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California State University Fresno (California State University System). CPED Progress on the Doctorate of Educational Leadership Beverly Young, Joan Bissell, Sharon Brown-Welty and Jothany Blackwood. Signature Pedagogy. Evaluation of Signature Pedagogy Using Inquiry Questions.

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California State University Fresno(California State University System)

CPED Progress on the Doctorate of Educational Leadership

Beverly Young, Joan Bissell, Sharon Brown-Welty and Jothany Blackwood


Signature Pedagogy


Evaluation of Signature Pedagogy Using Inquiry Questions

  • What is the group’s consensus of the definition of Signature Pedagogy?

  • What are the benefits of having a Signature Pedagogy?

  • What are the challenges related to having a Signature Pedagogy within a program?

    4. What, if any, Signature Pedagogies currently exist within our program?


Statement of DPELFS Signature Pedagogy: DPELFS’ Signature Pedagogy is curriculum-based embedded fieldwork that provides engagement with and service to the local community.


Signature Pedagogy Operationalized in the DPELFS Program is:

Embedded Fieldwork (Laboratories of Practice) that benefits community colleges or schools or districts


Core Curriculum with “Embedded Fieldwork” (5 of 9 courses to date)

  • Educational Reform

  • Curriculum Perspectives for Education Leaders

  • Applied Qualitative Methods

  • Educational Policy Environments

    5. Planning, Assessment, and Evaluation


Embedded Fieldwork

Project Examples:

* Online education program review/evaluation at school district

* Review/evaluation of Leadership Institute at Community College

System Office

* Review of advanced placement passing rates at school district

* Benchmark tests/California Standards Test/California Standards

alignment and correlation study conducted through the County Office of

Education

* Identification of problematic policy at school district or community college,

framing of the issues, and designing policy recommendations.

* Conducting simple study for a school district or community college using

qualitative methods


Candidate Assessment


Evaluation of Candidate AssessmentUsing Inquiry Questions

  • What types of candidate assessments are appropriate to measure leadership practices and research?

    2. When should each of these assessments take place?


Revised Qualifying Examination

From a Literature Review around a problem of practice to –

A case-study approach with questions posed from Core Courses requiring students to demonstrate high-level and critical thinking skills to respond. Scoring rubric for each response is designed by the instructor submitting the question


More to Come….


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