Course Evaluation Survey SLP 553


Please review the course focus and keep in mind course intended outcomes as you respond to the following questions. Your responses will be used to revise SLP courses:

Standard 3 A school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by ensuring management of the organization, operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment.

• Knowledge: the administrator has knowledge and understanding of: theories and principles of organizational development, school and district operational procedures, safety and security issues, human resource management and development including teacher evaluation, principles and issues safety, security, human resource management, fiscal operations, facilities, legal issues related to operations and technologies supporting management functions
• Dispositions: the administrator believes in, values and is committed to: accepting responsibility, trusting people, involving stakeholders, a safe environment, basing management decisions on teaching and learning, taking risks to improve schools
• Performances: the administrator facilitates processes and engages in activities ensuring: Operations, human resource functions, stakeholder involvement aligned to school goals, clean, safe, orderly environment, effective use of group process, conflict management, problem solving, technology, fiscal resources. Effective management of contractual agreements