This course examines the fundamental dimensions of diversity globalization, and the internationalization of schools.

Introduces students to inquiry- and constructivist-based approaches to teaching science and healthful living in grades K–6. Topics include: national and state standards for content, teaching, curriculum and assessment; scientific attitudes and processes; attributes of healthful living; integration with other curriculum areas; and the use of technology


Study of school financial management and budgeting basics.

This course will provide an overview of public school law, including the laws that apply to personnel, special education programming and students.  Case briefs will help students gain an understanding of how to interpret law in specific situations, including school discipline and personnel decisions.

 


This course examines applications of modern technology for the purpose of strategic planning, curriculum design and delivery and assessment and accountability.