Upon successful completion of the internship, the student will be able to:
1. Express him/herself clearly and concisely in daily interactions with teachers, school staff, family members, and other professionals.
2. Lead discussions, apply policy and make decisions of the type those serving as school principals make.
3. Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings and conferences.
4. Apply principles of effective leadership and management in relation to campus budgeting, personnel, resource utilization, financial management, and technology use.
5. Apply skills and knowledge articulated in the ELCC standards as well as state and local standards for educational leaders.
6. Apply rights of privacy, confidentiality, and informed consent in daily actions.
7. Network with appropriate community organizations such as social service groups and local businesses and advocate for education and school support with members of the social service system.
8. Speak appropriate jargon and participate in professional dialog.
9. Structure and conduct daily activities with active listening and apply appropriate leadership techniques (including time and stress management) to engage others and to build and maintain rapport.
10. Modify approaches and techniques to meet multicultural needs at the appropriate times using appropriate interventions.
11. Demonstrate punctuality, dependability, a sincere work ethic, and professional demeanor.
This course covers all ELCC, Praxis II, and NETS*A Standards