• how to successfully plan, prepare and execute a project
• contains handy, downloadable templates
In schools, project management is growing in importance but the skills required to effectively and efficiently make use of the necessary tools are often lacking. To explain how successful project management in schools can be achieved, this book draws on three practical examples: using tablets in the classroom (digital media learning), ‘Train the Brain’ workshops for English lessons (introduction of personalised learning) and changing the learning environment. Goal-oriented key questions and templates for project orders, project logs and meeting minutes are included in the annexe and can be consulted online.
Teachers, education managers, head teachers, control group members