Instructional Leadership –
This course analyzes the process of instruction and curriculum development. Effective teaching and learning strategies are explored as they relate to the use of technology, motivating staff and students, and creating dynamic learning environments. The importance of faculty development and their involvement in research and public service are of special focus.
Analyze curriculum structure, articulation, and alignment critically throughout the educational continuum.
Formulate solutions to improve identified issues within curriculum.
Evaluate the effectiveness of instructional programs.
Develop strategies to facilitate faculty professional development and build a professional learning community.
Examine the relationships and alignment among curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Apply educational data to decision making within academic settings.
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