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Welcome to Clayton Cox’s Specialist in Educational Leadership Portfolio. 2007. Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because they want to do it. Dwight Eisenhower. Portfolio Outline. Clayton Cox “The Scholar” Courses Clayton Cox “The Teacher”

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welcome to clayton cox s specialist in educational leadership portfolio

Welcome to Clayton Cox’sSpecialist in Educational Leadership Portfolio

2007

Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because they want to do it.

Dwight Eisenhower

portfolio outline
Portfolio Outline
  • Clayton Cox “The Scholar” Courses
  • Clayton Cox “The Teacher”
  • Clayton Cox “The Web Designer”
  • Clayton Cox “The Family Man”
  • Clayton Cox “The Construction Engineer”
  • Favorite Web Sites
  • Contact Info
  • Academic Accomplishments And Awards

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clayton cox the teacher
Clayton Cox “The Teacher”
  • The Technology Education program at Ste. Genevieve High School is a unique learning opportunity. Technology Education classes are quite relevant to a wide variety of career opportunities and academic disciplines. Some college prep students take these classes as electives, while some of our soon to be tech prep students take them as a career track. One group that seems to benefit most are the students that are seeking both education as well as interest.

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claytons web page info
Claytons Web Page info

Home (Click on it to go to my home page)

The following links are what you will find!!!!!!!!!!!

Links

SafetyAmusement

Web Design

Extra Credit

Web Quest

Misc. Pictures

TSA

SKILLS USA

Website

School Website

Technology Education Program

Problem Solving Activities

Contact Info.

Bridge Projects/ Competitions

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clayton s links
Clayton’s Links
  • http://www.stegen.k12.mo.us/
  • www.howstuffworks.com
  • http://www.diynetwork.com/
  • http://www.goodson.com
  • http://www.j-tecassociates.com
  • http://www.amazing1.com
  • http://www.worldchampionshippunkinchunkin.com
  • http://www.rqriley.com/plans.html
  • http://www.autosite.com/garage/encyclop/todoc.asp
  • http://www.gunson.co.uk
  • http://www.interro.com/techtips.htm

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c c construction
C&C Construction
  • Clayton Cox Owner and Operator
  • See Business Card
  • Leadership Quote

“Delegating work works, provided the one delegating works, too” Robert Half

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mi familia
Mi Familia

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claytons contact info
Claytons Contact Info
  • Instructor
  • C.L.Cox
  • Ste.Gen. High School
  • 715 Washington Street
  • Phone: (573)883-4500
  • Home: (573) 756-7010

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academic accomplishments and awards
Academic Accomplishments and Awards
  • 100 year Teacher Certificate
  • Vocational Certification
  • Enhancement Grant
  • Articulation Agreement With Mac
  • Team Member
  • Skills 100 Percent Chapter Recognition
  • The National Deans List
  • Academic Distinction
  • UMR Manufacturing Engineering Certificate
  • Project Learning Tree Certificate
  • Tech Prep Certification
  • Briggs and Stratton Certification
  • Asbestos Abatement Certification
  • Concrete Certification
  • Power Tools and Equipment Certification
  • Elevation Control Certification
  • Utility Line Certification
  • Leadership in the Construction Trade Certification

To the Left are only a few of the Academic Accomplishments and Awards that I have achieved in the past few years. These were scanned using HP Direction.

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courses
Courses
  • EA-716 Instruct. Leadership Strat. I
  • EA-718 Instruct. Leadership Strat. II
  • EA-737 Administration of Curriculum
  • EA-755 School District Law
  • EA-756 School Finance
  • EA-785 School Plant Plan.& Operation
  • EA-781 Variable Topic Courses

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ea 716 instruct leadership strat i
EA-716 Instruct. Leadership Strat. I
  • Course Description
  • Books Used
  • Course Objectives
  • Instructor Information
  • Class Organization
  • Career and Life Aspirations
  • Leadership Portrait
  • PLC Definition
  • Vita: (Resume) (Academic Accomplishments)
  • Reflective Journal Drop Box:  (Reflections of Readings)
  • Forum(class discussion)
  • Journal Article Critiques: (reading and reflection of journal)
  • Philosophy of Education:  (personal philosophy)
  • Teacher Leader through Poetry (poem selection which symbolizes my philosophy as a teacher leader) 
  • Portfolio AND Presentation
  • Course Grade

The links to the left are all evidence of personal, social, and professional growth as a teacher leader.

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course description
Course Description
  • This course was designed to acquaint educators with theories and current research that support innovative practices and effective teaching strategies in K-12 school settings.  The emphasis of the course will be the study of design, implementation, and evaluation of curricular, instructional, and assessment decisions as they impact the teaching and learning environment of schools with diverse ethnic, socio-economic, and special needs populations.  The implications of current school improvement efforts, issues, and trends in K-12 education will be explored.  The role of teachers as instructional leaders will be emphasized as this role leads to improving classroom performance and student achievement.

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books used
Books Used
  • Lieberman, A. & Miller, L. (2004). Teacher leadership. San Francisco, CA:Jossey-Bass
  • Crowther, F., Kaagan, S. S., Ferguson, M., & Hann, L. (2002). Developing teacher leaders: How teacher leadership enhances school success. Thousand Oaks, CA:Corwin Press.

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course objectives
Course Objectives
  • Enhance teacher leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills necessary for the K-12 classroom educator.
  • Expose students to national and state legislative policies and mandates regarding school improvement efforts.
  • Broaden students’ knowledge of current educational theories and models of school improvement.
  • Examine the dynamics of the change process and systems thinking.
  • Explore the implications of a diverse student population.

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instructor information
Instructor Information

Lisa Ann McClard Bertrand     

  • Office:    Scully 425G
  • Office Hours: Tuesdays 10 am-2pm
  • Telephone:     651-5080
  • E-mail :lbertrand@semo.edu

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class organization
Class Organization
  • This class was offered as a blended course including face-to-face meetings as well as online assignments using the Online Instructor Suite.  You may access this class via the following web address:

http://cstlcoe.semo.edu/bertrand/ea716-spring07

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reflective journal drop box reflections of readings
Reflective Journal Drop Box:  (Reflections of Readings)
  • Week 2Jan. 23-29
  • Week 3 Jan. 30-Feb.5
  • Week 4 Feb. 6-12
  • Week 6 Feb. 20-26
  • Week 7 Feb. 27-Mar.5
  • Week 8 Mar. 6-12
  • Week 10 Mar. 19-23
  • Week 11 Mar.27-Apr. 2
  • Week 12 Apr. 3-9
  • Week 14 Apr. 17-23
  • Week 15Apr. 24-30

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forum class discussion
Forum (class discussion)
  • Week 2Jan. 23-29
  • Week 3 Jan. 30-Feb.5
  • Week 4 Feb. 6-12
  • Week 6 Feb. 20-26
  • Week 7 Feb. 27-Mar.5
  • Week 8 Mar. 6-12
  • Week 11 Mar.27-Apr. 2
  • Week 12 Apr. 3-9
  • Week 14 Apr. 17-23
  • Week 15Apr. 24-30

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journal article critiques reading and reflection of journal
Journal Article Critiques: (reading and reflection of journal)

*Uncovering Teacher Leadership

By: Richard Acherman, Sarah V. Mackenzie

See Week 4 drop box

*The Power of Teacher Leadership

By: Berry Barnett

See Week 4 drop box

*Schools as Learning Communities

By: Richard DuFour

In class reflection

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course grade
Course Grade

A+

100%

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