Certificate in Educational Leadership (Nunavut)

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The Certificate in Educational Leadership in Nunavut (CELN) program is offered by UPEI’s Faculty of Education in partnership with the Department of Education, Government of Nunavut (GN). This certificate is designed to provide qualified teachers and educational leaders in Nunavut with the background, history, knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide culturally based, effective, and responsive, leadership in the school system. Topics range from the introductory level through to specialized courses that focus on parental engagement, action research and approaches to school improvement that support the implementation of educational legislation and policy in Nunavut.

This certificate consists of five courses at the 500 level and offers an opportunity for established educational leaders such as principals or vice-principals, as well as aspiring leaders, to deepen their understanding of community-based leadership in Nunavut. Courses are offered using a combination of face-to-face and distance education. Face-to-face courses are delivered with a distance education pre-course component, including readings and moderated online discussions before participants meet for class.

For information on courses for this certificate please contact Erin Morozoff, emorozoff@upei.ca, 902-566-0916.

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First Name:
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  • Principal
  • Vice-Principal
  • Teacher
  • School Support Teacher
  • Education Researcher
  • Education Policy Advisor
  • Learning Coach

The Certificate in Educational Leadership in Nunavut includes five core courses from the introductory level through to specialized courses that focus on parental engagement, action research and approaches to school improvement that support the implementation of educational legislation and policy in Nunavut. 

The required courses are as follows:

  • ED 5090 - Foundations of Transformational Leadership in Nunavut Education
  • ED 5110 - Proactive Instructional Leadership in Nunavut Communities
  • ED 5120 - Educational Leadership – Engaging Nunavut Parents, Elders and Community
  • ED 5130 - Leadership of the School Improvement Process in Nunavut Communities
  • ED 5140 - Reflective Practice in Educational Leadership for Nunavut
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  • Vice-Principal
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  • Education Researcher
  • Education Policy Advisor
  • Learning Coach

Erin Morozoff
emorozoff@upei.ca
902-566-0916



 

 

Overview

The Certificate in Educational Leadership in Nunavut (CELN) program is offered by UPEI’s Faculty of Education in partnership with the Department of Education, Government of Nunavut (GN). This certificate is designed to provide qualified teachers and educational leaders in Nunavut with the background, history, knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide culturally based, effective, and responsive, leadership in the school system. Topics range from the introductory level through to specialized courses that focus on parental engagement, action research and approaches to school improvement that support the implementation of educational legislation and policy in Nunavut.

This certificate consists of five courses at the 500 level and offers an opportunity for established educational leaders such as principals or vice-principals, as well as aspiring leaders, to deepen their understanding of community-based leadership in Nunavut. Courses are offered using a combination of face-to-face and distance education. Face-to-face courses are delivered with a distance education pre-course component, including readings and moderated online discussions before participants meet for class.

For information on courses for this certificate please contact Erin Morozoff, emorozoff@upei.ca, 902-566-0916.

Required Courses

The Certificate in Educational Leadership in Nunavut includes five core courses from the introductory level through to specialized courses that focus on parental engagement, action research and approaches to school improvement that support the implementation of educational legislation and policy in Nunavut. 

The required courses are as follows:

  • ED 5090 - Foundations of Transformational Leadership in Nunavut Education
  • ED 5110 - Proactive Instructional Leadership in Nunavut Communities
  • ED 5120 - Educational Leadership – Engaging Nunavut Parents, Elders and Community
  • ED 5130 - Leadership of the School Improvement Process in Nunavut Communities
  • ED 5140 - Reflective Practice in Educational Leadership for Nunavut
Contact

Erin Morozoff
emorozoff@upei.ca
902-566-0916



 

 

Overview

The Certificate in Educational Leadership in Nunavut (CELN) program is offered by UPEI’s Faculty of Education in partnership with the Department of Education, Government of Nunavut (GN). This certificate is designed to provide qualified teachers and educational leaders in Nunavut with the background, history, knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide culturally based, effective, and responsive, leadership in the school system. Topics range from the introductory level through to specialized courses that focus on parental engagement, action research and approaches to school improvement that support the implementation of educational legislation and policy in Nunavut.

This certificate consists of five courses at the 500 level and offers an opportunity for established educational leaders such as principals or vice-principals, as well as aspiring leaders, to deepen their understanding of community-based leadership in Nunavut. Courses are offered using a combination of face-to-face and distance education. Face-to-face courses are delivered with a distance education pre-course component, including readings and moderated online discussions before participants meet for class.

For information on courses for this certificate please contact Erin Morozoff, emorozoff@upei.ca, 902-566-0916.

Required Courses

The Certificate in Educational Leadership in Nunavut includes five core courses from the introductory level through to specialized courses that focus on parental engagement, action research and approaches to school improvement that support the implementation of educational legislation and policy in Nunavut. 

The required courses are as follows:

  • ED 5090 - Foundations of Transformational Leadership in Nunavut Education
  • ED 5110 - Proactive Instructional Leadership in Nunavut Communities
  • ED 5120 - Educational Leadership – Engaging Nunavut Parents, Elders and Community
  • ED 5130 - Leadership of the School Improvement Process in Nunavut Communities
  • ED 5140 - Reflective Practice in Educational Leadership for Nunavut

Contact

Erin Morozoff
emorozoff@upei.ca
902-566-0916



 

 

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First Name:
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Careers: 
Principal
Vice-Principal
Teacher
School Support Teacher
Education Researcher
Education Policy Advisor
Learning Coach
Course Level: 
500 Level
Courses: 

509 FOUNDATIONS OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN NUNAVUT EDUCATION
This course reviews the history and world view of the Inuit, with particular emphasis on culture, educational history, struggles with power and privilege, beliefs, values, and principles relevant to Nunavut. Traditional and contemporary views on leadership are studied as participants develop a deeper understanding of the cultural context in which they live and work as educational leaders. Participants examine the directions and philosophies established in Nunavut, including ties to the environment and practices that facilitate transformational educational leadership.
Three semester hours

511 PROACTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP IN NUNAVUT COMMUNITIES
The responsibilities, roles, and tasks of principals and other educational leaders are explored as they relate to the creation of a positive, inclusive, collaborative, and culturally responsive school community. The role of leadership in teaching and learning and building positive relationships, both in and outside school, is examined as a key factor in facilitating the academic achievement and well-being of learners. A variety of culturally appropriate facilitation strategies are introduced as participants analyze the legal, moral, ethical and policy rights of learners and educators in maintaining and strengthening culture and language and promoting success in schools, the local community, and the world beyond.
Three semester hours

512 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP—ENGAGING NUNAVUT PARENTS, ELDERS, AND COMMUNITY
This course focuses on the development of collaborative relationships, positive communication, and empowerment of parents, elders, and community members who lead, support, and guide education in Nunavut. Participants discuss approaches that respond to and involve the community, and build accountability in ways that are transparent and reciprocal. The involvement of the extended community in the daily life and long-term vision of the school provides a central focus as participants reflect on, and write about, the process of creating collaborative learning communities with parents, caregivers, and elders based on cultural values, beliefs, and principles.
Three semester hours

513 LEADERSHIP OF THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROCESS IN NUNAVUT COMMUNITIES
Policy implementation, supervision of teaching and the leadership of learning, staff evaluation, and program accountability play a key role in transformational educational leadership and are a major focus in this course. Participants discuss and write extensively about policy implementation that is culturally and linguistically responsive in promoting learning. Participants are challenged to develop skill sets they require to involve the community and parents in developing and implementing a vision for education based on current policies.
Three semester hours

514 REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP FOR NUNAVUT
Participants propose, develop, and implement an approved reflective inquiry project based on their own educational practice. 
Three semester hours

Calendar Courses

509 FOUNDATIONS OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN NUNAVUT EDUCATION
This course reviews the history and world view of the Inuit, with particular emphasis on culture, educational history, struggles with power and privilege, beliefs, values, and principles relevant to Nunavut. Traditional and contemporary views on leadership are studied as participants develop a deeper understanding of the cultural context in which they live and work as educational leaders. Participants examine the directions and philosophies established in Nunavut, including ties to the environment and practices that facilitate transformational educational leadership.
Three semester hours

511 PROACTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP IN NUNAVUT COMMUNITIES
The responsibilities, roles, and tasks of principals and other educational leaders are explored as they relate to the creation of a positive, inclusive, collaborative, and culturally responsive school community. The role of leadership in teaching and learning and building positive relationships, both in and outside school, is examined as a key factor in facilitating the academic achievement and well-being of learners. A variety of culturally appropriate facilitation strategies are introduced as participants analyze the legal, moral, ethical and policy rights of learners and educators in maintaining and strengthening culture and language and promoting success in schools, the local community, and the world beyond.
Three semester hours

512 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP—ENGAGING NUNAVUT PARENTS, ELDERS, AND COMMUNITY
This course focuses on the development of collaborative relationships, positive communication, and empowerment of parents, elders, and community members who lead, support, and guide education in Nunavut. Participants discuss approaches that respond to and involve the community, and build accountability in ways that are transparent and reciprocal. The involvement of the extended community in the daily life and long-term vision of the school provides a central focus as participants reflect on, and write about, the process of creating collaborative learning communities with parents, caregivers, and elders based on cultural values, beliefs, and principles.
Three semester hours

513 LEADERSHIP OF THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROCESS IN NUNAVUT COMMUNITIES
Policy implementation, supervision of teaching and the leadership of learning, staff evaluation, and program accountability play a key role in transformational educational leadership and are a major focus in this course. Participants discuss and write extensively about policy implementation that is culturally and linguistically responsive in promoting learning. Participants are challenged to develop skill sets they require to involve the community and parents in developing and implementing a vision for education based on current policies.
Three semester hours

514 REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP FOR NUNAVUT
Participants propose, develop, and implement an approved reflective inquiry project based on their own educational practice. 
Three semester hours

Calendar Courses

500 Level

509 FOUNDATIONS OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN NUNAVUT EDUCATION
This course reviews the history and world view of the Inuit, with particular emphasis on culture, educational history, struggles with power and privilege, beliefs, values, and principles relevant to Nunavut. Traditional and contemporary views on leadership are studied as participants develop a deeper understanding of the cultural context in which they live and work as educational leaders. Participants examine the directions and philosophies established in Nunavut, including ties to the environment and practices that facilitate transformational educational leadership.
Three semester hours

511 PROACTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP IN NUNAVUT COMMUNITIES
The responsibilities, roles, and tasks of principals and other educational leaders are explored as they relate to the creation of a positive, inclusive, collaborative, and culturally responsive school community. The role of leadership in teaching and learning and building positive relationships, both in and outside school, is examined as a key factor in facilitating the academic achievement and well-being of learners. A variety of culturally appropriate facilitation strategies are introduced as participants analyze the legal, moral, ethical and policy rights of learners and educators in maintaining and strengthening culture and language and promoting success in schools, the local community, and the world beyond.
Three semester hours

512 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP—ENGAGING NUNAVUT PARENTS, ELDERS, AND COMMUNITY
This course focuses on the development of collaborative relationships, positive communication, and empowerment of parents, elders, and community members who lead, support, and guide education in Nunavut. Participants discuss approaches that respond to and involve the community, and build accountability in ways that are transparent and reciprocal. The involvement of the extended community in the daily life and long-term vision of the school provides a central focus as participants reflect on, and write about, the process of creating collaborative learning communities with parents, caregivers, and elders based on cultural values, beliefs, and principles.
Three semester hours

513 LEADERSHIP OF THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROCESS IN NUNAVUT COMMUNITIES
Policy implementation, supervision of teaching and the leadership of learning, staff evaluation, and program accountability play a key role in transformational educational leadership and are a major focus in this course. Participants discuss and write extensively about policy implementation that is culturally and linguistically responsive in promoting learning. Participants are challenged to develop skill sets they require to involve the community and parents in developing and implementing a vision for education based on current policies.
Three semester hours

514 REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP FOR NUNAVUT
Participants propose, develop, and implement an approved reflective inquiry project based on their own educational practice. 
Three semester hours

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