Educational Supervision (EDSU)
Interpersonal processing, data gathering in analysis of classroom teaching, simulation, microteaching, staff development, in-service program development and staff selection. Offered annually.
Administrative theory, budget development and school finance, certification, teachers’ and students’ rights and responsibilities, school law, tenure, collective bargaining. Offered annually.
Describe and analyze a curriculum plan, formulate a set of criteria for evaluating a curriculum plan, study roles of various persons in curriculum planning. Identify and evaluate characteristics, features and trends of education programs on levels K-12. Offered annually.
Internship is a performance-based, on-site field experience on administrative best practices. Emphasis is on curriculum development, professional growth plans, organizational and financial management, school-community engagement and administrative responsibilities.