GRAD > EDLDRS > 734
This three-credit elective helps student sin both Ed.D tracks will induct practitioners into the intricacies of professional writing and scholarly discourse, both to make them better consumers of research and to help them respond to No Child Left Behind's mandates for administrators and other educational leaders to research and publish through developing forms like Classroom-based Inquiry, Teacher Research, and Action Research. The class is grounded in three theoretical frameworks (Writing Process Theory, Genre theory, Cultural Capital Theory) and conducted primarily as a writing workshop. Students will write, be part of writing response groups in which they share their own writing and respond to the writing of others, and conference with the instructor about work-in progress. Course includes lectures and exercises on academic writing, substantial reading and writing assignments outside of class.
4:00 - 6:45 pm
Class Dates: 09/05/2017 - 12/13/2017