The College of Education offers an education specialist degree in Executive Educational Leadership, designed to develop effective leaders in educational settings. The interdisciplinary course work provides students with the basis for a thorough understanding of leadership, management, and reform within educational systems. Students will have collaborative opportunities to effectively influence current education reform and student learning. The sequence of instruction uses a closed cohort model, in which all students begin the program with ED-CIFS 676 in the fall and proceed together to complete the sequence of courses. Only one course is offered each semester.
The conceptual framework for the College of Education at Boise State University is grounded in the theory and practice of the reflective practitioner. Reflective practitioners think critically about pedagogy, subject matter, and the needs and backgrounds of all students and clients. Accordingly, they choose appropriate content and adapt their approaches as needed, while maintaining high standards. Successful professionals are committed students of the disciplines in which they work. They remain current with professional ideas and use these to guide decision making. They are constantly assessing their instructional and clinical effectiveness.
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