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1 Content Related to Cultural Diversity in Programs Issues linked to courses: Generated by EDA Faculty (From focus group conversations beginning in 2003; revisited in 2008) Department of Educational Leadership University of Dayton Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership EDA 505 Educational Leadership Leadership is not male/female, leaders exhibit personality differences Inventory (Meyers Briggs) self assessment Teach students to “read” differences among their peers Teaching appreciation of communication differences Self reflective journals to improve self-awareness and self identity Simulations- incorporate different dispositions/behaviors in interpersonal situations; critiqued by peers/professor Diversity goes beyond skin color Emphasize needs and values are different Simulations such as situations where there are Muslims who need to pray during the school day- What would you do as a school leader EDA 507 Internship I On-line students (507) select from a list of experiences and must select 1 experience that is focused on diversity EDA 509 Supervision & Professional Development In-box follow supervisor re: activities classroom managements, e.g. many (at least 4) are focused on issues of diversity Supervision- one size doesn’t fit all o Take demographics/profiles of staff into account o Use simulations/cases Research on adult learning (EDA 505) staff development take demographic profile into account Nine questions in text- students write on 2 (many related to diversity) Emphasis on individual differences; treating people as individuals Accommodating the best approach for individuals- that is good leadership EDA 510 Instructional Leadership Differences in learning styles and implications for teachers and principals in helping students Textbook: learning styles associated with ethnic cultures and gender Brain research and multiple intelligences
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  • Fall '12
  • Engelhardt,Elizabeth

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