ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND SCHOOL COMMUNITY COLLABORATION
Who Should Attend
Administration, Principals, Assistant Principals, Aspiring Administrators, Teachers, and District Level Staff.
This course will examine the principles and practices of successful school management and the development of a management point of view for school leadership and the community’s involvement in the safe and productive operation of school. Participants will identify the components of organizational management and how they impact the improvement of the educational program.
To understand the effective uses of communication in managing a school, and the important and useful role of parents and other community members in supporting the school.
About the Presenter
Dr. John Bernard helps develop systems that promote excellence and nurture collaboration. He also provides services to clients in California through our DAIT and Technical Assistance teams. Additionally, he works with the school boards, school communities, superintendents and their cabinets in ensuring that efforts are coordinated for the benefit of the children they serve.
Dr. Bernard has served as Superintendent of several schools district in California. Prior to becoming a Superintendent, he was an Assistant Superintendent and Director of K-12 Instruction.
Dr. Bernard is widely recognized for his organizational management skills as well as his expertise and know-how in educational leadership. He has a successful track record of leading the groups of professionals, and forging partnerships with school boards and community organizations, in developing and implementing strategies that result in enhanced student achievement.
Dr. Bernard teaches graduate courses at California universities, and is often invited to speak at conferences on instructional leadership, multicultural education, and educational technology issues throughout the state, the nation, and abroad.
Hours of Instruction
Each Level Course is 15 hours of instruction over two full consecutive days with an opportunity for follow-up activities for the purposes of implementation of learned content.
Date, Time and Location
Check In/Registration: 8:00 am
Session – Dubai
Session – Abu Dhabi
Fees and Cancellation
Cost: 1,390 AED until January 8, 2018 (subject to space availability).
Cancellations received by January 8, 2018 will be subject to a 200 AED fee.
Method of Payment
Please deposit/transfer fees to the bank account provided below. Send a copy of the receipt and the names of attendees to firstname.lastname@example.org
Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
Please bring along a laptop computer or another Internet ready device.
For further information, please email Susan Lendway.