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Educational Management: Science or Art?
Educational Management: Science or Art?

Author(s): Samuiel Bâlc
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Education, Business Economy / Management, Management and complex organizations
Published by: Scientia Moralitas Research Institute
Keywords: management; education; science; art; leadership;
Summary/Abstract: At the present time, it is increasingly accepted that science is a systematic knowledge of the world that begins by observing and collecting data and continuing on the basis of accumulated experiences. An effective management will give life to theories by putting them into practice by knowing the specifics of the field of activity and its context. The cumulative organization of knowledge and experience has led to the origination and strengthening of science.A collection of figures, however, is not sufficient to say that a particular leader is conducting a scientific activity or that he masters the art of driving. There are people who know a lot of things, but when they relate to their peers, they do not have the art of communicating the principles learned from the study and the experience.Science begins in practice, but practice cannot ignore science. This article will highlight the fact that educational management is both science and art. It is emphasized that the effective development of the educational process must take into account both the scientific aspect and the art aspect

  • Page Range: 32-38
  • Page Count: 7
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: English