tools and the recognition, from your institution and community, as an efficient leader that is ready to face the challenges of our new normal.
Professionals involved in the decision making process of their English programs in educational institutions that are interested in learning practical leadership tools for a post-pandemic context.
The course consists of seven sessions, each of them addresses a specific topic on education leadership delivered by experts who share their knowledge, skills and experience.
Support leaders in educational institutions to address topics that are key to their performance as guides and role models within their organizations, through the use of tools and practical examples that they can apply in their daily work
Offer a space to leaders to question and reflect about different leadership dimensions that will allow them to align to their organization’s institutional objectives.
Address common daily challenges that Latin America leaders have experienced to generate learning from other people’s experiences that are applicable to their own educational institutions.
Coordinator Training Course Consultant
EDUCATION LEADERS TRAINING
Working with teachers to ensure success in the physical, blended or virtual classroom.
A lot has been said about students’ individual learning rhythm, about the need to consider their context and particular characteristics when guiding them through their process of knowledge construction.
However, do we, coordinators and academic directors, see our teaching staff in the same way? Leading a group of teachers has never been an easy task, but it undoubtedly has become more challenging now that it is done remotely.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 2021