|dc.contributor.author||Prinsloo, Izak Johannes||
|dc.description||Skripsie (MEd)--PU vir CHO, 1988||
|dc.description.abstract||The quality and survival of an organisation (i.e. school)
is determined by the quality and performance of its manager
(i.e. Head of school). The management proceeding is the
instrument of the undertaking which can make sources and
The Head of the school is in charge of human activities and
he must see to it that all resources are utilised as
effectively as possible to fulfil particular needs and to
endeavour to reach specific goals. The improvement of the
quality of education remains therefore the main object of
educational management. The Head of the school is however
not the only person who has a managing role to perform in
school. To manage a school effectively, the head is
assisted by Deputy Heads and Heads of Departments who all
have to be developed in management.
Deputy Heads and Heads of Department have a clearly defined
tuition task as well as a management task to fulfil.
Although tuition and management are two distinct activities
which function independently this goal is the realisation
of effective education. Yet each in a distinctive manner.
Various methods of management development in as well as
outside the school can be employed to develop educational
leaders in management. The management of d school should
not only plan and initiate and then stand on the touch line
as observers, they must get involved dynamically 1n every
action which is conductive.
A model is used as a representation of a management
development scheme, in reduced form. By way of a diagram
an attempt is made to represent a simplified management
development program for educational leaders in the primary
|dc.publisher||Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education||
|dc.title||Die bestuursontwikkelingstaak van die skoolhoof in die primêre skool||afr