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Viewing: EDUC 8268 : Leadership Theory for Education

Last approved: Thu, 13 Apr 2017 15:50:09 GMT

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Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Educational Leadership (EDUC)
EDUC
8268
Leadership Theory for Education
LeadershipTheory for Education
Fall 2017
3
Course Type
Lecture
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3
9
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Historical and contemporary theories of leadership through the lens of education; leadership, adaptive leadership, and power analysis.
To understand a variety of leadership theories, approaches, and styles, critiquing how those theories can be used in leading educational organizations.
• Identify and discuss the unique characteristics of educational organizations to conceptualize, develop, and apply theories of leadership in educational settings.
• Examine different types of power that may be exhibited by advocacy groups, organizations, and leaders, describing how power influences policy and action.
• Articulate an individual philosophy of leadership providing epistemological foundations/orientations/personal histories/experiences/values shaping their conceptions/philosophies of leadership
• Examine the characteristics of effective leaders, identifying major conditions that influence “leader effectiveness”
• Discuss contemporary issues and topics in leadership theory, including leadership for social justice, women and minority in leadership, and globalization/international issues in leadership.
• Develop strategies and approaches to address leadership problems or make decisions by applying key concepts and constructs/framework of leadership.
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