Share Paper: Compliance with New State Requirements for Professional Education Program Approval Implementing In-person Site-based Management into Completely Asynchronous Courses For Practimums, Field Studies, and Internships

  1. Annette R Hux, Arkansas State University, United States
  2. Jackie McBride, Arkansas State University, United States
  3. Joan Henley, Arkansas State University, United States
  4. Mary Jane Bradley, Arkansas State University, United States
  5. Alicia Shaw, Arkansas State University, United States
Wednesday, November 6 10:15 AM-11:15 AM Galerie 5

Abstract: : The purpose of this roundtable presentation is to investigate and further develop a plan to implement new State policy standards (effective Fall 2020) for program licensure endorsement in educational leadership. The new State standards require providers of synchronous and asynchronous online licensure courses to incorporate new procedures that will cause a faculty presence via site-based and in-person interaction among program faculty, candidates, and school supervisors in public school administrative licensure programs. In recent years, educational leadership preparation programs in university-based delivery settings have received increased attention and pressure to improve the quality of their online programs. Many university licensure ...