Assessment Seminar

Course Description

This is the capstone course in the Professional Administrative Services Credential Program. Candidates will be engaged in assessing their induction plan and providing evidence that they have completed the plan successfully. Critical issues will be addressed in this class are media relations, advocating in the political context for students, and career planning. Course is S/U grading basis only. This course is four months in length.

Learning Outcomes

  • Evaluate the completion of your induction plan.
  • Analyze the current district policies and school practice as they relate to effective media relations.
  • Analyze federal, state, and local politics as they relate to the successful operations of a selected school program.
  • Develop a plan of future personal and professional growth.

Prerequisites

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Osvaldo A.
Class of 2019