There are three bases to an institutional effort; educational, commercial and welfare. An educational institution is formal arrangements of educators, children, and parents to create an effective learning environment for children. The educational environment aims to target all aspects of learning; knowledge dissemination, morale improvement, character building, and like.

Micro-Management – Definition & Effects:

Micro-management in teaching is managing or controlling learners with excessive attention to minor details and providing rapid criticism on mistakes, over and over.

  • Micro-management kills intrinsic motivation of learners; consequently, self-motivated, self-regulated, and self-directed learners are a missing phenomenon of micro-driven setup, unfortunately.
  • Micro-management disregards the significance of cooperation dimension during learning; as a result, the teamwork aspect is dilapidated, eventually.
  • Micro-management fails to respect the self-esteem of every learner of the institute; subsequently, frustration becomes commonplace among students.
  • Micro-management fails to recognize latent talents of learners and focuses on goals only, disregarding means; and so, it fails to address learners’ passion and discipline, properly.

In this post, we have discussed, briefly, the meaning and effects of micro-management on educational institutes. It is our objective that in our future posts, we will portray the sources of micro-management, discuss its effects in greater depth and provide an introduction to an alternative teaching method, Quality Management, with the help of our argument on Micro Mangement. We hope that readers will be focused more towards quality way of teaching after perusing our humble effort.

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