EDUG-681: Leadership and Supervision

Class Program
Credits 3
Instructional Method

Students develop an understanding of leadership and supervision in public schools and systems. The course recognizes that educational leadership occurs within a diverse professional community that is often focused on reform and change. Students will critically reflect on various leadership theories with the purpose of discerning beliefs and practices that can best support them as visionaries and leaders in classrooms, schools, school systems, and in the community. Recognizing and examining the human dynamics associated with leadership, highlighting best practices in communication, professional development, supervision, community engagement, and resource management, and applying these concepts to real-life scenarios and case studies, will position the student as a leader and change agent within the educational community.

Semester Offered