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What are the necessary technical skills for the principal?

In order to be able to do his job successfully, there are several technical skills that he must have:
First: education and curriculum development
1. Skill in identifying important social, political and economic trends in his society.
2. Skill in shaping curricula to meet the needs of students.
3. Skill in assessing the educational value of various types of experiences and activities.
4. Skill in determining educational services for different types of experiences and activities.
5. Skill in arranging and coordinating activities so that there is no conflict between them.
6. Skill in preparing special activities to meet specific types of curriculum needs.
7. Skill in judging the competition of various educational materials for the educational program.
8. Skill in arranging and scheduling the distribution of devices and materials available for wide use.
9. Skill in assessing the effectiveness of supervision in teaching development.
10. Skill in contacting the central administration about the school’s educational program.
Second: the students
1. Skill in the basic methods of data collection before students attend, interpret, and record them.
2. Skill in communicating with parents of students and preparing children who will attend school in the future.
3. Skill in evaluating the linking of guidance services with the school's scientific program, and in evaluating the activities of guidance services for students.
4. Skill in analyzing students ’grades and interpreting their meaning in relation to the school program.
5. Skill in defining the contents of large national plans in relation to the educational program.
6. Skill in adapting the educational program to the changing conditions in society.
Third: workers
1. The skill in changing and investigating the needs of workers.
2. Skill in analyzing and interpreting recommendations issued by workers.
3. Skill in identifying the manifestations of dissatisfaction with the work or indignation among the workers.
4. Skill in estimating the level of efficiency of workers performing various duties.
5. Skill in clarifying the duties and jobs of employees.
6. Skill in analyzing employee data and judging the value of different types of information related to them.
7. Skill in identifying the professional growth needs of workers.
8. Skill in organizing groups based on their preferences and interests and linking group goals with the desired professional goals.
9. Skill in evaluating changes in competence and career trends among workers.