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Fielding Graduate University    
  Dec 12, 2017
Academic Catalog 2017-2018
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EDU-552 Collaborative Instructional Leadership

3 semester credits
This course emphasizes: Concepts of educational leadership; identification of leadership roles needed in schools, classrooms, the profession, and the community; strategies for energizing and sustaining leadership innovations; rationale, indicators, and strategies for collaborative instructional leadership to support improved academic student outcomes and preparation for future academic, economic, political, cultural, and social change; human relations and professional ethics; understanding the collaborative nature of inclusion and special education, and the implications for community learning; the understanding and organization of strategies for supporting and engaging with others as they lead; team building; school and classroom culture; school decision making; shared leadership group processes; conflict resolution; cultural understandings; communications; interpersonal relations. In addition, this course emphasizes the following for instructional leaders: aligning, coordinating, and monitoring resources, both fiscal and personnel; site management; teacher supervision and evaluation; creation and implementation of a comprehensive school plan serving a diverse community of learners; understanding the local, state, federal, and national policies and their implications.
Delivery Method: In person
Grading Default: Letter

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