EAS 660: Foundations of Leadership 3 credits
Emphasizes basic administrative theory and research for the school leader, focusing on the current practices and examining trends in such areas as leadership skills, personnel development and decision making.
EAS 663: School Business Management 3 credits
Principles of business administration for schools, emphasizing sound plant, finance and management practices. A philosophy of school administration will be developed.
EAS 670: Pupil Personnel Services 3 credits
A survey of guidance services and their application in both elementary and secondary educational settings. Practical guidance problems are considered.
EAS 678: Organizational Leadership 3 credits
An exploration of organizational theory and its application in a school setting, emphasizing strategic planning, instructional leadership and public relations.
Prerequisite: EAS 660.
Ed 625: Family, School & Community Relationships 3 credits
This course will examine the changing structure and demographics of the family and implications for education. Current models and strategies for effective home, school and community partnerships will be reviewed with special emphasis on practical applications of these strategies in candidates' own school settings. Course topics include theories of family systems, parenting, parent education, child abuse/neglect and bullying.
Ed 635: Critical Issues in Education 3 credits
This course is designed to explore critical issues in both public and private education. Topics discussed are organized around the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) standards categories of learner and learning, content knowledge, instructional practice and professional responsibility. Candidates will read, summarize, analyze and discuss educational issues with other candidates and faculty.
Ed 638: Curriculum Development & Design 3 credits
This course is an overview of the history and theories of curriculum development and their application to K-12 schools. Designing and implementing effective curriculum and learning based on a school's philosophy of education.
Ed 661: Assessment of Learning 3 credits
The appraisal of a student's intellectual capacity and aspects of personality; the interpretation of educational data using descriptive statistics including frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, the normal probability curve and graphs. Attention is also given to test construction and the development of a testing program.
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