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  • Teachers and principals are mutually responsible for most elements of the work of teaching and learning. Principals are alone in being charged with closing the achievement gap and managing resources.

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  • 1. Educational Leadership PROGRAM WSU Puyallup Serving the South Puget sound region Orientation Session
  • 2. Welcome and Agenda • Introductions • Overview of the Program • Logistical Information • Q & A
  • 3. A Student Perspective Renee Froembling Dean of Students SAMI Tacoma School District
  • 4. Introductions • Molly Burns ~ Academic Coordinator • Dr. Gay Selby ~ Program Director • Dr. Glenn E. Malone ~ Program Coordinator, Research & Assessment • Dr. Carrie Adrian~ Leadership • Dr. Tim Yeomans ~ Finance • Dr. Chrys Sweeting ~ Law • Dr. Aileen Baxter ~ Instruction • Dr. Amy Eveskcige ~ Community
  • 5. Olympia Connection
  • 6. Why WSU? • WSU is a research university—one of two in Washington State • WSU is the Washington’s only land grant institution • WSUV is one of four primary campuses (Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities and Vancouver) that comprise the WSU state-wide system that networks students, programs, and faculty • WSU Educational Leadership program is a field-based scholar-practitioner model that utilizes both academic and clinical faculty • “Cougar Culture!” • Over 50% of the school superintendents in the state are Cougars (networking) • Over 200 educational leaders in SW Washington and other areas of Washington and elsewhere completed the Educational Leadership program at WSUV (networking)
  • 7. Cohort Based
  • 8. A Career Change • Educational leadership is not just a job change, it is a career change • The pathway to educational leadership requires networking and sponsorship (building relationships) • The transition to administration requires a strong knowledge base and extensive leadership experiences--acquired in the classroom and from field based opportunities • A partner and family decision and commitment • Goal: to prepare students to be competitive candidates for entry level leadership positions
  • 9. Learning is Fun
  • 10. Conceptual Framework The College of Education contributes to the theory and practice of the broad field of education, and dedicates itself to understanding and respecting learners in diverse cultural contexts. We facilitate engaged learning and ethical leadership in schools and clinical settings. We seek collaboration with diverse constituencies, recognizing our local and global responsibilities to communities, environments, and future generations. Learners Learning Leadership
  • 11. Program Offerings Residency Principal Certificate Residency Program Administrator Certificate ******************* Ed.M. in Educational Leadership
  • 12. New Teacher and Principal Evaluation Criterion (TPEP)
  • 13. Award Winning Faculty
  • 14. Overview of Program ISLLC Standards STANDARD ONE • A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared by the school community. STANDARD TWO • A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning and staff professional growth.
  • 15. STANDARD THREE • A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by ensuring management of the organization, operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment. STANDARD FOUR • A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by collaborating with families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources.
  • 16. STANDARD FIVE • A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students through professional leadership by acting with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner. STANDARD SIX • A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by understanding, responding to, and influencing the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context.
  • 17. Alignment ISSLC Standard Course Assessment I. Vision of Learning EdPsy 510 Assessment of Learning Analyzing School Improvement Plan II. School Culture & Teaching and Learning EDAD 516 Curriculum & Instructional Leadership Paper on Principal as Instructional Leader III. Management of Resources EDAD 585 School Finance Research Paper & Presentation IV. Engaging Families & Community EDAD 583 Community & Communications School & Parent Engagement Plan V. Acting w/ Integrity in an Ethical Manner EDAD Educational Leadership Leadership Case Study VI. Understanding Political, Social & Cultural Context EDAD 588 School Law Policy Case Analysis EDAD 590 Internship Portfolio (Collection of Evidence)
  • 18. Engaging Content
  • 19. WSU PRINCIPAL AND PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR PREPARATION PROGRAMS + MASTER’S DEGREE (EdM) Certification Only (24 credits) 6 courses for 18 credits 1 year internship for 6 credits Certification + EdM (41 credits) 6 courses for 18 credits 1 year internship for 6 credits 5 courses for 15 credits (2 required + 3 electives) Exam for 2 credits Internship (Collection of Evidence)  540 hours (state requirement)  Seminars and Mock Interviews  Site Visits and Mentoring  Reflections Certification Only 2 academic years including internship Certification Only + EdM 2 academic years including internship, plus 2 summer sessions
  • 20. Program Overview (Adrian) (Eveskcige)
  • 21. Things to Remember • No Summers (unless EdM) • No Weekends (except homework) • Flexible 2 – 4 Years • Just over $14,000 • Entire Faculty Current Practitioners • Practical Approach
  • 22. Application and Registration Information Molly Burns (molly.burns@vancouver.wsu.edu) • Application Process (2 stages) • Online • Departmental • Admission Process (2 stages) • The Department • The Graduate School • Navigating the Program • WSU Email • Advising
  • 23. Q & A Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/WSUPrincipal