Scottish College for Educational
Leadership

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Messages from scoping
•Independence and autonomy
•Inclusivity and accessibility
•Coherence and coordination
•Quality assur...
Vision
• Develop, articulate and implement a vision for educational
leadership in Scotland that is learner focused and fut...
Key areas of activity for the College
•Teacher leadership
•Middle leadership
•Headship programmes
•Headstart programme for...
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AHDS2013 KN4 Margery McMahon SCEL

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  • Areas to be covered: who the college is for, what the college will do, etc.
  • Nature of the scoping exercise. Principles of partnership. Iterative process.
  • Vision informs the future shape and organisation of the proposed college. Co ltd by guarantee, independent chair, board of directors that balances expertise with representation. In addition to the Chair and Board there will also be a partners’ forum. Going forward consulting and involving members of the profession in the development of new initiatives that the college will develop. Important to emphasise that it a model of growth and development – grow the college slowly.
  • AHDS2013 KN4 Margery McMahon SCEL

    1. 1. Scottish College for Educational Leadership Follow SCEL on Twitter @teamScel
    2. 2. Messages from scoping •Independence and autonomy •Inclusivity and accessibility •Coherence and coordination •Quality assurance •Set the leadership agenda •Partnership in co-construction and delivery Follow SCEL on Twitter @teamScel
    3. 3. Vision • Develop, articulate and implement a vision for educational leadership in Scotland that is learner focused and futures oriented. • Provide coherence for the range of leadership development opportunities available in Scotland. • Offer / facilitate innovative and cutting edge leadership development opportunities that are research-led, practice focused and bench marked internationally. • Embed ‘leadership networks’ across the sectors and systems so that leaders at all levels are connected to and within professional leadership communities. Follow SCEL on Twitter @teamScel
    4. 4. Key areas of activity for the College •Teacher leadership •Middle leadership •Headship programmes •Headstart programme for new heads •Serving heads / Fellowship programme •National Leadership Conference •Regional Network Leaders •Register of experts / specialists Follow SCEL on Twitter @teamScel

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