XSEED announces 'Exercising Leadership in Schools' workshop for school owners and principals
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, November 21 - 2012 at 16:10
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"Exercising Leadership in Schools", a 2-day intensive workshop for school owners and principals will be held at the Hotel Arjaan by Rotana on Dec 5-6, it was announced.
"The quality of schools is directly impacted by the ability of leaders to address two major challenges; motivating and retaining teachers and sustaining quality of learning across classrooms," according to Anustup Nayak, Vice-President at iDiscoveri, the company behind XSEED.
"If you are a 'demanding' and determined school owner or principal who is looking to significantly upgrade the quality of learning and teacher performance in your school, these two days can make a real impact."
"The content of the workshop is rich and delivered by Harvard-trained experts with decades of practical experience in transforming school education. They will focus on instructional, organizational and personal leadership that can open mindsets and inject skills," he added.
Facilitated by Ashish Rajpal and Aubrilyn Reeder, Harvard trained education specialists with hands-on experience in school reform, the workshop will address personal dimensions of leadership style, organizational aspects of developing teachers and building a scientific understanding of instructional quality inside the classroom.
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