Abstract




Developing an Effective Interactive Online Educational Leadership Supervision Course

Jenifer Hartman
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
(jhartman1@mail.usf.edu)

Karla Morris
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
(kmetz1@mail.usf.edu)


Abstract:
Increasing numbers of university students seek to take coursework in an online format. However, it is a challenge to successfully translate a highly interactive face-to-face course, such as educational supervision in the educational leadership preparation program, to the online format. Course objectives require candidates to demonstrate effective interpersonal supervisory skills and behaviors. This article describes the frameworks for designing effective online coursework and how they were applied to develop the supervision course to enable candidates to meet the course goals. Specific types of active engagement strategies, assignments, and technology used are described. The aim of the article is to provide a case study that is detailed and specific to inform others faced with the same challenge of teaching highly interactive, interpersonal behaviors and skills in online courses.






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