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2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin 
2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

LSA 6190 - Developing and Managing District Resources (3)

When Offered: On Demand
This course provides an opportunity for students to reflect critically on resource development and management. Emphasis is given to problems of practice, while considering the roles school personnel play within the operation of a school district. Students will learn about the human and managerial complexities related to the development and management of resources necessary for promoting effective educational organizations. The course will develop district office administrators, who are able to acquire the knowledge and develop the capacity to create high performing human relations (HR) teams, as well as to understand the HR function and its roles in organizational and individual development. Candidates will learn to apply theory to authentic problems and practices in school districts through research–‐based solutions. The course will employ a variety of pedagogical strategies including lectures, guest lectures from practicing administrators, individual and group assignments, various forms of Educational technology, case studies, simulations, authentic assessment, and class discussions.