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Week Eight- STAR Documents by Laurelynn Morrison-Young EDL 550 50631 Electronic Tools for Educational Leaders Nova Southeastern University August 17, 2014
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NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Principal Leadership Standards ( STAR ) Name: Laurelynn Morrison-Young NSU ID#: N00661341 Date: August 17, 2014 Course #: EDL 550 CRN: 50631 Instructor: Dr. Kadlecek Standard#: 3 Standard: Domain 2 – Instructional Leadership - Standard 3 – Instructional Plan Implementation Prompt#: 3d Descriptor: Implements the district’s adopted curricula and state’s adopted academic standards in a manner that is rigorous and culturally relevant to the students and school. Setting: Elementary X Middle grades X Secondary___ Post Secondary ___ Situation or Task (include why this particular prompt is important to you or the school): The task involved developing a school that has relevant and adopted curricula and technology to support it. The task was important because in order to meet the district’s adopted curricula and state standards, schools need equipment and technology resources that are appropriate and current. Actions: What did you do- be specific and be sure to align the actions to the wording of the prompt: I conducted research on the history of technology, specifically computers. In order to best infuse technology into any program, one must have a full understanding of where it came from and what is no longer relevant. Researching the history of computers allowed
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