Fall 2006 – Summer 2007 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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139 development in all areas specifically in student achievement the entire personnel management and leadership function will be linked with the interstate school leaders licensure consortium standards cross-listed with eadm 536 eadm 640 school community relations 3 focuses on the role of the school leader in designing programs around the needs problems and issues of the school with its stakeholders special publics because of cultural changes and new problems arising there is a need for better two way communications between the school and the community dealing constructively and effectively with these needs and problems will increase the chances that parents stakeholders special publics and the district will take a positive interest in the school thus inviting their support for school improvement candidates will develop a plan to capitalize on the diversity cultural ethic racial economic special interest groups of the school community to improve student achievement school programs and meet diverse needs of all students the course will be linked with the interstate school leaders licensure consortium standards cross-listed with eadm 540 eadm 695 principal internship 4 focuses on the role of the school leader by establishing a bond between theory research and practice currently this course is optional to the degree program the internship is assigned to a specified schools with the supervision of a certified school administrator in the field and with the guidance of a regent faculty internship advisor ideally the candidate will have experiences at different school levels experiences at hard-to staff schools and experiences that take place during the school day in concentrated blocks of times when prek-12 students are present the intern is responsible for completion of course competencies interns in the field have continuous contact with a regent university internship advisor and participate in seminar experiences prerequisite completion of all coursework for the educational leadership program and a thorough understanding of the interstate school leaders licensure consortium standards these standards will be the basis for the mentor evaluation cross-listed with eadm 595 eadm 703 advanced theory practice of leadership organizational development educational administration 3 become familiar with systems and organizational theories as well as the major trends and issues in the study of educational organizations explores how systems theory change processes and strategic planning affect organizations and individuals critically assess and apply the theories to their own experiences and develop a theoretical perspective eadm 704 advanced supervision design implementation of educational programs curriculum technology 3 extensive foundation and a breadth of knowledge concerning foundations principles and issues of curriculum emphasizes how personal worldview impacts all aspects of curriculum development design implementation evaluation and refinement principles of an effective curriculum process are emphasized from both the building level and the school district administrative perspectives eadm 705 effective communication conflict resolution 3 the key to healthy organizations is productive communication and conflict resolution provides a communication-based perspective for organizations and leadership in a diverse society review and translate into practice research on team process management consensus building and negotiation skills apply the particular communication skills into your respective contexts as evidenced by video role-play case study analysis and/or feedback from peers faculty and supervisors eadm 706 legal ethical professional issues in education 3 educational leader in a modern society must have a working knowledge and understanding of key legal ethical and professional issues facing education today analyze the issues and critically assess the implications and consequences of legal and ethical decisions faced by building and district-level administrators develop a problem analysis system enabling you to address critical issues in the future eadm 720 advanced practice of school finance management of resources facilities 3 emphasizes responsibilities for management at the school district level advanced study of 1 principles for the development and implementation of strategic planning 2 operational procedures in educational organizations 3 legal issues related to fiscal operations for the management of educational organizations and impacting school operations and management and 4 principles and issues related to school finances and use of space examine issues related to school safety and security engage in the identification of community resources and partnerships of school family business government and higher education institutions examine and use technologies that support diverse management functions eadm 721 school community relations 3 particular emphasis placed upon school district operations advanced principles and practices in diversity and its meaning for educational programs effective communication including consensus building and negotiation skills principles and issues of school safety and security emerging issues and trends that impact the school community community resources and partnerships of school family business government and higher-education institutions the value of the diverse school community models and strategies of change and conflict resolution as an applied to the larger political social cultural and economic contexts of schooling and the importance of diversity and equity in a democratic society school of education