Instructor, LEAD 660
- Department: Graduate School of Education
- Start Date: Sep 08, 2014
- Salary: Adjunct Rate
Position Vacancy – Adjunct Instructor
Adjunct Instructor needed to teach course for Principals Institute Program: LEAD 660 – Research for Educational Change
Plan, teach, and evaluate graduate students’ work for this 3-credit course.
This course is designed to enable leaders, teachers, special educators, and others to be effective consumers of research, as well as to plan and carry out research in response to specific educational questions. Stages of the research process are discussed. Students analyze and evaluate research in the areas of leadership, school effectiveness, administration and supervision, teaching, and curriculum reform, and apply the findings to their everyday roles as educational leaders. It is expected that this course will be valuable for those matriculated students who are initiating projects to satisfy the Independent Study requirement. The format consists of lectures and discussions of the stages of the research process. Class members participate in a project involving research design, data collection, and analysis.
- In-depth knowledge of action research theory and methodology
- Experience working with adults and evaluating their work
- Doctorate preferred, Masters required
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