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Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership: Summer Institute

One of the most unique aspects of Mount Union’s Master of Arts in Educational Leadership Program is the Summer Institute, which allows students within each cohort to join on campus for a week-long, intensive session featuring renowned speakers in the field of education.  Not only will students in the program have the opportunity to attend workshops led by these experts, but there will also be opportunities for one-on-one interaction with these individuals.  In addition, a number of current topics in the field will be discussed, including bullying, disciplinary issues, school law, special education, school safety, action research and lesson study.

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership
Summer Institute
Credit Hour Matrix

ED 530 Course Objectives (even year summers, beginning June 2012):

  • 2.2 Recognize and value that diversity in all forms is an asset in teaching and learning.
  • 3.1 Facilitate effective communication among all parties and stakeholders of the learning community.
  • 5.2 Design continuous professional development that requires material and human resources to support learning and teaching.
  • 6.2 Demonstrate an ethic of care and empathy that promotes academic success, social and emotional health and moral connectedness within the school and society.

ED 631 Course Objectives (odd year summers, beginning June 2013):

  • 2.2 Recognize and value that diversity in all forms is an asset in teaching and learning.
  • 3.2 Identify and develop ways to manage resources and lead people to change the status quo in schools.
  • 6.2 Demonstrate an ethic of care and empathy that promotes academic success, social and emotional health and moral connectedness within the school and society.