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EDU 570 - Supervision

This course introduces prospective school leaders to the theories, knowledge, skills, and techniques for school supervision. It focuses on the role of supervision in the improvement of instruction and in the building of positive relationships with staff along with ensuring a culture of mutual support and respect among staff. This course will assist prospective school leaders in knowing how and why analysis of student demographics is used to determine the overall diversity of a school and can explain its impact on the teaching and learning process. The course is also designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to function effectively as school leader in the capacity of a program supervisor or principal/administrator in the performance of supervisory and evaluative duties. The Missouri Educator Evaluation System and the recruitment, training, and retaining process will be addressed. Learning methodology will involve both individual and collaborative group activities through case study analysis, discussions, simulation/role-playing, and classroom presentations. In addition, MLDS aspiring leader assignments (treatments) are embedded in this course.



Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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