adm596 | Graduate
Internship On The Principalship (6 Week)
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Leadership; Curriculum and Instruction; Scheduling
- Analyze different leadership styles.
- Identify the vision and mission for the school.
- Describe the role of the site counsel in the decision-making process.
- Identify the duties and responsibilities of the principal.
- Describe the different curriculum guides used in the school setting.
- Identify the different programs taught in the school setting.
- Compare and contrast approaches used to educate diverse populations.
- Analyze the process used to build a master schedule.
- Describe the process for assigning staff to teaching assignments and duties.
Fiscal Operations; Public Relations and Media
- Identify the steps involved in the preparation and administration of the school budget.
- Interpret the alignment of the district budget to the school-level budget.
- Describe the procedures used for ordering equipment, supplies, and materials.
- Explain the procedures relating to student activity accounts.
- Recognize methods of keeping the community aware of school functions.
- Analyze methods used by the principal to promote positive public relations.
- Describe the school board policy regarding communicating with the media.
Human Resources; Administrative Relationships and Communication
- Explain local school board policies pertaining to certified and classified personnel evaluation.
- Identify techniques used to develop and maintain effective communication.
- Describe how principals network with other administrators.
- Analyze the job descriptions for certified and classified personnel.
- Explain local school board policies pertaining to terminating personnel.
Transportation Issues; Student Discipline
- Describe the role of the principal in transportation issues.
- Identify techniques the principal uses to deal with disruptive students on buses.
- Evaluate the discipline management plan used by the principal.
- Analyze special education law pertaining to discipline.
- Review the local school board policy regarding disciplining students.
Facility Maintenance and Food Service; Community
- Describe the responsibilities of the principal regarding the maintenance and custodial care of the facilities.
- Analyze the procedure used by the principal to maintain a safe facility.
- Describe the role and responsibilities of the principal regarding food services.
- Investigate programs available to stimulate community involvement.
- Describe methods to promote family participation in the educational community.
Staff Development; Governing Board
- Describe the role the principal plays in staff development.
- Analyze the different methods of staff development.
- Investigate the benefits offered by the Arizona School Administrators Association.
- Analyze local school board policies.
- Describe the process for adopting board policies.
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