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SVSU’s Road to School Leadership Program is an opportunity for classroom teachers in the districts of Bay City Public Schools, Midland Public Schools and Saginaw Township Community Schools to explore the path to becoming a school leader in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

The five-week (15 hour) program gives teachers a better understanding of the characteristics, skills and responsibilities of leaders at both the building and district levels. Attendees will be able to network with classroom teachers in the GLBR with similar interests and have the opportunity to job shadow a school building leader.

Topics Covered:

Session I:  Leadership Journey of Self and Others
Session II:  Understanding Leadership
Session III:  Skills and Responsibilities of School Leaders
Session IV:  Real Life Learning Situations with Debriefing and Reflecting
Session V:  Next Steps to Becoming a School Leader

Classroom Session Dates:
Five (5) three-hour sessions from 4:30 to 7:45 p.m.

  • Tuesday, January 29, 2013
  • Tuesday, February 5, 2013
  • Tuesday, February 12, 2013
  • Tuesday, February 19, 2013
  • Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Costs:
Includes course, textbook and light meal

SVSU Graduate Credit* (1 credit hour) - $467.65
SVSU offers the lowest tuition of any state university in Michigan!
Professional Development** - $300.00
SB-CEU Credit - $50.00
SCECH-Clock Hours (15 clock hours) - $50.00

The registration deadline is Tuesday, January 15, 2013. Hurry though, space is limited!

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For questions, please contact Anne Reittenbach at 989.964.4646 or areitten@svsu.edu.

 

*Course grades for participants receiving SVSU graduate credit will be available in early May 2013.

**Approved professional development courses may not substitute for regularly designated courses in degree programs unless determined by the respective department. With written permission of the department, professional development courses may be accepted as elective credit in a degree program. Grades of P received for the course must be equivalent to a grade of A or B and be validated by the Instructor of Record at the time the grade roster is submitted.