Educate. Serve. Lead.
Instructional Leadership: Certificate
Elevate your impact as an educator and leader, in and out of the classroom.
Servant Leadership Begins Here
Instructional leadership is not one-size-fits-all. Every student, every teacher, and every educational setting is unique. So, how do you effectively lead your students and fellow teachers?
Explore a range of subjects designed to fit real-world application in your field. Assessment, educational leadership, and current K-12 issues. Classroom management, conflict resolution, even ethical practices. Tailor your studies to fit your personal growth goals.
What Can I Do with a Certificate in Instructional Leadership?
With a certificate in instructional leadership, you can pursue a variety of rewarding careers in education, administration, and leadership roles.
These positions often involve overseeing instructional programs, shaping educational policies, and promoting effective teaching practices to enhance student learning and development.
Training and Development Specialist
Customize Your Study of Instructional Leadership
*Choose (4) of the following:
- Current Issues in K-12 Schools
- Foundations in Reading
- Instructional Practices
- Assessment of Reading
- Content Area Reading and Writing for Early Childhood and Elementary
- Classroom Management and Discipline
- Educational Leadership
- Characteristics of Learning Disabilities
- Methods and Procedures for Learning Disabilities
- Behavior Management
- Teaching Reading for Students with Disabilities
- Professional Leadership and Mentoring
- Ethics in Teacher Leadership
- Conflict Resolution in Teacher Leadership
Stories that Started Here
Shannon Rabon ’20
“It is a wonderful program with caring, knowledgeable, and professional instructors.”
North Greenville University (NGU) admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.