Collaborative Leadership for Learning
The focus of this course is to address factors that affect student learning, model instructional strategies that meet different learning styles, systems thinking, and provide multiple opportunities for student learning. Strategies and programs to identify and address the needs of gifted and talented students, supervision strategies of instruction to improve student achievement, and alternative/multiple methods of assessment. An in-depth analysis of collaborative lesson planning by staff including lesson study will be investigated. There will be a conceptual understanding of reading and mathematics instruction pre-K-12 provided. Coaching to improve continuous improvement along with mentoring methods will also be studied and addressed. Prerequisite: admission to the Director of Instruction or Superintendent licensure programs. Restricted to students in the Director of Instruction or Superintendent licensure programs.