03RD OCT 2024 - 9TH OCT 2024*

UM-Marsal Globestar Education Leadership
Summit 2024

Mumbai | Delhi



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 and Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.

Spanning 3 days each in Mumbai and Delhi that includes workshop, school visit, case studies and panel discussion with a graduation and Education Diligence Awards (EDA) this Summit promises to be an exceptional platform for school leaders to connect, collaborate, and engage in a transformative learning experience with award winning global faculty.



Oct 03rd - Oct 04th, 2024

Education Deligience Awards
Oct 05th, 2024


Oct 07th - Oct 08th, 2024

Education Deligience Awards
Oct 09th, 2024

Novotel Hotel, Next to Airport Metro Station, Andheri - Kurla Rd, Mumbai 400059

Lalit Hotel, Fire Brigade Lane, Barakhamba, New Delhi, Delhi 110001


  • Introduction

  • Educational Leadership

  • IR Groups Formation

  • Preview workshops and unpack notes on theory and practice

  • Instructional Rounds (IR, School Visit)

  • Project- & Place-Based Learning

  • Disciplinary Literacy & AI

  • Human-Centered Design & Engineering Curriculum Development

  • Jury Intro

  • Panel Discussions

  • Graduation Ceremony (~65 leaders)

  • EDA & Networking

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3


Instructional Innovation &
Educational Leadership

• Visiting 2 schools

• Observation and debrief

• Attendees: School Owner & Principal

Technology Integration &
Social Emotional Learning

Lecture, case study and discussions

Principal & Coordinator

Curriculum Development,
Overall QnA & Networking

Principal & Curriculum Development Person

blue and white academic hat
blue and white academic hat

Graduation ceremony,
Panel discussions & EDA

Attendees: School, university, corporates representatives

For Special School PACKAGE: Only 2 attendees allowed

Day 1

Day 2

Day 4

Day 3


  • 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

sticky notes on corkboard
sticky notes on corkboard


blue and white academic hat
blue and white academic hat



Elizabeth Moje starting off the discussion by providing an overview of the event. Followed by a session where attendees can enjoy tea & coffee. A comprehensive discussion led by Chris on Instructional Rounds (IR) where attendees can engage, ask questions, and share their perspectives. A break for lunch. The continuation of Chris's session, delving deeper. Another networking break with tea. This follows discussion on workshops for the next two days and unpacking notes.



Day 2 begins at 8:00 AM with everyone arriving at the school. Then a comprehensive briefing for all educators, followed by a breakfast session. Instructional Rounds (IR) scheduled as per assignments, providing a firsthand look into various classrooms. Following this, there is a brief travel to another school and then Lunch. Two additional debrief sessions follow, providing opportunities for deeper insights. Post that two workshops. This structured itinerary aims to maximize collaboration among educators in a dynamic environment.



The Final day kicks off with an engaging workshop, providing a platform for in-depth discussions and hands-on learning. Followed by a networking & tea session. Later a compelling fireside chat and panel discussion. The focal point then shifts to a graduation ceremony followed by a leisurely lunch. The afternoon continues with the Education Diligence Awards, outstanding contributions.

A high tea break at 4:00 PM sets the stage for the conclusion, with Dean Elizabeth introducing Dean Jonathan, engaging on education leadership.


  • 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.

people sitting on chair inside room
people sitting on chair inside room


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.


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.


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.


Early Bird Passes

INR 1,25,000 / $ 1,500

+18% GST Per person
Till 8th Jan. Limited pass available

Late Passes

INR 1,50,000 + GST

+18% GST Per person
After 18th Jan. Limited pass available

Michigan University alumni/NGOs

INR 1,10,000 / $ 1,300

+18% GST Per person
(Only 10 seats available per city)

FICCI Arise Member

INR 1,20,000 / $ 1,450

+18% GST Per person
( Only 20 seats available per city)



  • Seats can be confirmed only on receiving payment

  • Payment option as above

  • As per the workshop format below

INR 3,25,000/-

+18% GST


  • 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.

for 4 attendees (upto 2 people can attend on Day 1 & 2, Day 3 - 4 people can attend from the school. Only 15 packages available per city until 8th Jan.)

Travel and Accommodation not included
For accommodation assistance, write to us info@globestarcs.com

We provide upto 20% scholarship for public & private school leaders and upto 50% scholarship for NGO schools if you make less than INR 2,00,000/month


Education Diligence Awards

An Award ceremony to acknowledge education champions

Mumbai : Oct 05th,2024 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Delhi : Oct 09th, 2024 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Michigan Alumni Networking

Sponsored networking dinner with Michigan Alumni & other educators

Mumbai : Oct 03rd, 2024 - 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Delhi : Oct 07th, 2024 - 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

I-GRAD Magazine

Our bi-monthly career-focused magazine, I-GRAD

Media Coverage


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.



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).



Gopal Srinivasan

Chairman, TVS Capital Funds Limited

Mumbai | 05th Oct

Fireside chat

V. Anantha Nageswaran

Chief Economic Advisor to PM

Delhi | 09th Oct