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Course Sequence for WCU MSA and PMC-PSL Programs

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  • Just because you can pass a class doesn’t mean you can lead a school
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    1. 1. Live your leadership journey courageously Features of your cohort-based leadership program
    2. 2. Foundations of a program Summer Admits EDL 725 – 21 st Century Standards 1 credit hour program introduction course PSY 621 – Advance Ed. Psych EDCI 615 – Social & Historical Foundations PMC’s do not take red courses PMC’s may have met purple courses as prerequisites through their master’s programs Fall & Spring Admits EDL 725 – 21 st Century Standards 1 credit hour program introduction course EDRS 612 – Research EDL 612 – Curriculum
    3. 3. Core Program Sequence EDL 725 EDRS 612 EDL 612 601 701 602 702 603 703 604 704 Ethical School Leadership Aligning actions with values, beginning of BHAG Leading School Culture Organizational Culture, BHAG plan and implementation Leadership for Student Learning Sustaining school improvement through capacity building, monitoring BHAG change project and designing intervention support The Hickory Experience Friday and Saturday in Hickory, NC. First meeting of the whole cohort Leadership for Continuous School Improvement Evaluating and sustaining change initiatives, final presentations in Cullowhee MSA only H
    4. 4. Core Program Sequence EDL 725 EDRS 612 EDL 612 601 701 602 702 603 703 604 704 MSA only The Case For Candidacy Occurs at end of 601, based on cumulative work in 601, must pass to move into EDL 602 H H
    5. 5. Assessment for Candidacy <ul><li>To be admitted to candidacy, you must demonstrate that you possess the basic skills and dispositions that are pre-requisite to leading a school: </li></ul><ul><li>Openness to learning </li></ul><ul><li>Responsibility for the learning and success of others as well as yourself </li></ul><ul><li>Skill in reflection and facilitating reflection </li></ul><ul><li>Skillful communications </li></ul><ul><li>Flexibility and imagination </li></ul>
    6. 6. Assessment (709), Internships & Topics for MSA & PMC 787 Intern II 786 Intern I 601 701 602 702 603 703 604 704 788 Intern III Summer only 714 SPED 721 LAW 750 HR Summer internship is taken either between 601/701 and 602/702 or between 602/702 and 603/703, depending on when you started your core courses. EDRS 709 S F S F S Su Su F S Su S F Starts core in spring Starts core in fall
    7. 7. Electronic Evidences (EE’s) 787 Intern II 786 Intern I 601 701 602 702 603 703 604 704 788 Intern III Summer only 714 SPED 721 LAW 750 HR EE’s are artifacts required by the department of public instruction. You will complete EE’s in different courses throughout the program. EE-2 EE-6 EE-5 EE-3 EE-4 EE-1 EE-5
    8. 8. Program Completion 604 704 BHAG Change Project final report Cullowhee Presentations 21 st Century Leadership Standards Evaluation Leadership Self-assessment Final documentation of core activities
    9. 9. MSA Faculty Learning to be courageous…
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