Administrative Leadership (major; Principal License)
Educators who are interested in taking the step to principal or other administrator may consider the Administrative Leadership Licensure.
With this license, Alverno students learn from their competency with teacher standards to lead by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared by their school community. What's more, the student will learn to manage by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to pupil learning and staff professional growth. These management skills extend to the further organization, operations, finances, and resources of their learning community. Alverno students will enhance their collaborative abilities while serving families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources. As we are part of a global community, Alverno graduate licensure students learn to respond and interact with the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural contexts that affect schooling, while ensuring a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment.
The Administrative Leadership Licensure at Alverno College prepares students for Wisconsin DPI 51 License.
|AL-645||Mentoring: Strength Professionl Practice||3|
|AL-665||Educat in Democracy: Equity & Diversity||3|
|AL-666||Leadership for School & Community Engage||3|
|AL-667||Frameworks for Curriculum Development||3|
|AL-671||Legal Aspects of Administration||3|
|AL-672||Finance, Facilities & Human Resources Mg||3|
|AL-673||Business Strategies & Performance Mgt||3|
|AL-754||Administration Standrds-Prelim Portfolio||0|
|AL-752||Practicum 2: Administrative Leadership||2|
For 130 years, Alverno College has been dedicated to the education of women, preparing them for lives of personal and professional distinction and meaningful engagement with the world. Alverno extends this mission to men as well, through graduate and adult classes. We are a Catholic, liberal arts college with a curriculum so unique, educators from around the world come to Alverno to learn how we teach. Alverno’s abilities-based approach to learning ensures our graduates will learn more in class and retain knowledge longer. Students do not receive traditional grades, rather, they are assessed by faculty, community assessors, peers and themselves. Our small class sizes ensure students receive uncommon access to faculty. With an average student to teacher ratio of 10:1, you are guaranteed an individualized learning experience.