EDL 8730 COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE IN EDUCATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES (1 credit)
This course focuses upon the interpersonal and professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions of human resources issues and functions for effective leadership in education.
Prerequisite(s): Admission to Graduate College.
Designed for those teaching in secondary schools across a variety of curricular areas, the secondary education program offers an integrated approach to developing the skills and dispositions needed for today's educational environments. Graduate students choose a program of study that explores content and pedagogy and that also supports their professional goals and standards of practice.
Extend 21st century teaching skills and technology applications. Enhance the ability to design engaging, authentic instruction for today’s students. Emphasize diversity and culturally responsive teaching. Expand professional connections with educators from midwestern and metro school districts with diverse perspectives. Encourage engagement with the community. Enable graduate students to make course selections that best fit their individual learning needs in a flexible program.