Instructional Facilitator

Instructional Facilitator

The purpose of MSE in AIS with a specialization in Instructional Facilitator is to prepare teachers to provide instructional support to their fellow teachers.  This support could include developing and demonstrating alignment of instruction with curriculum standards and instructional strategies, developing and implementing training, choosing standards-based instructional materials, and integrating technology into instruction.  The specialty consists of five Educational Leadership courses (15 hours) and one elective (3 hours).

Instructional Facilitator Specialty Courses
EDL 6213 Organizational Leadership
EDL 6223 Supervision and Educational Leadership
EDL 6623 Curriculum Strategies for Instructional Leaders
EDL 6633 Curriculum Alignment and Assessment
EDL 6693 Technology for School Leaders

Degree Plan

Instructional Facilitator Degree Plan

 
 
 
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Chris considers professors Lynn Stanley, Woody Jolley, Patrick Wempe, and the late Dr. McAfee, his most influential instructors. “Each one taught me, in their own way, many of the leadership techniques and philosophies I put to use on daily basis.”

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Chris RatcliffBachelor of Science - Recreation (Leisure Services Management), 2005
 
 
 
 
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