Course Description: EDUC 6368

Leadership and Education

Description:
This course will address the following issues: the nature of power, leadership, and education; the relationship of power, leadership, and education leadership models and styles and related issues including:

Developing strategies for leadership

Building the learning organization

Research perspectives on leadership

Organizational transformation

Reconceptualizing teaching and learning

Objectives:
After completing this course, you should be able to demonstrate the following competencies:

Identify the source of power in an organization and how it is used

Explain the behavior of those with power

Describe and apply theories and models of leadership to real world scenarios

Develop strategies for change in an educational or training organization

Manage knowledge and technolgy for improvement

Prerequisites:
None currently indicated.

 

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