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DOCTOR OF
EDUCATION

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand scholarly theory and research on effective educational leadership, as it relates to one's chosen population of practice.
  • Understand one's own leadership philosophy and style and describe their assets and limitations with one's chosen population of practice.
  • Be able to articulate, verbally and in writing, an advanced understanding of seminal theories of human learning and development, as they relate to one's chosen population of practice, over the career lifespan.
  • Be able to articulate, verbally and in writing, an advanced understanding of various theories and models of assessing student learning and teacher effectiveness.
  • Be able to develop an evaluation strategy for use with one's chosen population of practice.
  • Be able to articulate, verbally and in writing, an advanced understanding of a variety of factors that influence the creation and funding of school and district budgets.
  • Be able to articulate one's philosophy of effective human resources leadership and school finance in educational settings.
  • Be able to articulate, verbally and in writing, an advanced understanding of scholarly research on educational technology designed to increase student learning and motivation.
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