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1 Handbook of the Educational Leadership Program Department of Education and Human Services College of Education Lehigh University 111 Research Drive Bethlehem, PA or 610/ ) This document consists primarily of the various program of studies sheets. For other documents that complete the EdL Handbook, see our web site at: 01/20/09

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Program overview... 1 Master s Degree in Educational Leadership Course Requirements... 2 Principal Certification Course Requirements... 3 Master s Degree in International Educational Leadership Course Requirements... 4 Teacher Leadership Certificate (Non-Degree) Course Requirements... 5 Supervisory Certification Programs Course Requirements: Supervisor of Curriculum & Instruction Certification... 6 Supervisor of Pupil Personnel Services Certification... 8 Supervisor of Special Education Certification Superintendent of Schools Certification: PA Letter of Eligibility Course Requirements Doctorate in Educational Leadership: Course requirements... 13

3 Mission Our mission in the Educational Leadership program is to develop and support effective leaders for high-quality elementary/secondary education. In partnership with the global community, we identify and enhance individuals through degree and certification programs and support their lifelong learning through our conferences and publications. Our vision of effective leaders is working collaboratively as scholar-practitioners who foster the cognitive and affective development of all learners both through technological, managerial, and interpersonal skills as well as through agile and creative habitsof-mind. Programs M.Ed. in Educational Leadership [Joint M.Ed./M.B.A.] currently under revision Teacher-Leader Program Principal s Certificate Supervisory Certificates: Curriculum & Instruction, Pupil Personnel Services, and Special Education Superintendent s Letter of Eligibility Ed.D. in Educational Leadership [Ed.D. in International Educational Leadership] currently under revision Minimum Requirements for Consideration for Admission For the Master s and certification programs, a minimum 3.00 undergraduate grade point average (UGPA) or 3.5 graduate grade point average (GGPA) For the doctoral program, a minimum 3.00 UGPA or 3.75 GGPA, 75 th percentile on the Miller s Analogy Test or Graduate Record Exam, and passing the doctoral qualifying process. Features Personalized advisement and attention Excellent instruction by full-time faculty Balance of theory and practice Earned reputation for quality Proven placement record Special Activities Lehigh University School Study Council Annual conference on middle-level education Annual conference on special education law Center for Developing Urban Educational Leaders Kuwait Principal s Training Institute On-line courses during the academic year for overseas educational leaders Special summer workshops and seminars Full-Time Faculty George White, program coordinator and professor Margaret Barber, assistant professor Brad Cressman, professor of practice Timothy Lucas, professor of practice George Roesser, professor of practice Jill Sperandio, assistant professor Ron Yoshida, professor Perry Zirkel, university professor of education and law Adjunct Faculty Dr. Arthur Charles, president, International College (Beirut, Lebanon) Dr. Roger Douglas, associate director, Office of International Programs Dr. Michael George, director, Centennial School Dr. Nancy George, program and training specialist, Bucks County Intermediate Unit Dr. Daphne Hobson, executive director, Office of International Programs Dr. Rachel Holler, principal, Norristown School District Dr. Christina Lutz-Doemling, director of curriculum and assessment, Catasauqua Area School District Dr. James Newcomer, retired assistant superintendent, Quakertown School District Dr. Bridget O Connell, assistant superintendent, Palisades School District Dr. Andrew Page-Smith, director, Hong Kong Academy (China) Dr. Jacque Phillips, transition coordinator, Adams 50 School District (Denver, CO) Dr. Carole Smith, assistant executive director, Bucks County Intermediate Unit Dr. Karen Stout, graduate instructor, University of Minnesota Dr. Etti Zilber, general director, American School of Guatemala - 1 -

4 Master s Degree (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership The Master s degree program in Educational Leadership requires a minimum of 30 credit hours allocated across specific areas of concentration: Organizational Leadership, Leadership Functions, Curriculum and Supervision, Research, and Addressing the Needs of Diverse Learners. The program serves as an entry into the broad study of how educational organizations function. While the primary focus of the program is on K-12 educational organizations, a customized program can be designed to address the fields of higher education and non-profit organizations. PROGRAM OF STUDY (minimum of 30 credit hours) Section A Organizational Leadership (6 cr. hrs.) *EdL 400 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice #EdL 405 The Principalship (OR other advisor-approved organizational leadership course) Section B Leadership Functions (9 cr. hrs.) #EdL 476 School Resource Management #EdL 477 Seminar in School-Community Relations #EdL 479 School Law EdL 432 Special Education and Pupil Services Law EdL 470 Special Topics in Educational Leadership (leadership focus) OR, for non-requirements, other advisor-approved leadership functions course Section C Curriculum and Supervision (9 cr. hrs.) #EdL 467 Supervision and Professional Development *EdL 468 Applied Learning Theory for School Leaders EdL 420 Data-Driven Curriculum Design EdL 422 Curriculum Management for the School Executive EdL 450 Curriculum Design in a Global Society OR, for non-requirements, other advisor-approved curriculum and supervision course Section D Research (3 cr. hrs.) *Educ 403 Research Section E Addressing the Needs of Diverse Learners (3 cr. hrs.) *Educ 471 Diversity and Multicultural Perspectives * Required for the M.Ed. # Required for the Pennsylvania K-12 Principal Certification - 2 -

5 Principal Certification This Pennsylvania Department of Education approved program is designed for educators who are interested in assuming a position as a principal. In addition to course work in Organization and Leadership, Management Functions, Curriculum and Supervision, and Addressing the Needs of Diverse Learners, students must complete a year-long principal internship. In order to be certified as a principal in Pennsylvania, students who complete this program must also have a U.S. teaching license and five years of successful school experience at an accredited school; be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident; and pass the PRAXIS test in Education Leadership: Administration and Supervision (#0410). PROGRAM OF STUDY (minimum of 37 credit hours) Section A Organization and Leadership (6 cr. hrs.) *EdL 400 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice #EdL 405 The Principalship Section B Leadership Functions (12 cr. hrs.) #EdL 476 School Resource Management #EdL 477 Seminar in School-Community Relations #EdL 479 School Law EdL 432 Special Education Law EdL 481 Policy and Politics in Public Education EdL 488 Program Evaluation EdL 470 Special Topics in Educational Leadership (leadership focus) OR, for non-requirements, other advisor-approved leadership functions course Section C Curriculum and Supervision (9 cr. hrs.) #EdL 467 Supervision and Professional Development *EdL 468 Applied Learning Theory for School Leadership EdL 420 Data-Driven Curriculum Design EdL 422 Curriculum Management for the School Executive EdL 450 Curriculum Design in a Global Society OR, for non-requirements, other advisor-approved curriculum and supervision course Section D Addressing the Needs of Diverse Learners (6 cr. hrs. minimum) *Educ 471 Diversity & Multicultural Perspectives SpEd 332 Education and Inclusion for Individuals with Special Needs EdL 430 Development & Administration of Special Education Programs EdL 434 Leadership & Management of Special Education Programs Section E Field Experience (4 cr. hrs.) *Educ 493 Internship in Educational Leadership (Fall & Spring only) * Course required for both the Master s in EdL and for Principal Certification # Course required only for Principal Certification - 3 -

6 International Educator Programs Master s Degree (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership with or without Principal Certification In order to be certified as a principal in Pennsylvania, students who complete this program must also have a U.S. teaching license and five years of successful school experience at an accredited school; be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident; and pass the PRAXIS test in Education Leadership: Administration and Supervision (#0410). PROGRAM OF STUDY (minimum of 30 for Masters or, 40 credits for Masters plus principal certification) Section A Organization and Leadership (6 cr. hrs.) *EdL 400 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice EdL 405 The Principalship Section B Leadership Functions (12 cr. hrs.) EdL 477 Seminar in School-Community Relations EdL 470 Special Topics in Education Law (for principal certification only) EdL 476 School Resource Management EdL 488 Program Evaluation OR advisor-approved leadership functions course Section C Curriculum and Supervision (9 cr. hrs.) EdL 468 Applied Learning Theory for School Leaders EdL 467 Supervision & Professional Development EdL 470 Special Topics: Curriculum Changes & Effective Teaching OR advisor-approved curriculum and supervision course Section D Research (3 cr. hrs.) Educ 403 Research (not required for principal certification only Masters) OR advisor-approved research course Section E Addressing the Needs of Diverse Learners (6 cr. hrs.) Educ 471 Diversity and Multicultural Perspectives SpEd 332 Education and Inclusion for Individuals with Special Needs (for principal certification only) OR advisor-approved diverse learners course Section F Field Experience & For Principal Certification Only (4 cr. hrs.) Educ 493 Fall Internship & Seminar in Ed Leadership Educ 493 Spring Internship & Seminar in Leadership * Required to be done through Lehigh cannot be transferred - 4 -

7 Teacher Leadership Certificate (Non-Degree) Program The Teacher Leadership Certificated Program is a 15-credit, non-degree program designed in cooperation with the Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit. Students in the program are nominated by their districts (in either the Carbon Lehigh or Colonial IU to participate in a Teacher Leaders Cohort over a two-year period. The 15 credit hours earned in this program can be applied to the Master s Degree program once a student matriculates and is accepted into the degree program. This program is designed for classroom teachers who would like to develop their leadership skills and contribute to their schools and communities without leaving the classroom. The focus of the program is a school-based, two-year action research project designed to have a direct impact on students, teachers, and community. The Teacher Leader program applies a systems approach to creating change as it develops leadership skills. Participants must follow this sequence and take all courses as a cohort. Summer 1 (6 cr. hrs.) PROGRAM OF STUDY (15 credit hours) EdL 400 EdL 420 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice Data-Driven Curriculum Design Year 1 Fall (2 cr. hrs.) EdL 461 Facilitating Organizational Inquiry Year 1 Spring (2 cr. hrs.) EdL 462 Transforming the Learner Summer 2 No Courses Year 2 Fall (3 cr. hrs.) EdL 463 Designing Systems of Action Year 2 Spring (2 cr. hrs.) EdL 464 Sustaining Learning Communities - 5 -

8 Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction Certification All candidates must have an earned Master s degree in an educationally related area (e.g., Elementary/Secondary Education, Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, or Teaching, Learning & Technology). In addition, the candidate must have a minimum of four years of elementary and or secondary school teaching experience. Students will be admitted as a cohort group. Each cohort will begin course work during the summer. Prior to receiving endorsement from the College of Education for certification the student must submit passing scores on the PRAXIS Supervision and Administration examination (#0410) and shall have demonstrated a minimum of five years of certificated teaching experience. SEQUENCE (minimum of 19 credit hours) Summer 1 (6 cr. hrs.) EdL 400 EdL 422 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice Curriculum Management for the School Executive Fall (5 cr. hrs.) EdL 468 EdL 428 Applied Learning Theory for School Leadership AND Practicum in Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction I Spring (5 cr. hrs.) EdL 467 EdL 429 Supervision and Professional Development AND Practicum in Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction II Summer 2 (3 cr. hrs.) EdL 420 Data-Driven Curriculum Design - 6 -

9 Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction Program of Studies (continued) EXIT REQUIREMENTS: At the completion of the program students are required to submit a portfolio demonstrating evidence of competency in each of the PA State Standards for Supervisors of Curriculum and Instruction and demonstrate evidence of proficiency in the following core Supervisory competencies. The supervisory candidate: a) Understands the central concepts of organizational leadership, tools of research and inquiry, and principles of teaching and learning that make supervision effective and efficient. b) Understands how children learn and develop and configures resources to support the intellectual, social and personal growth of students. c) Know and understands effective instructional strategies and encourages and facilitates employment of them by teachers. d) Uses an understanding of individual and group motivation to create a professional development environment that engages teachers to develop and apply effective instructional techniques for all students. e) Is an effective communicator with various school communities. f) Organizes resources and manages programs effectively. g) Understands and uses formative and summative assessment strategies to gauge effectiveness of people and programs on student learning. h) Understands the process of curriculum development, implementation and evaluation and uses this understanding to develop high quality curricula for student learning in collaboration with teachers, administrators, parents and community members. i) Possesses knowledge and skills in observation of instruction and conducting conferences with professional staff that are intended to improve their performance and enhance the quality of learning experiences for students. j) Thinks systematically about practice, learns from experience, seeks the advice of others, draws upon educational research and scholarship and actively seeks out opportunities to grow professionally. k) Contributes to school effectiveness by collaborating with other professionals and parents, by using community resources, and by working as an advocate to improve opportunities for student learning

10 Supervisor of Pupil Services Certification All candidates must meet the College of Education Admission criteria for the Master's degree. In addition, the candidate must possess a Masters degree in one of the following areas: Counseling, School Health, Social Work, Human Development or posses an Educational Specialists degree or equivalent in School Psychology. Candidates not possessing an earned degree in one of the specialty areas must be enrolled in either the School Psychology or Counseling Psychology programs at Lehigh. Students will be admitted as a cohort group. Each cohort will begin course work during the summer. Prior to receiving endorsement from the College of Education for certification the student must submit passing scores on the PRAXIS Supervision and Administration examination (#0410) and have demonstrated a minimum of five years of certificated teaching experience as a school counselor, school psychologist, school nurse, or school social worker. SEQUENCE (19 credit hours minimum) Summer 1 (6 cr. hrs. Summer) EdL 400 EdL 440 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice Development and Administration of Pupil Services Programs Fall (5 cr. hrs.) EdL 432 EdL 438 Special Education and Pupil Services Law AND Practicum in Supervision of Special Education and Pupil Services Program I Spring (5 cr. hrs.) EdL 467 EdL 439 Supervision and Professional Development AND Practicum in Supervision of Special Education and Pupil Services Program II Summer 2 (3 cr. hrs.) EdL 442 Leadership and Management of Pupil Services Programs - 8 -

11 Supervisor of Pupil Services Program of Studies (continued) EXIT REQUIREMENTS: At the completion of the program students are required to submit a portfolio demonstrating evidence of competency in each of the PA State Standards for Supervisors of Pupil Services and demonstrate evidence of proficiency in the following core Supervisory competencies. The supervisory candidate: a) Understands the central concepts of organizational leadership, tools of research and inquiry, and principles of teaching and learning that make supervision effective and efficient. b) Understands how children learn and develop and configures resources to support the intellectual, social and personal growth of students. c) Know and understands effective instructional strategies and encourages and facilitates employment of them by teachers. d) Uses an understanding of individual and group motivation to create a professional development environment that engages teachers to develop and apply effective instructional techniques for all students. e) Is an effective communicator with various school communities. f) Organizes resources and manages programs effectively. g) Understands and uses formative and summative assessment strategies to gauge effectiveness of people and programs on student learning. h) Understands the process of curriculum development, implementation and evaluation and uses this understanding to develop high quality curricula for student learning in collaboration with teachers, administrators, parents and community members. i) Possesses knowledge and skills in observation of instruction and conducting conferences with professional staff that are intended to improve their performance and enhance the quality of learning experiences for students. j) Thinks systematically about practice, learns from experience, seeks the advice of others, draws upon educational research and scholarship and actively seeks out opportunities to grow professionally. Notes: Individuals who earned the Master s degree in counseling school psychology, school nursing or school social work more than five years prior to entering the supervisory program are encouraged to update their knowledge of current issues and research in those fields through the addition of elective courses

12 Supervisor of Special Education Certification All candidates must meet the College of Education Admission criteria for the Masters degree. In addition, the candidate must possess a Masters degree in Special Education and have at least three years of special education teaching experience at the time of entry into the program. Candidates not possessing a Masters degree in Special Education must be enrolled in the Special Education program at Lehigh University. Students will be admitted as a cohort group to the Educational Leadership program. Each cohort will begin course work during the summer. Prior to receiving endorsement from the College of Education for certification the student must submit passing scores on the PRAXIS Supervision and Administration examination (#0410) and have demonstrated a minimum of five years of certificated experience as a special education teacher. SEQUENCE (19 credit hours minimum) Summer 1 (6 cr. hrs.) EdL 400 EdL 430 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice Development and Administration of Special Education Programs Fall (5 cr. hrs.) EdL 432 EdL 438 Special Education and Pupil Services Law AND Practicum in Supervision of Special Education and Pupil Services Program I Spring (5 cr. hrs.) EdL 467 EdL 439 Supervision and Professional Development AND Practicum in Supervision of Special Education and Pupil Services Program II Summer 2 (3 cr. hrs.) EdL 434 Leadership and Management of Special Education Programs

13 Supervisor of Special Education Program of Studies (continued) EXIT REQUIREMENTS: At the completion of the program students are required to submit a portfolio demonstrating evidence of competency in each of the PA State Standards for Supervisors of Special Education and demonstrate evidence of proficiency in the following core Supervisory competencies. The supervisory candidate: a) Understands the central concepts of organizational leadership, tools of research and inquiry, and principles of teaching and learning that make supervision effective and efficient. b) Understands how children learn and develop and configures resources to support the intellectual, social and personal growth of students. c) Know and understands effective instructional strategies and encourages and facilitates employment of them by teachers. d) Uses an understanding of individual and group motivation to create a professional development environment that engages teachers to develop and apply effective instructional techniques for all students. e) Is an effective communicator with various school communities. f) Organizes resources and manages programs effectively. g) Understands and uses formative and summative assessment strategies to gauge effectiveness of people and programs on student learning. h) Understands the process of curriculum development, implementation and evaluation and uses this understanding to develop high quality curricula for student learning in collaboration with teachers, administrators, parents and community members. i) Possesses knowledge and skills in observation of instruction and conducting conferences with professional staff that are intended to improve their performance and enhance the quality of learning experiences for students. j) Thinks systematically about practice, learns from experience, seeks the advice of others, draws upon educational research and scholarship and actively seeks out opportunities to grow professionally. k) Contributes to school effectiveness by collaborating with other professionals and parents, by using community resources, and by working as an advocate to improve opportunities for student learning. Notes: Individuals who earned the Master s degree in special education more than five years prior to entering the supervisory program are encouraged to update their knowledge of current issues and research in special education through the addition of elective courses in special education

14 Superintendent of Schools Certification: Pennsylvania Letter of Eligibility The requirements for the Superintendent Letter of Eligibility program include an earned Masters along with completion of the specific requirements outlined below. In addition to these requirements, the Pennsylvania Department of Education requires that a candidate has completed a minimum of three years of successful supervisory/administrative experience (an individual may be granted an Assistant Superintendent Letter of Eligibility without the supervisory/administrative experience) and be a United States citizen in order to receive a Superintendent Letter of Eligibility. # required for Pennsylvania Superintendent Letter of Eligibility SEQUENCE (19 credit hours minimum) Section A Organizational Behavior (9 cr. hrs. minimum) #EdL 400 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice #EdL 405 The Principalship #EdL 485 The Superintendency Section B Leadership Functions (21 cr. hrs. minimum) EdL 432 Special Education Law EdL 470 Special Topics in Educational Leadership (leadership focus) #EdL 476 School Resource Management #EdL 477 Seminar in School-Community Relations #EdL 479 School Law #EdL 481 Policy and Politics in Public Education OR other advisor-approved Leadership Function courses Section C Curriculum and Supervision (12 cr. hrs. minimum) EdL 420 Data-Driven Curriculum Design EdL 422 Curriculum Management for the School Executive EdL 450 Curriculum Design in a Global Society #EdL 467 Supervision and Professional Development #EdL 468 Applied Learning Theory for School Leaders EdL 470 Special Topics in Educational Leadership (leadership focus) OR other advisor-approved Curriculum and Supervision courses Section D Needs of Diverse Learners (6 cr. hrs. minimum) #Educ 471 Diversity and Multicultural Perspectives SpEd 332 Education of Individuals with Special Needs EdL 430 Development & Administration of Special Ed Programs EdL 440 Leading & Management of Special Education Programs Section E Research and Measurement (6 cr. hrs. minimum) #Educ 403 Research (or advisor approved alternative) #EdL 488 Program Evaluation Section F Practical Field Experience (3 cr. hrs. minimum) #Educ 493 Internship and Seminar in School Leadership

15 Doctoral Degree (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership This program is designed to develop the leadership abilities of administrators in educational institutions and agencies that support significant educational programs. Through a combination of regular coursework and special seminars, the program stresses the integration of the theoretical and applied aspects of educational leadership. This planning sheet provides direction for the sequencing of courses but allows flexibility to meet the unique needs of students with different backgrounds and career goals. The program requires a minimum of 60 credit hours (post Master s) earned at Lehigh and the completion and defense of a dissertation in a maximum of seven years for the various applicable requirements, see the EdL matriculation procedures on the program web site (www.lehigh.edu/education/edl) for the specific requirements. COURSE WORK (60 credit hours minimum) AREA I ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP Section A Organization and Leadership (9 cr. hrs.) *EdL 400 Introduction to Organizational Leadership: Theory and Practice *EdL 405 The Principalship (or advisor-approved organizational leadership course) *EdL 485 The Superintendency (or advisor-approved organizational leadership course) Section B Leadership Functions (21 cr. hrs.) *EdL 476 School Resource Management *EdL 477 Seminar in School-Community Relations *EdL 479 School Law EdL 432 Special Education and Pupil Services Law EdL 481 Policy and Politics in Public Education EdL 488 Program Evaluation Educ 495 Independent Study (leadership-functions focus) EdL 470 Special Topics in Educational Leadership (management focus) OR other advisor-approved leadership functions course Section C Curriculum and Supervision (12 cr. hrs.) *EdL 467 Supervision and Professional Development *EdL 468 Applied Learning Theory for School Leaders EdL 420 Data-Driven Curriculum Design EdL 422 Curriculum Management for the School Executive EdL 470 Special Topics in Educational Leadership (curriculum focus) EdL 450 Curriculum Design in a Global Society OR other advisor-approved curriculum and supervision course Section D Addressing the Needs of Diverse Learners (6 cr. hrs. minimum) *Educ 471 Diversity and Multicultural Perspectives SpEd 332 Education and Inclusion for Individuals with Special Needs EdL 430 Development & Administration of Special Education Programs EdL 440 Leading & Management of Special Education Programs Section E Research and Measurement (6 cr. hrs.) Educ 408 Introduction to Statistics AND Educ 409 Analysis of Experimental Data OR Educ 405 Qualitative Research (or approved alternative) * Courses required for the Pennsylvania Superintendent Letter of Eligibility

16 Doctoral Degree (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership Program of Studies (continued) AREA II RESIDENT STUDIES (12 credit hours) EdL 470 Introduction to Doctoral Research I EdL 470 Introduction to Doctoral Research II EdL 489 Doctoral Seminar in School Administration Educ 496 Doctoral Research Seminar AREA III SPECIALIZATION ELECTIVES May be selected from courses offered in the College of Education, as well as other related disciplines. (Approval of advisor required.) AREA IV DISSERTATION AND CONCENTRATED LEARNING EXPERIENCE Dissertation: Candidates for the Ed. D. are required to present a dissertation prepared under the direction of a professor. Concentrated Learning Requirement: This requirement is intended to ensure that doctoral students spend a period of concentrated study and intellectual association with other scholars. Two semesters of full-time Lehigh Graduate study or 18 credit hours of study, either on or off campus, must be completed within a 15-month period

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