This three semester (9 credit hour) course serves as the Capstone experience in the Educational Leadership Program for aspiring curriculum coordinators. The internship is designed to immerse the student in the everyday tasks of the curriculum coordinator, providing an opportunity for the student to actually apply the skills and knowledge gained throughout the Educational Leadership program. The early focus of the course is on the internship in a school/district setting designed jointly by the student, the internship supervisor and a curriculum coordinator. Out of the internship activities students complete a journal, develop a leadership platform (portfolio), conduct an investigation on an aspect of financial management, complete a study of community demographics and formulate a leadership project based on an issue of importance to the school/district. Each student is required to produce a written report on the leadership project and to present it at the conclusion of the course.
After an organizational meeting in the spring, students will begin their internship experiences in the summer semester and will continue to participate in internship activities, through the year. We will meet as a group to share experiences, problem solve specific issues members of the group encounter, and participate in special activities designed by the instructors. We will also establish technology procedures to stay in touch.
Joseph Capelluti, Professor, Educational Leadership, (207) 780-5077
For staff assistance please contact:
Kerry Bertalan, Administrative Specialist CL2
(207) 780-5316 or firstname.lastname@example.org