Drastic Challenges In Education

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Drastic challenges since 1990’s and in twenty first century, education reforms and restructuring movements have been implemented to achieve the goal of educational effectiveness and school development not only in west but also in Asia specific regions. The influence of information technology (IT), economic globalization and international market competition, are inducing rapid changes in nearly every part of the world. The leaders of educational institutions face new problems, complexities and uncertainty rising from internal and external environment throughout the world. In the past few decades with changing international trends of school reforms to promote effective decision making and to meet the diverse school based needs in education,…show more content…
They are inclusive and are much concerned for development of students. They learn about new methods of teaching and continuously urge their teachers to implement them in class for maximum and easy learning of students. They provide environment of learning inside and outside the classroom. Their strategies are clear and they usually focus on using them to make education interesting for students.
Best leaders are best communicators. Without proper communication we cannot deliver our message to other people. Different people have different styles of communication and conveying message but a leader has quality to handle and convince all type of people through effective communication. For example, leader of school have face-to-face communication with staff and students. Teachers and students either mail them. He must have ability to listen people and communicate with them.
A good leader must develop the culture of collaborative work. Leader, staff, administration and pupils should work with each other in comfortable environment. Usually staff is not involved in school matters and they have to only work according to plans given to them. Sometimes, they over burdened the teacher and they are not able to fulfill all the duties at time. So a good leader must understand the need of system and teachers and let them work with ease. They should ask and care about teachers so they can collaborate with leader and admin and perform
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Whereas in the private sector schools there has been a drastic advancement in teaching methodology, which has caused a great dilemma for the public sector. The problem with our educational system is that we mostly follow the traditional, conventional method of teaching and do not meet the advancing new pedagogical skills, there is lack of motivational techniques and the leadership of our schools is not endowed with new skills and knowledge. There are different challenges being faced, started from the teachers, their teaching methodologies and eventually all narrowing down to leadership. Some of our school leadership is not well trained with strategies that polish the skills and personality of the teachers, making them effective, creative and exceptional in their field of study. In order to survive and be part of this global change that is taking place, our system needs to thrive; it needs to be a part of integration of new innovative ideas for effective teaching and learning. Our public sector educational system needs to develop leaders with a vision, a mission and goals in order to motivate the teachers to be competent, reflective, adaptive and competitive in their
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