E9 Pedagogical leadership as a basis for operation in ECEC

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62,00 (Price excluding tax 50,00)

What do you get:

  • self-study online course at own pace
  • access valid 30 days
  • video lectures (in total 44 mins)
  • additional learning material
  • learning assignment

 

"Knowledge Practice Video is very practical and helpful. The clips are very clear, and the notes provided are very good and support the video well. The question posed also steer thinking. The theoretical part of Pedagogical leadership is explained very clearly and in steps. The clips remain engaging as they are not too long, and the question posed encourage reflection on own situation/organization. The practical examples given support the theoretical framework well and so theory is put into practice and comparisons can be made/or applied to own class and organization. I would recommend this course to my colleagues as it is very insightful."

Description

Pedagogical leadership in kindergarten sets the signposts for pedagogically coherent work in the whole early childhood education.

Pedagogical leadership is a broad term that encompasses many roles and functions in learning organizations. Pedagogical leadership can be seen as guiding the personnel’s learning, as well as the whole organization’s culture, in such a way that the pedagogical perspective is the value basis for all decision making. In addition, pedagogical leadership is often viewed as a shared leadership: the responsibility for pedagogical quality and its development is shared with the whole personnel.

The core task of ECEC is to promote a child’s holistic growth, development and learning, health and well-being. This defines and steers all work in ECEC, including leadership. This course presents pedagogical leadership as a modern leadership style in Finnish ECEC. It also showcases the meaning of shared leadership: shared values, visions, understanding and actions.

Goal: To introduce what constitutes pedagogical leadership and how pedagogical leadership is realized in Finnish early childhood education and care (ECEC).

Learning outcomes:

  • Participants will learn how pedagogical leadership differs from more traditional perspectives on educational leadership
  • Participants will discover what elements and structures are needed for creating and implementing pedagogical leadership in kindergarten
  • Participants will get equipped with ideas and practical tools for developing pedagogical leadership in  kindergarten or  their ECEC unit

Contents:

  • How the core task of early childhood education defines leadership in ECEC
  • A narrow and broad notions of pedagogy and their implications for leadership practices
  • Pedagogical leadership as part of an organizational culture
  • Pedagogical leadership through the lens of systems thinking and a layered organization structure
  • Constructive environment for pedagogical leadership
  • Mechanism of shared pedagogical leadership
  • Practical examples of pedagogical leadership in Finnish ECEC

Completion methods: in total 44 mins video lectures, additional learning material, learning assignment.
The course is offered as a self-study online course. The course is asynchronous and can be completed at the participant’s own pace during 30 days.

Duration: in total 5h

Target group: ECEC / Kindergarten principals

Produced by: Learning Scoop

Access to the course: 30 days

Recommended products to combine with this course: E5 Kindergarten as a learning organization, E6 Co-operation in Finnish ECEC: building shared understanding and trust, E8 Many roles of a kindergarten leader and Principal Study Tour

1 review for E9 Pedagogical leadership as a basis for operation in ECEC

  1. Ruth Mansueto

    Knowledge Practice Video is very practical and helpful. The clips are very clear, and the notes provided are very good and support the video well. The question posed also steer thinking.

    The theoretical part of Pedagogical leadership is explained very clearly and in steps. The clips remain engaging as they are not too long, and the question posed encourage reflection on own situation/organization.

    The practical examples given support the theoretical framework well and so theory is put into practice and comparisons can be made/or applied to own class and organization.

    I would recommend this course to my colleagues as it is very insightful.

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