Graduate Academic Learning Compacts

Year: 2007-2008
College: Education and Human Services
Department: Ldrship, Sch Counsel, Spt Mgmt
Major: Educational Leadership
Concentration: Advanced Teaching & Learning

Mission Statement:

The M.Ed: Educational Leadership / Advanced Teaching and Learning is a graduate level program in educational leadership and provides coursework toward a master?s degree in educational leadership. This program is designed to serve experienced teachers who seek to serve a leadership role in various educational settings. Required coursework meets State mandates for training and preparation of school leaders; elective coursework offers students the opportunity to tailor their studies for intended future roles.
Student Learning Outcomes:

    
Outcome:   


Graduates of the M.Ed: Educational Leadership / Advanced Teaching and Learning track will be able to communicate effectively by listening, speaking, writing, researching in a variety of instructional settings.



    
Outcome:   


Graduates of the M.Ed: Educational Leadership / Advanced Teaching and Learning track will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of child development and current theories of learning.



    
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Graduates of the M.Ed: Educational Leadership / Advanced Teaching and Learning track will be able to plan effective learning activities founded on research and data-based decision making.


Curriculum Map:

Assessment Approaches:

Evaluation occurs during the capstone course, Practicum in Educational Leadership, during which a supervising leader (non-UNF faculty) and the practicum instructor (UNF faculty) observe and evaluate each student as s/he applies knowledge, skills, and dispositions that have been developed or acquired during program coursework.