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Reporting Requirements

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Reporting Requirements

    Final Report

Program:

    Educational Administration

    Focus of the Initiative: Field Experiences in Educational Administration: Linking Theories and Practices

Project Coordinator:

    Name: Lori Kim, Ph.D., Educational Administration Program, CSU, Los Angeles

Participants (Name and Campus)

    Steering Committee Members 1. Adler, Louise Fullerton 2. Henderson, Robbe Lynn Dominguez Hills

    3. Moore-Stewart, Thelma Long Beach

    4. Negrete, Edward Dominguez Hills 5. Louque, Angela San Bernadino

    Project Data Participants 6. Gentilucci, James San Luis Obispo 7. Lad, Kaetlyn Saint Mary's College of CA 8. Castallo, Rick Northridge 9. Stelwagon, Pat San Jose 10. Wise, Donald Fresno

    11. Basom, Peggy San Diego 12. Miller, Sandra Pomona 13. Adler, Louise Fullerton 14. Lindsey, Delores San Marcos 15. Taylor, Clint Los Angeles

Retreat Participants

    16. Acuff, Linda Los Angeles

    17. Andre-Becheley Los Angeles 18. Adler, Louise Fullerton 19. A, Susan Northridge

    20. Avina, Anthony Pomona 21. Chlebicki, Ann Dominguez Hills 22. Dalessi, Anthony Pomona 23. Empey, Donald Northridge 24. Louque, Angela San Bernadino 25. Miller, Sandy Pomona

    26. Moore-Stewart, Thelma Long Beach

    27. Rich, Bill Chico

    * The event is funded by the California State University, Chancellor’s Office.

28. Wildman, Luis Bakersfield

    29. Erickson, Deb California Lutheran University

    30. Bryant, Penny Chapman University

    31. Joe Dear California Commission on Teaching Credentialing

Project Participants

    32. Adler, Louise (ladler@fullerton.edu) -- Fullerton 33. Avina, Anthony (aavina@csupomona.edu) -- Pomona 34. Basom, Margaret(Peggy) (mrb@mail.sdsu.edu) -- San Diego 35. Braatz-Brown, Linda (lbb@csusb.edu) -- San Bernardino 36. Castallo, Rick (Richard.castallo@csun.edu) Northridge 37. Chlebicki, Ann (Achlebicki@csudh.edu) -- Dominguez Hills 38. Dalessi, Anthony(ajdalessi@csupomona.edu) -- Pomona 39. Empey, Donald (donaldempey@earthlink.net) -- Northridge 40. Fermanich, Mark (mark.fermanich@sonoma.edu) -- Sonoma

    41. George J. Petersen (gjpeters@calpoly.edu) San Luis Obispo 42. Henderson, Robbe Lynn (rhenderson@csudh.edu) -- Dominguez Hills 43. Hoagland, Gay (ghoagland@mindspring.com) East Bay 44. Jacobs, Lila (jacobs@csus.edu) -- Sacramento

    45. James Gentilucci (bkonopak@calpoly.edu) San Luis Obispo 46. Kay, Stephen (skay@sjsu.edu) -- San Jose

    47. Kim, Lori (lkim@calstatela.edu) Los Angeles

    48. Kotar, Michael (mkotar@csuchico.edu) -- Chico 49. Latta, Raymond (rayrblc@yahoo.com)-- San Diego San Diego 50. Leon, Ronald (rjleo538@aol.com) Pomona 51. Louque, Angela (alouque@csusb.edu) -- San Bernadino 52. Mendoza-Reis, Noni(nreis@sjsu.edu)-- San Jose 53. Moore-Stewart, Thelma (msteward@csulb.edu) -- Long Beach 54. Nakai, Karen (knakai@csulb.edu) -- Long Beach

    55. Negrete, Edward (enegrete@csudh.edu) -- Dominguez Hills 56. Perotti, (plperotti@yahoo.com) -- San Jose

    57. Porter, Paul (paul.porter@sonoma.edu) -- Sonoma

    58. Reynolds, Bronte (BronteReynolds@aol.com) -- Northridge 59. Rich, Bill (wrich@csuchico.edu) -- Chico

    60. Rodriguez, Cirenio (cirenio_rodriguez@csus.edu) -- Sacramento 61. San Marcos -- Delores Lindsey (dlindsey@csusm.edu) 62. Stelwagon, Pat (pfstelwagon@earthlink.net) -- San Jose 63. Stepney, Marilyn (mstepney@sfsu.edu) -- San Francisco 64. Taylor, Clint (ctaylor6@calstatela.edu) -- Los Angeles

    65. Vieth, Bob (bob.vieth@sonoma.edu) -- Sonoma 66. Wildman, Luis (lwildman@csub.edu) -- Bakersfield 67. Wise, Donald (dwise@csufresno.edu) Fresno

Project Executive Summary:

     In responding to the need of the CSU Educational Leadership Programs to prepare effective

    instructional leaders for K-12 public schools, the Project proposed to develop systematic and

    * The event is funded by the California State University, Chancellor’s Office.

cohesive field experience activities that would provide valuable learning opportunities for the

    students to link theories and practices. Through the collaborative efforts of the CSU professors

    of Educational Administration at a Retreat, data collection and analysis, and retreat follow-up

    activities, the project outcomes were developed and uploaded on the project website at

     http://instructional1.calstatela.edu/edad/index.htm

     The retreat announcement was emailed to all CSU professors of educational administration

    and flyers were distributed at professional conferences. The retreat was held at CSU, Los

    Angeles from April 28 to April 29, 2006.

Project Outcomes:

    1. Descriptions of field experience activities for each of California Professional Standards

    for Educational Leaders (CPSELs)

    2. Assessment Rubrics for Student Field Experience Learning Outcomes

    3. Field Experience Programs

    a. Field Experience Site

    b. Field Experience Site Supervisor

    c. Evaluation of Field Experience Programs and other issues

Project Evaluation:

    Joe Dear, a consultant from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

    (CCTC) in charge of approval of all Educational Administration Programs submitted to the

    CCTC from institutions of higher education in California participated in the retreat. The

    Consultant positively evaluated that (a) the content of the fieldwork activities developed from

    this Project were aligned with the CPSELs and (b) the suggested policies and procedures on field

    experience site selection indeed met the CCTC guidelines.

    The evaluation comments from the retreat participants, faculty of the Educational

    Administration, indicated that

    a. The field experience activities developed from the Retreat were valuable for EDAD

    professors.

    b. The field experience activities developed from the Retreat were aligned to the CCTC

    standards.

    c. The assessment rubrics for field experience activities were valuable for EDAD

    professors.

    The retreat evaluation data summary is also available at the end of this document.

    The Project Outcomes were evaluated by the current K-12 school administrators. The

    practitioners assessed that (a) the content of the fieldwork activities were feasible and addressed

    the current needs of the K-12 public schools and (b) the suggested to include increased

    communication between site supervisors and university faculty in the fieldwork program issues.

Next Steps

     The results of the Project are available through the Project website, and will be presented at

    professional conferences, such as 2006 Fall Conference of the California Association of

    Professors of Educational Administration (CAPEA) and 2007 American Educational Research

    Association Annual Meeting.

     The CSU faculty of the Educational Administration programs will regularly get together to

    discuss about other aspects of the programs. The future efforts will also include faculty from

    non-CSU campuses

    * The event is funded by the California State University, Chancellor’s Office.

Budget

    Total Amount of funds Requested from ITL $15,000

    Faculty Release Time $5,000

     4 quarter units of release time

    To coordinate the Project activities

    To create and maintain the Project website

    Travel Support (travel, lodging, and parking) $3,000

    To support travel needs for CSU faculty and a CCTC consultant

    Student Assistant $4,000

     To provide support for the Project Coordinator and related activities of the Project.

    Supplies and Materials $3,000

    Retreat correspondence, Retreat packages, photocopying, supplies, materials, references,

    etc.

    * The event is funded by the California State University, Chancellor’s Office.

     You are invited to….

    A 2-day Retreat with Professors of

    Educational Administration!

    THE GOAL OF THE RETREAT IS

    To develop systematic and cohesive CPSELs-aligned field

    experience activities for Educational Administration programs.

    *For ALL participants….

    ? Free Breakfast and Lunch for both Friday and Saturday

    ? Free Parking

    *For CSU faculty….

    ? Free Hotel Stay for the night of April 28, Friday

    ? Financial Assistance for Air Fares and Mileage

    Visit http://instructional1.calstatela.edu/edad for more information.

    SCHEDULE

    April 28, 2006 (Friday) Dates: 4/28/F 4/29/F

    ? Describe field experience activities for each of California Location: CSULA Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs). King Hall C2091

    April 29, 2006 (Saturday)

    ? Develop rubrics for assessment of student field experience

    learning outcomes.

    ? Recommend policies and procedures on field experience site

    selection that meet the CCTC eligibility. ? Discuss evaluation of field experience programs

    ======= Return the Bottom to Lori Kim today or email at lkim@calstatela.edu =====

    APPLICATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE RETREAT

Name: (Dr., Mr. Mrs. Ms.) Last Name ____________________ First

    Name_______________

    Campus: Email Address:

    Need a hotel stay for the night of 4/28/Friday? ____Yes ____No

    Attendance on Friday: (a) Morning ____Yes ____No; (b) Afternoon ____Yes ____No

    Attendance on Saturday: (a) Morning ____Yes ____No; (b) Afternoon ____Yes ____No

    You will work in a small group to develop specific fieldwork activities for ONE(1)

    CPSEL standard. Your requests will be honored when possible. Please rank in the order

    of your preference: ____ Standard 1 ____ Standard 4

     ____ Standard 2 ____ Standard 5

    ____ Standard 3 ____ Standard 6

    Please see back for descriptions of these standards

    * The event is funded by the California State University, Chancellor’s Office.

CPSEL Standards:

    Standard 1: Vision of Learning

    Each candidate is able to promote the success of all students by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared and supported by the school community.

    Standard 2: Student Learning and Professional Growth

    Each candidate is able to promote the success of all students by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to student learning and staff professional growth.

    Standard 3: Organizational Management for Student Learning

    Each candidate promotes the success of all students by ensuring management of the organization, operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment.

    Standard 4: Working with Diverse Families and Communities

    Each candidate promotes the success of all students by collaborating with families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources.

    Standard 5: Personal Ethics and Leadership Capacity

    Each candidate promotes the success of all students by modeling a personal code of ethics and developing professional leadership capacity.

    Standard 6: Political, Social, Economic, Legal and Cultural Understanding Each candidate promotes the success of all students by understanding, responding to, and influencing the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context. CSU-ITL 6

    Field Experience Activities For California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSEL)

    CPSEL Standard 1: Vision of Learning

    Each candidate is able to promote the success of all students by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of

    learning that is shared and supported by the school community.

    Field Experience Activities Element

    ? Participate in a committee that‘s building a shared vision. 1(a) Each candidate is able to facilitate the

    ? Plan or facilitate off-campus retreats/meetings on teambuilding and building a shared vision. development of a shared vision for the

    ? As part of the WASC accreditation process, lead or assist in the development of the school‘s vision with achievement of all students based upon

    agreement and input from all stakeholders. data from multiple measures of student ? Participate in a committee that‘s building a shared vision. learning and relevant qualitative ? Survey how the vision is communicated. indicators. ? Develop a theory of action directed at getting to the shared vision by using relevant student data.

    ? Write your vision of an ideal school. 1(b) Each candidate is able to articulate and

    ? Write a personal vision of education and instruction. demonstrate strategies for implementing

    ? Plan staff development concentrating on the concept of vision and on brainstorming activities regarding the the shared vision so that the entire school

    development, articulation, implementation, and evaluation of your school‘s own vision. community understands and acts on the ? Participate in publication of the school newspaper and Principal‘s Newsletter. mission of the school as a standards-? Participate in the development or updating of the School Plan. based educational system. ? Participate in the writing of an application for Ca Distinguished or Blue Ribbon School Award.

    ? Interview principal to see where resources are. 1(c) Each candidate knows how to leverage

    ? Interview district personnel or coordinator regarding budget and resources and marshal sufficient resources to

    ? Participate in the budget committee. implement and attain the vision for all

    ? Participation in a school site council as allocation of resources. students and subgroups of students.

    ? Work with key teachers and parents to raise funds for a special school/district needs such as music/art

    programs that have been reduced due to budget cuts.

    ? Develop a priority spending model.

    ? Develop a program budget to support a school-wide instructional goal.

    ? Develop preliminary budget information & make recommendations for review by the principal‘s council.

    ? Assist in providing training on site-based decision-making, consensus building, and conflict resolution skills 1(d) Each candidate can identify and address

    for the school family. barriers to accomplishing the vision.

    ? Coordinate campus needs assessment to align with campus goals and priorities.

    ? Facilitate or participate in planning and/or conducting (a) faculty meetings; (b) grade level or subject level 1(e) Each candidate is able to shape school

    meetings; (c) curriculum committee meetings; or (d) School Leadership Council meetings. programs, plans, and activities to ensure

    ? Participate in the budget committee on your school site. integration, articulation, and consistency

    with the vision.

    ? Facilitate or participate in bilingual program advisory meetings. 1(f) Each candidate is able to use the

    ? Facilitate or participate in discussion and analysis of ways to address, appreciate and respond to cultural influence of diversity to improve

    differences in the school environment. teaching and learning.

    ? Break down scores by student‘s API subgroups to look for trends and to identify strengths and weaknesses.

    Make plans to identify areas that need improvement and present a plan to the faculty.

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    CPSEL Standard 2: Student Learning and Professional Growth

    Each candidate is able to promote the success of all students by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program

    conducive to student learning and staff professional growth.

    Field Experience Activities Element

    ? Develop rubrics for standard-based student learning outcomes. 2(a) Each candidate understands and is able to create an

    ? Facilitate or participate in a discussion to develop a fair and equitable teacher evaluation system. accountability system of teaching and learning

    based on student learning standards.

    ? Help plan action research and evaluation projects necessary to ensure student learning. 2(b) Each candidate is able to use research and site-base

    ? ANALYZE THE TOTAL NORM-REFERENCED TEST RESULTS FOR AN INDIVIDUAL TEACHER OR GRADE data to design, implement, support, evaluate and LEVEL, USING A COMPUTER. improve instructional programs and to drive professional development of staff.

    ? Analyze state testing results for all students and all subgroups of students. 2(c) Each candidate utilizes multiple assessment

    ? Analyze the data from multiple measures of student learning and relevant qualitative indicators. measures to evaluate student learning to drive an

    ? Supervise the maintenance of accurate records relating to student progress and exit from school. ongoing process of inquiry focused on improving

    the learning of all students and all subgroups of

    students.

    ? Facilitate or participate in the development and/or implementation of two different IEP 2(d) Each candidate knows how to shape a culture

    instructional programs. where high expectations for all students and for all

    ? Facilitate constructive conversations with school staff about how to improve student learning and subgroups of students is the core purpose. achievement.

    ? Establish a procedure for or assist in evaluating substitute teachers. Observe substitute teachers 2(e) Each candidate is able to guide and support the

    and submit evaluation. long-term professional development of all staff

    ? Complete needs assessment plan for in-service training. consistent with the ongoing effort to improve the

    ? Prepare a training session on research and learning theories and models in relation to planned learning of all students relative to state-adopted change. academic performance standards for students.

    ? Participate in identifying factors at your school that relate to faculty and staff morale and help plan 2(f) Each candidate promotes equity, fairness, and

    follow-up activities to address these problems. respect among all members of the school

    ? Facilitate constructive conversations about how to promote equity, fairness, and respect for all community. members of the school community.

    ? Assist in or conduct a parent conference to explain a student‘s test results. 2(g) Each candidate is able to provide opportunities for

    ? Assist in interpreting the curriculum to the community. parents and all other members of the school

    ? Assist in coordination of the school‘s co-curricular program (e.g. clubs, camp programs, off-community to develop and use skills in

    campus education, tours and field trips, athletics). collaboration, leadership, and shared responsibility.

    Continued?

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    Field Experience Activities Element

    ? Coordinate the activities in the planning, writing and development of new programs for the 2(h) Each candidate knows and is able to support the

    curriculum. use of state-adopted learning materials and a wide

    ? Participate in a curriculum- or standards-related committees/meetings. array of learning strategies to support student

    ? Work with District Personnel in the area of curriculum planning and development. learning. ? Maintain a display and provide demonstration to the faculty in the use of new learning materials,

    resources, and equipment. ? Prepare the book inventory and requisition for state-adopted texts.

    ? Assist with the school program of aptitude and achievement testing and discuss different ways the 2(i) Each candidate coordinates the design,

    data could be reported to teachers and administrators. implementation and evaluation of instructional

    ? Assist in the establishment, evaluation or improvement of some specialized program such as work programs that serve the diverse learning styles and experience, vocational education, summer school, credit by exam, etc. Visit and analyze needs of all students and lead in the continual classroom instruction. development and improvement of those programs. ? Facilitate a grade level/department in the examination of common student work and determine

    instructional implications. ? PARTICIPATE IN A SCHOOL OR DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE. 2(j) Each candidate utilizes technological tools to

    ? Participate in the Digital High School plan and program. manage and evaluate instructional programs and

    ? Plan and deliver a presentation that involves using a technological application to share site promote and support the use of technology in

    summative and formative data with a stakeholder group. instruction and learning.

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    CPSEL Standard 3: Organizational Management for Student Learning

    Each candidate promotes the success of all students by ensuring management of the organization, operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and

    effective learning environment.

    Field Experience Activities Element

    ? Evaluate a substitute teacher or a student teacher. 3(a) Each candidate is able to monitor and

    ? Develop an evaluation form. supervise faculty and staff at the site,

    ? Review job descriptions of the various classified positions in school. and manage and evaluate the

    ? Assign teachers to rooms, classes and activities. instructional program.

    ? Conduct a supervisorial conference with a substitute teacher or a student teacher. ? Supervise teacher through classroom visitation.

    ? Develop a handbook for substitute teachers containing a lesson plan model and all pertinent information

    necessary to ensure continuity of a classroom program.

    ? Develop and/or implement an after-school remedial program. 3(b) Each candidate can establish school

    ? Review and describe Williams implementation. operations, patterns, and processes that

    ? Become involved in the process of textbook selection and planning use of the selected text. support student learning.

    ? Complete student and employee accident reports.

    ? Conduct an inspection with the Head Custodian of the classroom and grounds. ? Construct a schedule of classes and teacher assignments for a new semester/year/track. ? Assist in preparing attendance records reports.

    ? Carry out supervision of special events such as assemblies and athletic events. ? Receive, interview, and place new students.

    ? Assist in Kindergarten registration.

    ? Assist parents of new students in the completion of the necessary forms for registration. ? Design a ‗welcoming school environment‘ map and plan.

    ? Participate in the review of the monthly attendance record forms. ? Examine contracts and list 10 items that most impact the site administrators. 3(c) Each candidate understands and is able

    ? Evaluate district personnel evaluation form to see if they match district employment contract. to manage legal and contractual

    ? Participate in IEP development. policies, agreements and records in

    ? Review the district privacy policy documents. ways that foster a professional work

    ? Complete student and employee accident reports. environment and secure privacy and ? Develop practical guidelines on working with certificated and classified staff with disabilities. confidentiality for all students and

    staff.

    Continued?

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