I am excited to be teaching two summer courses starting at the end of June. One of them is this course:
EDER 705: Doctoral Seminar in Educational Leadership
Provides doctoral students with a contemporary Canadian focus on significant issues in educational leadership.
Extended Course Description:
This course is an introduction to educational leadership as a specialized field of scholarship and professional practice. It provides a historical overview of the study of educational leadership to develop understandings of significant perspectives, concepts, and theories as they pertain to current educational organizations.
The course readings, topics, and learning tasks have been chosen to help students to:
- familiarize themselves with diverse historical and contemporary theoretical perspectives/paradigms in educational administration and leadership;
- critically examine educational issues using current research literature to understand differing assumptions, values, and methods that are used to study and understand education; and
- develop an in-depth understanding of their own assumptions and beliefs about the value and role of leadership practice in public education.
Course Design and Delivery:
This course will be offered fully online, using D2L and Zoom.
This course is only available to students enrolled in the Doctor of Education program. If you are interested in learning more about our graduate program offerings, check out the Werklund School of Education web page.
Applications for next year open in September 2020. It’s not too early to start planning for 2021!
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Sarah Elaine Eaton, PhD, is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, and the Educational Leader in Residence, Academic Integrity, University of Calgary, Canada. Opinions are my own and do not represent those of the University of Calgary.