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UM-Marsal Globestar
Education Leadership
summit 2024

22ND JAN 2024 - 30TH JAN 2024
Mumbai | Delhi
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ABOUT THE SUMMIT

This exclusive opportunity is open for school owners, directors of schools, higher education officers, principals / school leaders and senior school coordinators.

This first of its kind full length leadership workshop is tailored to suit the needs and requirements of our school leaders hosted by two of the deans from the #1 ranked university in the United States of America - University of Michigan, on our own homeland. Conducting such workshops in India would benefit the fraternity with networking and collaborative opportunities.
The University of Michigan School of Education, situated in Ann Arbor, Michigan is a fundamental part of the University of Michigan which is a distinguished public research institution. It is ranked number 1 university for school of education by QS world university ranking as well as US news and world report.

ABOUT THE SUMMIT

Introducing an unprecedented, leadership workshop meticulously designed to cater to the specific needs of our Indian school leaders.This workshop will be led by esteemed deans and faculty members from the prestigious Marsal Family School of Education at the University of Michigan.
Spanning 3 days in Mumbai and Delhi, the workshop will serve as an exceptional platform for school leaders to connect, collaborate, and engage in a transformative learning experience. Following this three-day workshop, we will culminate with a graduation ceremony for educators and Education Diligence Awards.

Save The Date

Mumbai

Workshops

Jan 29th - Jan 31th, 2024

Education Deligience Awards

Feb 1st, 2024

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Delhi

Workshops

Feb 1st - Feb 3rd, 2024

Education Deligience Awards

Feb 4th, 2024

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Mumbai

January 21-24th, 2024

WORKSHOPS

January 25th, 2024

EDUCATION DELIGIENCE AWARDS

Delhi

January 29- Feb 2nd, 2024

WORKSHOPS

February 2nd, 2024

EDUCATION DELIGIENCE AWARDS

TOPICS TO BE INCLUDED

Day 1

Instructional Innovation &
Educational Leadership

• Visiting 2 schools
Observation and debrief
• Attendees: School Owner &
Principal

Day 2

Technology Integration &
Social Emotional Learning

Lecture, case study and discussions
Attendees: Principal & Coordinator

Day 3

Curriculum Development, Overall QnA & Networking

Attendees:
Principal & Curriculum
Development Person

Day 4

Graduation ceremony,
Panel discussions & EDA

Attendees: School, umversity,
corporates representatives
For Special School PACKAGE: only 2
attendees

who should attend

School
Owners
School
Directors
Head of
Schools
School
Principals
Aspiring Principal & other heads
School Owners
Directors
Head of Schools
Principals
Aspiring Principal & other heads
Inclusions 
Benefites of attending
Why to attend?
Who should attend?
♦ Access to Learning Modules 

♦ Workshop Supplies Provided

♦ Michigan certified completion certificate 

♦ Post-Session support and Feedback

♦ Access networking dinner with professors and sponsors

♦ Access and participation in Education Diligence Award 

♦ Inclustion of catered meals: Lunch, High Tea, Snacks
♦ Explore leadership frameworks and cultivate the skills necessary for effectively leading schools and teams.

♦ Acquire specific strategies for nurturing a positive school culture and communicating with various stakeholders.

♦ Enhance your comprehension of the instructional core and discover effective ways to support and develop teacher expertise.

♦ The program has the potential to expand your strategic outlook and foster both personal and professional development.

♦ Engage in collaborative discussions with 60 educators from across India, addressing the challenges they encounter and discovering innovative solutions together in a single classroom setting.
  • Cost-effectiveness

    Attending a workshop conducted in India would significantly reduce the financial burden associated with travel, accommodation and other expenses that would be incurred when attending a program abroad.
  • Convenience

    Traveling abroad for an extended period of time can be time-consuming. School leaders can minimize the disruption to their routine and swiftly implement the knowledge and skills gained from the workshop.
  • Certification

    Attending a MICHIGAN University leadership workshop would allow education leaders to earn a prestigious certification. This certification is a globally recognized validation of their leadership skills.
  • Local Context Relevance

    A workshop conducted in India by MICHIGAN professors would be tailored to the specific challenges and opportunities faced by schools in the Indian context.
  • Networking Opportunities

    Attending a workshop in India would provide school leaders with the opportunity to connect and network with other educational professionals from their own country.
  • Follow-up Support

    A shorter workshop conducted in India would likely include post-workshop support or follow-up sessions, allowing participants to seek guidance, address queries.

School Owners

Provide strategic insights and tools to help school owners establish a clear vision and direction for their educational institutions

Directors

Directors will gain valuable knowledge as to how they can ensure progression in order to avoid stagnation of their skillset

Head of Schools

Offer guidance on aligning education and business objectives; bridge the gap between educational goals and financial sustainability

Principals

Provide principals with a thought leadership framework on how to guide the school in an effective manner post COVID & in a VUCA world

Aspiring Principal and other departmental heads

Aspiring principals and heads will enhance their skills, foster self-awareness, and learn strategies for effective school management.

BENEFITS

  • Cost-effectiveness

    Attending a workshop conducted
    in India would significantly reduce the financial burden associated with travel, accommodation,
    and other expenses that would
    be incurred when attending a program abroad.

  • Convenience

    Traveling abroad for an extended period of time can be time-consuming. School leaders can minimize the disruption to their routine and swiftly implement the knowledge and skills gained from the workshop.
  • Certification

    Attending a MICHIGAN University leadership workshop would allow education leaders to earn a prestigious certification. This certification is a globally recognized validation of their leadership skills.
  • Local Context Relevance

    A workshop conducted in India by MICHIGAN professors would be tailored to the specific challenges and opportunities faced by schools in the Indian context.
  • Networking Opportunities

    Attending a workshop in India would provide school leaders with the opportunity to connect and network with other educational professionals from their own country.
  • Follow-up Support

    A shorter workshop conducted in India would likely include post-workshop support or follow-up sessions, allowing participants to seek guidance, address queries.
• Learning Materials Access
• Workshop Supplies Provided
• Certified Completion
• Post-session Support
• Included Networking Dinner
• Education Diligence Award Participation
• Catered Meals: Lunch, High Tea, Snacks

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Cost-effectiveness

Attending a workshop conducted in India would significantly reduce the financial burden associated with travel, accommodation,
and other expenses that would be incurred when attending a program abroad.

Convenience

Traveling abroad for an extended period of time can be time-consuming. School leaders can minimize the disruption to their routine and swiftly implement the knowledge and skills gained from the workshop.

Certification

Attending a MICHIGAN University leadership workshop would allow education leaders to earn a prestigious certification. This certification is a globally recognized validation of their leadership skills.

INNOVATIVE

A workshop conducted in India by MICHIGAN professors would be tailored to the specific challenges and opportunities faced by schools in the Indian context.

Networking Opportunities

Attending a workshop in India would provide school leaders with the opportunity to connect and network with other educational professionals from their own country.

Follow-up Support

A shorter workshop conducted in India would likely include post-workshop support or follow-up sessions, allowing participants to seek guidance, address queries.

registration FEES

Early Bird Passes

INR 1,25,000 + GST

Till 30th Nov 2023
Limited pass available

Travel and Accommodation not included
For accommodation assistance, write to us connect@teacherni.com

Late Passes

INR 1,50,000 + GST

Limited pass available

Travel and Accommodation not included
For accommodation assistance, write to us connect@teacherni.com

NGO Participants Passes

INR 65,000 + GST

Limited pass available 
(First 5 Passes only)

Travel and Accommodation not included
For accommodation assistance, write to us connect@teacherni.com

Michigan University alumni Passes

INR 1,25,000 + GST

Limited pass available (First 5 Passes only)

Travel and Accommodation not included
For accommodation assistance, write to us connect@teacherni.com

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SPECIAL SCHOOL PACKAGE PRICING:

INR 3,75,000/-

+18% GST for 4 attendees (2 attendees on a single day) over 3 days from 1 School
Note:

♦ Seats can be confirmed only on receiving payment
♦ Payment option as above
♦ As per the workshop format below

PACKAGE OFFERS FLEXIBILITY:

♦ School Owner, Principal/Head of School, Coordinator, Curriculum Developer can attend on different days.

♦ This package ensures that schools can send relevant personnel to address specific focus areas and maximize their learning experience.

♦ Only 2 can attend Graduation, Education Diligence Award (EDA) & Panel Discussion on Day 4.

MICHIGAN SPEAKERS

ELIZABETH MOJE

Dean
Marsal School of Education
Elizabeth Birr Moje is dean, George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Education, and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Literacy, Language, and Culture in the Marsal Family School of Education. Moje teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in secondary and adolescent literacy, cultural theory, and research methods and was awarded the Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize with colleague, Bob Bain, in 2010.

ELIZABETH MOJE

Dean
Marsal School of Education
Elizabeth Birr Moje is dean, George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Education, and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Literacy, Language, and Culture in the Marsal Family School of Education. Moje teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in secondary and adolescent literacy, cultural theory, and research methods and was awarded the Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize with colleague, Bob Bain, in 2010.

ELIZABETH MOJE

Dean
Marsal School of Education
Elizabeth Birr Moje is dean, George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Education, and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Literacy, Language, and Culture in the Marsal Family School of Education. Moje teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in secondary and adolescent literacy, cultural theory, and research methods and was awarded the Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize with colleague, Bob Bain, in 2010.

ELIZABETH MOJE

Dean
Marsal School of Education
Elizabeth Birr Moje is dean, George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Education, and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Literacy, Language, and Culture in the Marsal Family School of Education. Moje teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in secondary and adolescent literacy, cultural theory, and research methods and was awarded the Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize with colleague, Bob Bain, in 2010.

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OUR UPCOMING
ACTIVITIES

Education Diligence Awards

An Award ceremony to acknowledge education champions
Mumbai : Feb 1st, 2024 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM 
Delhi : Feb 4th, 2024 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM 
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Networking GALA

Sponsored networking dinner with corporates and other educators 
Mumbai : January 30th, 2024 - 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM 
Delhi : Feb 2nd, 2024 - 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM 

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MICHIGAN SPEAKERS

  • ELIZABETH MOJE

    Dean,
    Marsal School of Education
    Elizabeth Birr Moje serves as the Dean in the Marsal Family School of Education. Her research is primarily focused on the study of youth culture, identity, and literacy development within and beyond the formal educational setting. Dr. Moje earned her Ph.D. in Literacy & Language with a specialization in Research Methodology from Purdue University's School of Education in West Lafayette, Indiana. Her educational journey also includes an M.A. in Reading Education from Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan, and a B.A. with a multidisciplinary focus on History, Political Science, and Biology from Concordia College in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Having been a part of the Marsal Family School of Education since 1997, she has made significant contributions to the field of education.
  • JONATHAN MASSEY

    Dean,
    Taubman College, Architecture & Urban Planning
    Jonathan Massey is an esteemed figure in the field of architecture and history, currently serving as the Dean and a Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan's Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. With a profound expertise in modern architecture, he is widely recognized as a leading authority on architecture and planning education. Prior to his role at Taubman College, Massey held the position of Dean of Architecture at the California College of Arts in San Francisco.Dr. Massey's academic journey includes a Bachelor of Arts and a PhD in architecture from Princeton University, as well as a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles.
  • Angela Calabrese Barton

    Chair, Educational Studies; Professor,
    Marsal Family School of Education
    Angela Calabrese Barton is a distinguished professor in Educational Studies at the University of Michigan, known for her extensive research in promoting equitable and socially just science education in both school and community settings. With over 120 publications to her name, her contributions to the field have earned her several prestigious awards, including the 2018 Award for Exemplary Contributions to Practice-Engaged Research from the American Educational Research Association. Her academic journey includes a Ph.D. in Curriculum, Teaching, and Educational Policy from Michigan State University in 1995, he also holds a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Notre Dame, awarded with honors in 1990.
  • Michelle J Bellino

    Associate Professor,
    Marsal Family School of Education
    Michelle Bellino is an accomplished Associate Professor at the University of Michigan School of Education. Her research revolves around the intricate relationship between education and youth civic development. Her work has earned recognition and been published in prestigious journals such as the Harvard Educational Review, Anthropology and Education Quarterly, and Comparative Education Review. Her educational background includes a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) from Harvard Graduate School of Education, a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Risk and Prevention, a Master of Arts (M.A.) from the University at Buffalo, and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English from Cornell University.
  • Chris Torres

    Associate Professor,
    Marsal Family School of Education
    Chris Torres serves as an Associate Professor of Educational Policy and Leadership at the University of Michigan's Marsal Family School of Education. His research is centered on qualitative inquiry, focusing on the influence of leadership and policy in stabilizing and enhancing school improvement initiatives and the teaching profession. His exceptional contributions were recognized with the Outstanding Reviewer Award in 2019 and 2020 from Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (EEPA), as well as the Outstanding Policy Report Award from AERA Division L in 2021. His academic journey includes a BA in Psychology from Yale University, an MA in Early Childhood Education from Mercy College, and a PhD in Teaching and Learning from New York University (NYU).

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