Educational Leadership and Management

Course Code: EDU-705                                                                                                          Credits Hours: 3

Course Description:

It has become the dire need for society that everyone must have a specialization in every field of life due to rapid expansion of knowledge. Education modifies the behavior of a person, thus education can perform this duty well if the system of education runs effectively. For making, developing and establishing the education system administration, management and supervision to play an in important role as well as in all other aspects of society. In Pakistan the existing system of educational management and supervision is considered as defective system which does not cope the national, and local level needs of education system. There are so many reasons. One, reason is that we cannot yet established a firm administrative structure for education- system. It-is always uncertain and wavering.-So it is the need of our educational institution to prepare those personnel at higher level who are highly skilled professional trained and capable in their field particularly in school management and leadership. So the present course of educational leadership and management observes and envisages the promotion of educational leadership management and supervision by focusing the following objectives.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Candidates in the Educational Leadership programs will demonstrate willingness to use their skills to benefit and serve society. Within the contexts of their work, candidates promote authentic learning, social and emotional development, and a commitment to social justice in environments that foster respect for diversity and the dignity of all.
  • Candidates will adapt at applying their acquired knowledge in the process of evaluating their own professional performance and decision-making with respect to its impact on students and/or clients, organizations, and the wider community.
  • Implement authentic and meaningful strategies for supporting and supervising teachers’ instructional capacities to maximize student learning and achievement.

Lead collaborative and systematic inquiry processes that support school improvement.






Concept of Administration





Educational Administration meaning and nature



Approaches to Educational Management and Administration



Basic principles of Educational Administration



Meaning and spirit of Islamic Administration



Fundamental principles of Islamic Administration



Dynamics of Islamic Model

2.  Concept of Educational Management



Meaning of basic elements of Management



Concepts of Management in education


Concept of Supervision



Meaning of Supervision



Kinds of Supervision



Nature and Characteristics of Supervision

3.4. Difference between Administration and Supervision

3.5. Purpose and Need of Supervision

3.6. Qualities of An effective Supervision

3.7. Different Techniques of Supervision

3.8. Role of Supervision in Educational institutions


4.    Educational Planning

4.1. Definitions, Aims and objectives of Education

4.2. Approaches of Educational Plan

4.3. Types and Goals of Educational Planning

4.4. The Process of Plan Formulation

4.5. Process of Project Planning


  1. School Discipline and Classroom Management 5.1. Meaning and purpose of School discipline

5.2. Factor effecting School discipline

5.3. Meaning of Classroom-and its Management

5.4. Criteria for student Classification

5.5. Psychological factors of Classification


  1. Management of Resources

6.1. Physical Aspects (School Building and Hostel etc.)

6.2. Learning resources (Library, A.V. Aids, Instructional Material)

6.3. Educational Financing

6.4. Budgeting


7.    School Records

7.1. Need for School Records

7.2. Essential Requirements of School Records

7.3. Kinds of School Records

  1. Administrative and Supervisory Structure in Pakistan 8.1. Meaning of Education


8.2. Educational Secretariat

8.3. Provincial Development of Education

8.4. Boards of Secondary and Intermediate Education

8.5. National Bureau of Curriculum and Text Book

8.6. Educational Code


  1. Evaluation Management System

9.1. Need and Improvement of Evaluation in

9.2. Management System of Evaluation

9.3. Criteria of evaluation

9.4. Improving Management through Evaluation

Suggested Readings

Shah, S. (2016). Education, Leadership and Islam. London: Routledge.

Northouse, P. G. (2016). Leadership: Theory and Practice (7th Ed.) SAGE Publications, Inc. Scott Eacott (2015). Educational Leadership Relationally. Sense Publishers Amanchukwu, R. N., Stanley, G. J., & Ololube, N. P. (2015). A Review of Leadership Theories, Principles and Styles and Their Relevance to Educational Management. doi:10.5923/ School Management: Windows on Practice Guide (2012). Islamabad: Higher Education Commission

Carpenter, M., Bauer, T., &Erdogan, B. (2012). Management Principles. Retrieved from

Razik, T. A. & Swanson, A. D. (2010). Fundamental Concepts of Educational Leadership and Management (3rd Ed.). New York: Allyn & Bacon.

Lewis. D. & Kanji. N. (2009). Non-governmental organizations and development: London and New York: Routledge. Taylor and.Francis Group.

Tony Bush (2008). Leadership and management development in education. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd.

Pont, B., Nusche, D., & Moorman, H. (2008). Improving School Leadership Volume 1: Policy and Practice. OECD

Creighton, T. (2007). Educational Administration: The Roles of Leadership and Management. National Council of Professors of Educational Administration.

Fenwick W. English (2006). Encyclopedia of educational leadership and administration. Sage Publications, Inc.

Waters. J.T. & Marzano, R. J. (2006) School district leadership that works. Denver, CO: Mid-continental Research for Education and Learning.

Web-based Resources:

Day, C., & Sammons, P. (2016). Successful school leadership. Education Development Trust. Top Ten Tips for

Classroom Discipline and Management Effective Praise Guidelines

Brandt, R. (2003). Is this school a learning organization: 10 ways to tell. Journal for Staff

Development, 24(1), 10–16. Retrieved from Is-This-School-


Brewster, C., & Railsback, J. (2003). Building trusting relationships for school improvement: Implications for principals and teachers. Retrieved from

Mineduc School Management. (2008). Roles, duties and responsibilities of school management team. Retrieved from School_Management_Team-4.pdf

Mahoney, R. (2000). Leadership and learning organisations. The Learning Organization,

7(5), 241–243. Retrieved from

Time Table: 

Wednesday :     Educational Leadership and Management         02.00pm-03.30pm

Friday                Educational Leadership and Management         11.00am-12.30pm


Course Material