Profession education inspector
Education administrators conduct research and develop or advise on educational discipline, teaching methods, courses and aids. They review and examine teachers` work, the functioning of educational institutions and the results achieved and recommend changes and improvements.
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The discipline that concerns the theory and practice of education including the various instructional methods for educating individuals or groups.
- Curriculum standards
The governmental policies concerning educational curricula and the approved curricula from specific educational institutions.
- Identify undetected organisational needs
Use the collected input and information from interviewing stakeholders and analysing organisational documents in order to detect unseen needs and improvements that would support the development of the organisation. Identify the needs of the organisation in terms of staff, equipment, and improvement of operations.
- Inspect education institutions
Inspect the operations, policy compliance and management of specific educational institutions in order to ensure they comply with education legislation, manage operations efficiently, and provide proper care for students.
- Monitor educational developments
Monitor the changes in educational policies, methodologies and research by reviewing relevant literature and liaising with education officials and institutions.
- Provide feedback to teachers
Communicate with the teacher in order to provide them with detailed feedback on their teaching performance, class management and curriculum adherence.
- Ensure curriculum adherence
Ensure that educational institutions, teachers, and other education officials adhere to the approved curriculum during educational activities and planning.
- Observe teaching activities
Observe the activities conducted during a class or lecture in order to analyse the quality of the teaching methods, class materials, and curriculum standards.
- Perform quality audits
Execute regular, systematic and documented examinations of a quality system for verifying conformity with a standard based on objective evidence such as the implementation of processes, effectiveness in achieving quality goals and reduction and elimination of quality problems.
- Advise on teaching methods
Advise education professionals on the proper adaptation of curricula in lesson plans, classroom management, professional conduct as a teacher, and other activities and methods related to teaching.
Optional knowledge and skillsthink analytically maintain relationships with government agencies establish educational network prepare training events for teachers apply knowledge of human behaviour advise on conflict management ensure compliance with policies manage staff show intercultural awareness special needs education promote social awareness implement strategic planning organise staff assessment advise on curriculum development advise on lesson plans develop a pedagogical concept learning technologies
Source: Sisyphus ODB