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Course level: Doctorate Courses
In this course, students explore instructional leadership as an integrated practice to evolve their understanding of, and capacity for, advancing teaching and learning. Effective teaching and learning strategies are examined as they relate to motivating faculty, staff, and students, and creating dynamic learning environments. Additional topics include leading change in learning environments and counterbalancing resistance to change for faculty, staff, and students.
This doctorate level course requires proof of completion of a Master's degree. Be prepared to provide documentation during the checkout process.
What you'll learn
Course skills and outcomes
- Examine the frameworks of change, current change theories, historical progression of change models, and influences on change within contemporary organizations.
- Analyze strategies that influence data-driven change processes within an educational organization.
- Analyze curriculum structure, articulation, and alignment critically throughout the educational continuum.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of curriculum, instruction, and assessment in instructional programs for contemporary organizations.
- Formulate change management plans to improve identified issues within curriculum.
- Develop strategies to foster faculty professional development and build professional learning communities within contemporary organizations.