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Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Educational Leadership (EDUC)
EDUC
6840
Introduction to Improvement Science in Education
Intro Improvement Science
Fall 2017
3
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Seminar
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The process and application of improvement science to complex educational problems.
1. Identify and explore problems in local schools
2. Become familiar with how to select and test solutions to address students’ problems of interest
3. Adapt students’ solutions to local context and capacity to implement
4. Analyze information in groups utilizing a range of Improvement Science tools, procedures, and processes
5. Articulate the decision-making process used, with supporting evidence, from problem articulation to solution
6. Apply knowledge about improvement science as a process and tools in students’ schools
7. Develop capacity to coach and lead others through key stages of improvement science
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Credits for the course and an Independent Learning Statement have both been added to the attached syllabus. - ccd 2/27/17
gharris (Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:09:14 GMT): Rollback: Syllabus must include credit hours/independent learning statement.
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