Pro Development Seminar II

Course Description

Candidates will review and modify induction plan as needed. Critical issues that will be addressed are building and sustaining a vision and mission, operation management, internal and external communications, implementation of a technology plan, and budget management. Course is S/U grading basis only. This course is four months in length.

Learning Outcomes

  • Assess the implementation of the vision and mission at the school or district.
  • Analyze organizational management of the many aspects of the candidate’s school or district as it relates to meeting students’ instructional needs.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of internal and external communication in the school or district.
  • Assess the implementation of your school or district’s technology plan.
  • Analyze district level budget procedures as related to your school.

Prerequisites

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Sanford College of Education

“Our goal is to deliver high quality educator preparation programs that feature social-emotional learning and evolve inspiring professionals who have positive impact in PK-12 school settings.”
Sanford College of Education
Osvaldo A.
Class of 2019