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From Theory to Practice: A Proposal for an Internship Program For the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education Masters Program Department of Educational Administration Michigan State University April 30, 2003
Created By Paulo Gordillo John Hoffschneider Ann Horn Eun-Young Kwon Jamie McClintock Allison Medlin Shenila Momin D’Andra Mull Hong-Yen Pham Karen Tkaczyk Under the Direction of: Gloria Kielbaso, PhD Regina Smith, PhD
HALE Mission Statement The HALE master's program prepares individuals for entry-level leadership positions in postsecondary education, public agencies, and business settings. The program provides a broad understanding of educational systems from social, historical, cross-national, normative perspectives and an understanding of central issues in postsecondary teaching and learning, and a theoretical understanding of administration and leadership connected to practice. There are opportunities to develop and use skills needed in practice through practica and field experiences. We expect that graduates are prepared to work in and to cultivate educational environments that are receptive to diversity. R MORE INFO.
Mission Statement = InternshipProgram • HALE Student Discussions • Faculty Discussions
Internship Programs Elsewhere East Tennessee State University: Educational Leadership Eastern Washington University: Adult Education Johns Hopkins University: School Administration and Supervision Montana State University- Bozeman: Adult and Higher Education Oklahoma State University: Human Resources and Adult Education Oregon State University: Organization Development and Training Specialist San Francisco State University: Adult Education University of Southern Maine: Adult Education Southwest Texas State University: Developmental and Adult Education Appalachian State University: Adult Education University of Oklahoma: Adult and Continuing Education University of Rhode Island: Human Development and Family Studies .
WHY? • Mission Statement • Strengthens Program & Curriculum • Portfolio • Lifelong Learning • Employment Opportunities outside of Academia • Student Driven and Supported • Increased Marketability and Job Opps.
Internship Goals and Objectives • Objectives • To provide HALE Masters students with additional or new work experiences in adult educational settings. • To provide HALE Masters students with additional opportunities and professional qualifications for their portfolio. • Goals • To provide HALE Masters students with an opportunity for individual changeand growth. • To assist the HALE Masters program in establishing community contacts for future endeavors, job opportunities for graduating students, and community outreach opportunities.
Caffarella’s Interactive Model of Program Planning • Discerning the Context • Building a Solid Base of Support • Identifying Program Ideas • Sorting and Prioritizing Program Ideas • Developing Program Objectives • Designing Instructional Plans • Devising Transfer-of-Learning Plans • Formulating Evaluation Plans • Making Recommendations and Communicating Results • Selecting Formats, Schedules, and Staff Needs • Preparing Budgets and Marketing Plans • Coordinating Facilities and On-Site Events
Program Format and Guidelines • 120 Hours • 3 credits • Internship sites outside of MSU • Faculty advisor • Graduate assistant---Logistics
Potential Internship Sites • Okemos Community Education • High School Equivalency Program (HEP) • Office of Supportive Services (OSS) • King-Chavez-Parks College Day Program • Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) • Michigan Works! Association
Future Plans? • Recommendations • Implementation
Thank You! • Gloria Kielbaso, PhD • Regina Smith, PhD • HALE Faculty • EAD 877, Spring 2003