Education Management Partnership | Associate with EGI | EGI/programs/global-fellow-program-in-school-leadership-and-management

Global Fellow Program in
School Leadership & Management

1st MASTERCLASS Dates - TBD
&
2nd MASTERCLASS Dates - TBD
LOCATION: TBD
*INVITE-BASED APPLICATION

Admission is primarily invite-based and a select few schools around the world are offered to nominate their leaders for this program.

  or  
*OPEN-CATEGORY APPLICATION

Applications are also being accepted for limited seats in the open category.

Reach Us

Convenient, Multi-Stage Blended Learning

The multi-stage, multi-modal program is designed for immersive, convenient, and yet accelerated learning. Every participant undergoes an optimally blended learning experience broadly split into four stages:

  • Stage 1:

     

    In the first stage, participants undergo an Online course on Global Trends in Business & Society to understand how K12 education and schools must be market-driven and business-conscious. It is supplemented with the self-paced reading of a book on Creative Schools: The Grassroot Revolution. This stage helps develop a broad conceptual context in which K12 education requires to be managed with considerations of financial viability, managerial excellence and professional commitment.

  • Stage 2:

     

    This stage is dedicated to the MasterClass 1. Covering 17 themes, the five-day MasterClass is designed to grow the professional capacity of participants to impact their educational ventures and enhance teaching-learning as well as student development results in their institutions.

  • Stage 3:

     

    This stage includes an exclusive Online learning module and self-directed reading of a book delivered asynchronously covering aspects of business, strategy, and self-leadership. The stage should be completed through self-planned learning a couple of weeks before the beginning of MasterClass 2.

  • Stage 4:

     

    This stage brings participants back for their second and final MasterClass, covering 13 learning themes and insightful sessions from education experts.

STAGE 1 - Self-Directed Pre-Reading & Online Learning

Participants start their program with Online learning and reading of the prescribed text in Stage 1, which they can undertake at their own convenience and pace. The effort required to complete this stage is expected to be in the range of 25-30 hours of self-paced learning. The content is powered by latest research and expertise in management & leadership education and learning.

This stage includes:

STAGE 1 PRE-READING
TW2-111 Global Trends in Business & Society
SLRM-11 Creative Schools: The Grassroots Revolution - Textbook

Please note,  there is no prescribed order to complete these learning and reading requirements. Participants are given exclusive access rights to Online sessions through private logins. The reading material is shipped to all participants on their registered addresses. The reading and online learning themes listed here were selected after an extensive evaluation of the knowledge and perspective needs of K12 education leaders in the globalized environment today. Hence for the same reason, we may consider making changes in the structure and content of this stage at any time.

STAGE 2 - MasterClass 1

This stage is an intensive five-day MasterClass. There are 17 themes covered in this stage, including a combination of classroom sessions, workshops, assignments, and case discussions. The sessions are designed for experiential learning in critical dimensions of School Leadership & Management practice and leadership in real-life organizational scenarios.

The table below summarizes the courses to be completed in this stage of the program:

STAGE 2 MASTERCLASS 1
SLM-211 EDSL 510 Critical Issues in Education
SLM-212 Management In Education
SLM-213 EDSL 508 Teaming and Collaborative Leadership in Schools
SLM-214 EDSL 504 Organizational and Legal Dimensions of Principal Leadership
SLM-215 EDSL 506 Instructional Leadership to Promote Learning
SLM-216 EDSL 505 Aligning Fiscal, Human & Community Resources to School Mission
HEM212 Managing Economics of Education
SLM-217 Strategic Planning & Resource Development
SLM-218 Education Innovation
SLM-219 Learning Sciences & Technologies
CEL-110 Exploring Growth & New Business Opportunities in School Education
CEL-111 Enriching STEM Education Effectiveness
CEL-114 Developing Teachers for International Boards & Education Systems
CEL-113 Multiple Intelligences for all-Round Student Development
CEL-115 Management of Parent-School Relationship
CEL-116 Management of International Exchange Programs
CEL-112 Creative Strategies for Student Involvement in Community Projects

All learning resources, texts, and cases are provided by us. Assessments during this stage are conducted can be in verbal, written, or online forms.

STAGE 3 – Self-Directed Reading & Online Learning

Upon completing Stage 2, program participants engage in the second round of asynchronous online learning and focused reading. One exclusive Online learning module and reading of a pathbreaking text require to be completed by participants at their own pace. This stage of learning will refresh your understanding on a variety of issues inter-linking strategy, business and leadership. The learning resources address the needs of participants to build a well-rounded understanding on how considerations of economic viability and financial profitability increasingly become integral to successful management of their schools, missions and initiatives. The estimated time required to complete this stage is 25 to 30 hours, an investment that will help participants prepare for their second MasterClass experience in Stage 4.

The table below summarizes courses included in this stage:

STAGE 3 PRE-READING & ONLINE LEARNING
TW2-116 Business Strategies for Social Impact - Online
SLRM-12 Improving Your Leadership Intelligence - Textbook

Please note, there is no prescribed order to complete these learning and reading requirements. Participants are given exclusive access rights to Online sessions through private logins. The reading material is shipped to all participants on their registered addresses. The reading and online learning themes listed here were selected after an extensive evaluation of the knowledge and perspective needs of K12 education leaders in the globalized environment today. Hence for the same reason, we may consider making changes in the structure and content of this stage at any time.

STAGE 4 – MasterClass 2

The final stage of the Global Fellow of School Leadership & Management program includes an intensive four days of MasterClass 2, featuring a high-powered series of learning across success-critical themes related to leadership in School Leadership & Management and managing your global growth and career.

The table below summarizes the courses to be completed in this stage of the Program:

STAGE 4 MASTERCLASS 2
SLM-220 International Education Development
SLM-221 Enhancing Learning Effectiveness Through Technology
SLM-222 Developing Next Generation Curricula
SLM-223 Managing Literacy & Policy Contribution
SLM-224 Enhancing Student Experiences in Campus
SLM-225 Teaching, Delivery and Instructional Effectiveness
CSL-117 Experiential Learning & Promoting a Student Research Culture
CSL-128 Managing Schools Effectively Through Technology
CSL-126 Enhancing School Performance Through External Collaboration
CSL-121 Recruitment, Development & Retention of Teachers & Instructors
CSL-120 Career Counseling & Preparing Students for College Admissions
CSL-119 Managing Athletic & Extra-curricular Development of Students
CSL-124 Institution Branding & Reputation Management

All learning resources, texts, and cases are provided by us. Assessments during this stage are conducted can be in verbal, written, or online forms.

The Ideal Participant

This program is highly selective. The cohort is hand-picked from a large set of global applicants who have exhibited a continuous streak of rapid professional growth, learning and impact in diverse areas within K12 education. Ideal applicants for this program include:

  • Principals, heads, directors, and presidents of private and public K12 schools
  • Edupreneurs, consultants, chairpersons, promotors as well as senior professionals on the boards of K12 schools and those associated with the delivery, management, distribution and regulation of K12 education
  • Senior educators and education administrators who are into policy making with a special interest in exploring the role of leadership, strategy, modern management principles and technology in enhancing financial and social returns on investments in K12 education
  • High-potential young leaders and talented, young scions preparing to take their family’s education ventures to the next level

Apply for Global Fellow Program in School Leadership & Management