2019-2020
Graduate Courses

Course Results

3 credit hours

EDA616: Special Topics in School Leadership: Leadership and Management

Candidates that have completed Level 1 of the Principal Program will focus on research-based practices in visionary leadership and school management strategies that lead to growth in the academic performance for all students. Current practices and trends in leadership will be reviewed and evaluated through readings and class activities, then applied and evaluated through field-based experiences in schools.

3 credit hours

EDA618: Special Topics in School Leadership: Instructional Leadership, Assessment, Collaboration and Climate

Candidates that have completed Level 1 of the Principal Program will focus on research-based practices in instructional leadership, assessment, collaboration, and school climate that lead to growth in academic performance for all students. Current practices and trends in each area will be reviewed and evaluated through readings and class activities, then applied and evaluated through field-based experiences in schools.

 

3 credit hours

EDU501: Teaching Reading and Writing

A course designed to help elementary and secondary teachers to informally assess literacy skills; plan and design appropriate literacy programs; and implement

3 credit hours

EDU517: Educational Policy and Theoretical Foundations of Literacy

In this course, graduate candidates will examine the relationship between political policy and trends in educational policy and practice. The course will include readings and assignments designed to assist in the development of a concrete understanding of how educational policy affects the classroom. Graduate candidates will then investigate the implications of current educational policy on a school.

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