Human Resource Development in Education is a treatise that will be useful not only for the managers, principals, and appraisers but also benefit the teachers by making them aware of their pious duties toward the students and their parents' expectations in particular and the entire society in general. This book highlights the significance of providing in-service opportunities for higher education to the teachers and paving effective ways to appraise their efficiency and proficiency thereafter and making further arrangements for their need-based in-service or on-job training if need be for their professional development. It will enlighten the educational managers and administrators to the extent what assignment ought to be given to which teacher for the smooth functioning of the institution so that wastage in terms of time, money, and manpower could be reduced to a great extent. It further highlights the importance of timely feedback for the teacher from the appraiser and for the students from the teachers. The appraisers have been cautioned against the futility of appraisal sans quick feedback to the appraisees.
This book studies the positive results and significance of effective leadership, well-spelled objectives of educational management, effects of voluntary collaborative work culture, and role-playing qualities of student-friendly teachers and their capabilities for threadbare self-appraisal, and further guides the teachers effectively. The writer has been a successful teacher and educational administrator. His experiences have enriched this book, and they make its study educative and interesting, prompting the teachers to revisit their methods of teaching and providing in-time feedback to the students.
We feel this book will prove to be a milestone in the management of education. But we do not claim it to be a final word. We shall hail a thorough appraisal of this work. Hence suggestions from the academicians are welcome at email@example.com.
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