THE LEADING ROLE OF TEACHERS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

  • Olga Palamarchuk Department of Leadership and Institutional Development in Higher Education, Institute of Higher Education of the NAES of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Keywords: quality teaching, educational leadership, academic advising, student outcomes, higher education

Abstract

This article deals with the leading role of teachers in the development of quality higher education. The definition of quality teaching in higher education institutions and features, skills of good teachers have been analyzed. The importance of student’s outcomes in creating leading position of the universities have been defined. The mission of academic advising as teachers, coaches and mentors have been specified. Practical recommendations for teachers to assume leadership roles in order to improve the quality of higher education in Ukraine have been written for the first time.

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2015-12-24
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Palamarchuk, O. (2015). THE LEADING ROLE OF TEACHERS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION. International Scientific Journal of Universities and Leadership, (1), 37-41. Retrieved from https://ul-journal.org/index.php/journal/article/view/7