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University of Georgia | K-12


Courses Taught

Term

Course #

Course

#

Summer 2016 EDL691

Thesis Seminar

7

Spring 2016

EDL689

EDL690
EDL691

Review of Educational Leadership Literature
            (2 sections)
Educational Research Seminar
Thesis Seminar

15
10
10
2

Fall 2015

EDL689
EDL690
EDL691
EDL696

Review of Educational Leadership Literature
Educational Research Seminar
Thesis Seminar
Administrative Internship I

12
1
10
15

Summer 2015 EDL690

Educational Research Seminar

11

Spring 2015 EDL689 Review of Educational Leadership Literature

11

Fall 2014 EDL698 Administrative Practicum

12
11
11

Spring 2014

EDL626

Assessment & Evaluation: Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis

27

Spring 2014 EDL698 Administrative Practicum
15

Fall 2013

EDL626

Assessment & Evaluation: Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis

17

Description

EDL626: Assessment & Evaluation of Learning – Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
Focuses on interpretation of psycho-educational assessment data, and the translation of those data into instructional plans. Current tests as well as methods of data analysis are examined. Statistical methods of analyzing and tracking test data, including trend analysis, are utilized.

EDL689: Review of Educational Leadership Literature
This course is designed to provide candidates with the knowledge and skills required to conduct a systematic review of educational literature.  Candidates will be taught how to perform each step of the review process and will then apply it to a topic of their choosing.  Finally, candidates will gain a basic conceptual foundation to research philosophy, terminology, methods, and practices.

EDL 690 – Educational Research Seminar
This course is designed to increase student awareness of educational research techniques; specifically to enhance classroom effectiveness by making administrators better consum­ers of educational literature.  Students read and critique qualitative and quantitative educational literature.  Experimental and quasi-experimental designs are examined and statistical techniques are discussed.  A research study is started and moves through methodological design.

EDL691: Thesis Seminar
A seminar format is utilized to offer direction and advice to those students preparing to submit a thesis for the culmination of the Certificate of Advanced Studies program (focus on implementation of and conclusion of the research project).

EDL696: 092 Administrative Certification Program – Internship I
The purpose of the Educational Leadership Program at Sacred Heart University is to develop educational leaders who can meet the challenges of educating preK-12 students in a complex and diverse society. The 092 Administrative Certification Internship I will require interns to demonstrate knowledge and skills based on the Common Core of Leading: Connecticut School Leadership Standards (CSLS) and the ELCC Program Standards for Educational Leadership. Since the CSLS are in close alignment with the ELCC Standards, the candidate will use the ELCC standards when planning the internship activities.

EDL698: Administrative Practicum
Students will undertake a practicum for fulfillment of the terminal requirement for certification.  Students submit a proposal for a district/school-based project that addresses an identified need.  Further details will be available through the student's advisor.