INDIA'S KNOWLEDGE SHARING PLATFORM FOR SCHOOL LEADERS
THE THREE MOST CRITICAL CHALLENGES OF SCHOOL LEADERS
School leaders spend significant time and effort to adhere to the government norms, policies and regulations. The NEP 2019, NCF 2020, and the associated reforms will make the next decade more challenging for school leaders.
Equip yourself to keep pace
with the futuristic reforms.
The largest and the most vital resource of a school is the teachers. School leaders need to find effective strategies to attract the best teachers, nurture them, motivate them to deliver results and eventually retain them over long periods.
Learn the best practices
to manage teachers.
Today's parents and students are powerful consumers who are more aware and vocal in and outside the school. Satisfying these evolved consumers is a challenge that school leaders have never faced earlier.
Discover effective strategies to
manage parents and students.
THE SEVEN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP DOMAINS
A school's environment and culture play a long-lasting critical role in students' learning and achievement. Successful school leaders must possess the competencies and skills to identify, define, and nurture a positive learning culture.
Find out the steps to build a positive learning culture in your school.
Every school leader must create a unique curriculum based on national and state curriculum frameworks to meet the learning needs of students. This should be supported by enriching, interesting, and engaging content.
Discover the roadmap to customise curriculum and curate content.
School leaders should inspire teachers to use innovative pedagogies that help students achieve the desired learning outcomes. Diverse tools and techniques must be implemented for effective formative and summative assessment.
Refine the learning and assessment methods used in your school.
School leaders must align all stakeholders (management, teachers, staff, students, parents and community members) to the vision of the school and enable them to contribute toward improving the learning of every child.
Discover ways to maximise contribution of each stakeholder.
Philanthropic private schools must achieve operational efficiencies to finance growth and abide to legal requirements. School leaders with experience in teaching must develop strong operational skills in these areas.
Find out proven ways to operate schools profitably and legally.
Schools will see more use of technology in the next decade than in the last 50 years. School leaders must implement high impact learning technologies and equip all stakeholders to boost productivity using technology.
How can schools implement high impact technology solutions?
THREE FOCUS AREAS FOR PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL LEADERS
School leaders who wish to develop world class schools must have a professional outlook towards education. This requires them to look far and beyond the boundaries of their schools and search for global best practices that can be adapted to meet the needs of their schools.
School leaders need research based and structured program with continuous support to develop the required skills and competencies in all the seven school leadership domains.
PRODUCTS AND PROGRAMS BASED ON RESEARCH AND BEST PRACTICES
LEADING in Chaos, the flagship program of ICSL, is a 90-days blended learning transformation journey for school leaders. The certificate program consists of 2 days of intensive interactive workshop and 6 engaging online ICSL ECHO sessions scheduled once every fortnight.
LEAD the Change, published by ICSL, is an essential read for school leaders. It has 49 articles spanning all seven domains of school leadership written by practicing school leaders and experts from India, China, Mexico, UK, and Finland.
Members of ICSL are invited to participate in focus groups to deliberate and discuss specific issues that impact school leaders.
Synopsis of the outcomes of the focus groups are shared with all members and the resources section of the website.
ICSL provides multiple channels and opportunities to develop your professional network. Contact details of members are shared with each other to promote direct communication.