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Principal Internship Part I: Instructional Leadership
This graduate-level course is 3 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
- Analyze the importance of safe, clean, and appropriate learning environments for student learning.
- Examine accountability systems impacting school districts.
- Create a response to Section I of the Comprehensive Exam.
- Analyze the process of designing, implementing, and evaluating instructional programs.
- Examine successful strategies to evaluate curriculum products, instructional techniques, and assessment measures.
- Evaluate student performance and school demographic data as it relates to school improvement.
- Evaluate the importance of modeling best practices and serving as an instructional leader for an administrator’s career.
- Examine the roles and functions of the principal.
- Compare and contrast visions of educational leaders.
- Examine sound and developmentally appropriate classroom and behavior management techniques.
- Examine the key elements and goals of the internship experience.
- Analyze the Educational Leadership Constituent Council standards and how they align to the internship requirements.
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