Personnel Administration For Educators – adm505 (3 credits)
This course focuses on the responsibilities of educational administrators related to human resources. Participants examine three main components in human resources administration: utilization, development, and environment. Topics covered include selection, placement, induction, compensation, motivation, staff development, unionism, collective bargaining, and the legal aspects of personnel administration.
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Recruitment and Selection
- Explain how fiscal and legal constraints affect a school district's recruitment process.
- Illustrate the process of recruiting, screening, and interviewing job applicants.
- Rate the criteria for selecting a teacher.
- Differentiate between the main internal and external recruitment methods used by school districts.
Placement, Induction, Motivation, and Development
- Apply the considerations in placement of personnel.
- Explain the purpose of each step in an induction program.
- Interpret the equation Performance = Motivation x Ability.
- Evaluate the staff development process.
Performance Evaluation and Compensation
- Describe the key elements of a comprehensive and effective evaluation system.
- Describe the current standards used for teacher evaluation.
- Analyze the effects of compensation on a school district's ability to attract, motivate, and retain highly qualified employees.
- Assess the issues regarding performance-based pay for educators.
Collective Bargaining and Legal Aspects
- Explain the roles and responsibilities of human resources and teacher unions regarding collective bargaining.
- Explain the legal framework within which public schools operate.
- Analyze the legal protections related to terms and conditions of employment.
- All objectives apply.
Overview of the Human Resources Function
- Identify the essential elements of human resources administration.
- Compare the processes of the three main components of human resources.
- Illustrate the relationship between strategic planning and human resources.
- Describe how legal principles and ethics are embedded in human resources strategic planning.
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