A Study on Leadership Development for Effectivess: The Effects of Implementing Four Leadership Development Activities with Tribal College Administrators at the Branch Campus Level as a Strategy to Articulate a College Mission
This portfolio contains the Table of Contents, the Educational Platform, Leadership Educational Administration Plan (LEAP) I and II, Professional Commitment, Significant Leadership experience, Assessment and External Judgment, and the Integrative Capstone. The Table of Contents lists the sections for each area in sequential order in the portfolio. The Educational Platform discusses my perspective on education. In the LEAP sections, LEAP I describes m y initial attempt at how I envisioned my first Leadership Educational Administration Plan. LEAP I describes what I wanted to do at the beginning o f my study in relation to my first capstone study proposal. LEAP II describes my idea o f what a leader should be. LEAP II also describes ideas, which help shape my final capstone study. LEAP II is at the end o f the portfolio. The Professional Commitment presents my experience for each course taken since the summer o f 1997. Each course is summarized, and some discussion is given in terms o f how these courses are meaningful not only to my studies, but in their application to the work environment.
Education, Education Administration and Supervision
Level of Degree
Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy
Willeto, Paul. "A Study on Leadership Development for Effectivess: The Effects of Implementing Four Leadership Development Activities with Tribal College Administrators at the Branch Campus Level as a Strategy to Articulate a College Mission." (2005). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/educ_teelp_etds/47