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ADMN 5083-P01 - William Allan Kritsonis, PhD

ADMN 5083-P01 - William Allan Kritsonis, PhD

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PVAMU
Course Title:
Special Topics in Educational Administration
 Course Prefix:
ADMN
Course No.:
5083
Section No.:
P01
Department of Educational Leadership& CounselingCollege of Whitlowe R. Green College ofEducationInstructor Name:
 Dr. William Allan Kritsonis
Office Location:
 Delco Building - Suite # 233
Office Phone:
936-261-3652 832-483-7889 (Cell)
Fax:
 936-261-3617
Email Address:
wakritsonis@pvamu.edu or williamkritsonis@yahoo.com
U.S. Postal Service Address:
 Prairie View A&M UniversityP.O. Box 519Mail Stop
 
2420Prairie View, TX 77446
 Office Hours:
 ( NW Houston Center) 12:00 PM
 –
5:30 PM & 8:20 PM
 –
9:20 PM (T);(PVAMU) 10:30 AM
 –
2:00 PM (W); (PVAMU) 10:00
 –
2:00 PM & 4:50
 –
5:50 PM (S)Contact Dr. Kritsonis for Specific Appointment Times
Virtual Office Hours:
 
CourseConfiguration:Course Location:
 Face to FacePVAMU, Delco, Room # 242
Class Meeting Days & Times:
 Saturday, 2:00 PM
 –
4:50 PM
Catalog Description:
 This course is designed to prepare graduate students who are aspiring to become schooladministrators to pass the required state exam for certification. During this course, thesefuture administrators will thoroughly examine the TExES domains and competencies forthe purpose of understanding the job of an administrator, the test format, and pertinentstudy techniques and resources. The learning experiences in this course will derive fromunderstanding how to properly prepare for taking the TExES exam, and takingrepresentative tests that cover each of the respective domains and competencies.Students should find these experiences very insightful mechanisms for the development ofmore effective learning and application of knowledge
.
 
Prerequisites:
Completing 12 hours of these courses: ADMN 5003, 5023, 5033, 5043, and 5073
Co-requisites:
 
Required Text:
 
Wilmore, E. (2003).
Passing the Principal TExES exam: Keys to certification and school leadership.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. ISBN-13: 9780761939863
Required Reading:
Collins, J., & Hansen, M.T. ((2011).
Great by choice 
. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers.ISBN: 978-0-06-212099-1. ( I Read Book)
Supplemental Text/Readings
:SBEC Documents
 –
House Bill 2504:Please Note:
House Bill 2504 does allow students
 
the choice not to purchase the class textbook(s). Students havethe choice of using alternative methods to access textbook information (internet websites, books on reserved at thelibrary, etc). Students
are
required and held accountability to complete all assignments as noted in the syllabus.
 
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Access to Learning Resources:
PVAMU Library:phone: (936) 261-1500;web: http://www.tamu.edu/pvamu/library/   University Bookstore:phone: (936) 261-1990;web: https://www.bkstr.com/Home/10001-10734-1?demoKey=d
Course Goal or Overview:
This course is designed to prepare graduate students who are aspiring to become school administrators to pass therequired state exam for certification. During this course, these future administrators will thoroughly examine theTExES domains and competencies for the purpose of understanding the job of an administrator, the test format,and pertinent study techniques and resources. The learning experiences in this course will derive fromunderstanding how to properly prepare for taking the TExES exam, and taking representative tests that cover eachof the respective domains and competencies. Students should find these experiences very insightful mechanismsfor the development of more effective learning and application of knowledge
.
 
Course Outcomes/Objectives:
The objectives of this course are to:1. Provide students with the knowledge that is needed to pass the TExES exam.2. Provide students with knowledge of the roles, functions, and responsibilities of an educationaladministrator (including techniques, methods and applications).3. Provide students with an awareness of the principles and techniques of decision making, schoolfunding, procedures involved in facility organization and planning, and issues related to facilitymanagement.4. Provide students with the knowledge of alternatives to public school education and specialagencies that influence public education.5. Provide students with an understanding of the practical dimensions of education and theoperational challenges associated with the delivery of educational programs and services.6. Familiarize students with current issues and challenges that face public schools and public schooladministrators.Alignment with AcademicProgramAlignment with Core Curriculum
 
1 Artifact {1}Competency 3ELCC, NCATE, TExESELCC 3.1,3.2,3.3,4.2,1.5Artifact {2}Competency 4,5, & 6ELCC, NCATE, TExESELCC 3.1,3.2,3.3,4.2,1.52 Artifact {1}Competency 7,8, & 9ELCC, NCATE, TExESELCC 3.1,3.2,3.3,4.2,6.2Artifact {3}Competency 4,5, & 6ELCC, NCATE, TExESELCC 3.1,3.2,3.3,4.2,6.23 Artifact {2}Competency7, 8,& 9ELCC, NCATE, TExESELCC 3.1,3.2,3.3,4.2,6.3Artifact {3}Competency 7,8,& 9ELCC, NCATE, TExESELCC 3.1,3.2,3.3,4.2,6.3
 
3Course Objectives/Accrediting Body (NCATE) ELCC, TExES Standards, (SBEC). Standards Met(standards will depend on the course) NCATE, Met: ELCC: Standard 1.5,3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 4.2, 4.3, 6.1, 6.2,6.3; TExES,Domain I School Community LeadershipDomain II Instructional LeadershipDomain III Administrative Leadership
Provide students with the knowledge that is needed to pass the TExES exam.
Provide students with knowledge of the roles, functions, and responsibilities of an educationaladministrator (including techniques, methods and applications).
Provide students with an awareness of the principles and techniques of decision making, school funding,procedures involved in facility organization and planning, and issues related to facility management.
Provide students with the knowledge of alternatives to public school education and special agencies thatinfluence public education.
Provide students with an understanding of the practical dimensions of education and the operationalchallenges associated with the delivery of educational programs and services.
Familiarize students with current issues and challenges that face public schools and public schooladministrators.Domain I - School Community LeadershipDomain II - Instructional LeadershipDomain III - Administrative Leadership
Competency 001
: The principalknows how to shape campusculture.
Competency 002
: The principalknows how to mobilize resourcesto promote student success.
Competency 003
: The principalknows how to act with integrity,fairness, and in an ethical andlegal manner.
Competency 004
: The principalknows how to facilitate the designand implementation of curriculaand strategic plans that enhanceteaching and learning; ensurealignment of curriculum,instruction, resources, andassessment; and promote theuse of varied assessments tomeasure student performance.
Competency 005
: The principalknows how to advocate, nurture,and sustain an instructionalprogram and a campus culturethat are conducive to studentlearning and staff professionalgrowth.
Standard 1
: Learner-CenteredValues and Ethics
Standard 2
: Learner-CenteredLeadership and Campus Culture
Standard 3:
Learner-CenteredHuman Resource Leadership andManagement
Standard 4
: Learner-CenteredCommunication and CommunityRelations
Competency 006
: The principalknows how to implement a staffevaluation and development systemto improve the performance of allstaff members, select andimplement appropriate models forsupervision and staff development,and apply the legal requirements forpersonnel management.
Competency 007
: The principalknows how to apply organizational,decision-making, and problem-solving skills to ensure an effectivelearning environment.
Competency 008
: The principalknows how to apply principles ofeffective leadership andmanagement in relation to campusbudgeting, personnel, resourceutilization, financial management,and technology use.
Competency 009
: The principalknows how to apply principles ofleadership and management to thecampus physical plant and supportsystems to ensure a safe andeffective learning environment.
Standard 5
:Learner-Centered OrganizationalLeadership and Management
Standard 6
:Learner-Centered CurriculumPlanning and Development
Standard 7
:Learner-Centered InstructionalLeadership Management

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