Effective Educational Leadership and Supervision

Effective Educational Leadership and Supervision Courses

External accountability, legislative reform, local mandates, and the day-to-day challenges of running a school constantly influence the focus of Educational Leadership.

Teq Online PD now includes Administrator courses on Effective Instructional Leadership and Supervision.

These courses can provide school leaders with strategies designed to enrich leadership and supervision practices, improve organizational performance, increase college and career readiness, and bolster student achievement.

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Below are sample courses found on our subscription based Online Professional Development Platform. If you are looking to increase your level of competence and expertise in managing programs and processes, and in the supervision of teacher pedagogy, our Effective Instructional Leadership and Supervision Courses are for you. Visit opd.teq.com to gain full access to our course library or contact us for more information.


Setting Goals and Expectations

What is the importance of establishing clear and transparent (non-negotiable) goals and expectations? How can they be measured?


Training or Professional Development?

What is the difference between training and professional development, and what is the role they play in improving the student and learning experience.


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For more great courses on Effective Instructional Leadership and Supervision visit opd.teq.com and sign up today! Teq Online Professional Development

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Robert-Wayne Harris

Robert has been an educator for over 20 years, working in almost every capacity in the field of education. Prior to Teq, he served as the Superintendent for the Roosevelt School District, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, School Improvement, Professional Development, and Planning for the Freeport School District, Associate Director for the Long Island Regional School Support Center, and an Educational Planning Administrator for Nassau BOCES. While serving as the Superintendent of one of the most challenged and controversial school districts in New York State, Robert was charged by the Commissioner of Education to reform the educational program, to improve academic performance, and to restore the financial stability of the district. Due to Robert’s successful leadership, Roosevelt SD was removed from NYS oversight and restored to local control. Robert remains the youngest and second longest seated Superintendent in the district’s history.