EDA607 Induction Seminar
Lead Faculty: Dr. Donna Elder
Developing and planning an individualized candidate professional induction plan. Identification of professional growth opportunities, including non-University work, and developing a plan for a field-based project aligned with candidate’s needs and interests. Introduction to the mentoring process and selection of a mentor. Preparation of a current administrative portfolio. Grading is by S or U only. Course is eligible for an "IP" grade.
- Identify areas of interest for personal study and professional development. (CPSELS 5.7 and 5.8)
- Identify supplementary areas of study to enhance candidate’s learning within administrative domains. (CPSELS 5.8)
- Select mentors and build working relationships with them.
- Prepare goals for personal and professional growth (CPSELS 5.8)
- Increase and expand their skills and experience in these areas: (CPSELS 3)
Vision of learning (CPSELS 1)
School culture (CPSELS 2)
Organizational management (CPSELS 3)
School family needs and community diversity (CPSELS 4)
Ethical leadership (CPSELS 5.1)
- Demonstrate an understanding of political, social, economic, legal and cultural context of educational leadership (CPSELS 6)