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    EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

    INTERNSHIP MANUAL EDUL 6698/7698

    College of Education

    and Health Professions

    Prepared by

    Dr. Paul T. Hackett, Associate Professor

    Dr. Patricia Duttera, Associate Professor

    Department of Counseling, Foundations, and Leadership

    2009-2010

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    EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIP MANUAL

    Performance-Based Leadership

    College of Education and Health Professions

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    I. Mission and Purpose ....................................................................................................3

    II. Overview for the Educational Specialist Internship ....................................................3

    III. Overview for the Master of Education Internship ......................................................4

    IV. Portfolio

    A. Purpose ..................................................................................................................5

    B. Components ...........................................................................................................6

    C. Introduction Section ..............................................................................................6

    D. Reflective Essay Section .......................................................................................6

    E. Standards (Artifacts) Section .................................................................................7

    F. Artifacts: Elements ................................................................................................7

    G. Process for Portfolio Development .......................................................................8

    V. Appendices ...............................................................................................................10

    Appendix A: ELCC SAPEL Standards....................................................................10

    Appendix B: Approved Internship Field Experiences .............................................11

    Appendix C: Timeline for Educational Leadership Program Internship .................14

    Appendix D: Standard 7: Internship Planning Form ...............................................15

    Appendix E: Activity Log ........................................................................................16

    Appendix F: Portfolio Evaluation Form ..................................................................17

    Appendix G: Performance Assessment Rating Form ..............................................18

    Appendix H: Sample CD Portfolio Table of Contents ............................................20

    Appendix I: Candidate Responsibilities...................................................................21

    Appendix J: University Mentor Responsibilities .....................................................22

    Appendix K: Partner School Mentor Responsibilities .............................................23

    Appendix L: Internships in Partner Schools ............................................................24

    Appendix M: Meeting Record Form........................................................................25

    Appendix N: Assessment for EdS Program ………………………………………26

    Appendix O: Assessment for Masters Program…………………………… ……..29

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    EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIP MANUAL

    Performance-Based Leadership

    College of Education and Health Professions

    I. Mission and Purpose

    The internship for the Educational Leadership Program provides real-world application of

    knowledge, skills, and dispositions through the engagement of the candidate in leadership

    work at partner schools/systems (performance-based leadership training). The work of

    the leader is articulated in the Educational Leadership Constituent Consortium (ELCC)

    Standards for Advanced Programs in Educational Leadership (SAPEL), Standards 1 - 7

    listed in Appendix A on page 10 ―ELCC Standards.‖ These standards are articulated fully

    at the following website:

    http://www.npbea.org/ELCC/index.html

    Experiences for documenting Standards 1 - 6 are articulated on page 7 and may include

    artifacts developed during coursework. During these experiences, candidates apply

    knowledge, skills, and dispositions developed during coursework. Experiences approved

    for documenting Standard 7, Internship, are listed in Appendix B page 11 ―Approved

    Internship Field Experiences for Portfolio.‖

    II. Overview for the Educational Specialist Internship

    The internship experience for candidates for the Educational Specialist Degree and

    certification (PL6) in Educational Leadership takes place during the four semesters of the

    program. During the initial semester, candidates are required to develop a portfolio on

    CD. During semesters three and four, candidates register for three semester hours in

    EDUL 7698: Internship for School Improvement. These courses provide the internship

    experience for the Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership which can

    lead to the performance-based leadership certificate from the Georgia PSC. During

    semester three, candidates meet with mentors at the university and partner school site in

    order to develop and implement a Beginning Leader Plan for the candidate (See

    Appendix D, page 15, ―Standard 7: Internship Planning Form‖). During semester four,

    the candidate continues collecting information from the internship and completes the

    internship.

    The purpose of the internship is to provide candidates with real-life leadership

    experiences in a real school/system setting. Approved activities are listed in Appendix B,

    page 11: ―Approved Internship Field Experiences‖. Candidates are to complete a

    minimum of one approved activity per Educational Leadership Constituent Consortium

    standard (Standards 1 - 6) at the partner school under the joint supervision of the

    university mentor and partner school mentor (See Appendix J, page 21 for University

    Mentor Responsibilities and Appendix K, page 22 for Partner School Mentor

    Responsibilities). Artifacts documenting internship activities will be posted in the

    http://www.npbea.org/ELCC/index.html

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    portfolio under Standard 7: Internship (See Appendix H, page 19, ―Sample portfolio

    Homepage‖). Artifacts demonstrating candidate expertise developed during coursework

    are to be posted appropriately under Standards 1 - 6 in the portfolio. During the third and

    fourth semesters, candidates complete the internship. 150 clock hours of internship

    work are required during each semester students are registered for EDUL 7698:

    Internship for School Improvement and will be documented on the Activity Log form

    included in Appendix E, page 16. A minimum of 100 clock hours must take place in

    the school/system setting during each semester. During the final semester, candidates

    will present their completed portfolio for evaluation to the designated persons decided

    upon by the university mentor. A grade (Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory or Incomplete) will

    be assigned for the internship. A candidate must receive a grade of Satisfactory in the

    internship in order to complete the requirements for graduation with the Educational

    Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership.

    III. Overview for the Master of Education Internship

    The internship experience for candidates for the Master of Education Degree (NL5) in

    Educational Leadership takes place during the third and fourth semesters of the program.

    During the initial semester, candidates are required to develop a portfolio. Beginning

    semester three and for the fourth semester, candidates register for three semester hours in

    EDUL 6698: Internship for School Improvement. This course provides the internship

    experience for the Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership. During

    semester three, candidates meet with mentors at the university and partner school site in

    order to develop and implement a Beginning Leader Plan for the candidate (See

    Appendix D, page 15, ―Standard 7: Internship Planning Form‖). The purpose of the

    internship is to provide candidates with real-life leadership experiences in a real

    school/system setting. Approved activities are listed in Appendix B, page 11: ―Approved

    Internship Field Experiences for Portfolio.‖ Candidates are to complete a minimum of

    one approved activity per Educational Leadership Constituent Consortium standard

    (ELCC Standards 1 - 6) at the partner school under the joint supervision of the university

    mentor and partner school mentor (See Appendix J, page 21 for University Mentor

    Responsibilities and Appendix K, page 22 for Partner School Mentor

    Responsibilities). Artifacts documenting internship activities will be posted in the

    portfolio under Standard 7, Internship (See Appendix H, page 19,

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