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Your instructor Course Syllabus Additional Materials (website) Who are we? Pre-Assessment Case Briefing assignments made The IRAC case briefing method Practical Problem #1 – a Case Study Homework: Opinion Piece, Reading, Case Briefing. Education 556: Meeting 1.

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education 556 meeting 1
Your instructor

Course Syllabus

Additional Materials (website)

Who are we?

Pre-Assessment

Case Briefing assignments made

The IRAC case briefing method

Practical Problem #1 – a Case Study

Homework: Opinion Piece, Reading, Case Briefing

Education 556: Meeting 1
your instructor robert cunard
Your Instructor: Robert Cunard

Career History

English teacher: 1982 – 1997

Activities Director: 1993 – 1997

Assistant Principal: 1997 – 2006

Principal: 2006 – Present

Education

UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, CSU Long Beach, Pepperdine University

Personal

Surfer, reader, traveler,

course syllabus
Review course syllabus now

Key assignments include

1) Opinion Piece 10 points

2) Case Briefing 40 points

3) Administrative Rules/Policy Interpretation Piece 40 points

4) Advocacy Memos (2 @ 20 points each) 40 points

5) Practical Problems (7 @ 10 points each) 70 points

6) Participation 80 points

7) Final Examination 100 points

Highly Recommended: Read the court cases

Course Syllabus
additional materials
Course website:

http://concordiaedu556.webs.com

Please check the website on occasion for updates.

If you find or create interesting content which you would like to share with the class, please e-mail it to me at my home address:

rcunard1@cox.net

Additional Materials
who are we
Please assume that you are introducing yourself to me in an administrative interview and prepare your ‘opener.’ You can speak for up to 90 seconds.

I would suggest including:

Current assignment

Educational background

Achievements

Ambitions

Something personal that humanizes you

Who are we?
case briefing assignments
Each student must select one case for briefing. Choices include:

Williams v CA

Lau v Nichols

Serrano v Priest

Morrison v State Board of Ed

Tinker v Des Moines

PAC v Pennsylvania

Hudson v Rowley

Goss v Lopez

New Jersey v T.L.O.

Brown v Board of Ed

Mendez v Westminster

Hoyem v Manhattan Beach CSD

Flores v Morgan Hill

Case Briefing Assignments
the irac case briefing
IRAC is an acronym for a simple formula to summarize a case:

I – Issue (Facts, the problem or challenge)

R – Rule (rule of law involved)

A – Application (how the court applied the rule)

C – Conclusion (how the case concluded)

See course website for a more thorough description.

The IRAC Case Briefing
practical problem 1
Your school’s PTA wants a clear explanation of API, AYP, STAR, and the CAHSEE as well as their role in the Program Improvement process which your school has just entered. Prepare the outline of a short talk which summarizes the basics of the two accountability systems and, to the extent you know it, their legal history. If you wish, you may consult pages 81 – 90 in the textbook for source material.Practical Problem #1
homework
Busy Week!

Read chapters 1, 2, 3

Complete Opinion Piece:

Is education helped or hindered by the legal process?

Complete case briefing as assigned

Optional: Read a decision

Homework