Overarching primary problem

Write two – three paragraphs (400-words minimum) explaining the following:

Overarching primary problem

Questions & information/data that led to the root cause

Additional information/data you would like to have to find the root cause

The root cause for the identified problem

The solution to the problem

The viability of the solution for the problem

Include evidence from the case study and/or rationale to support ALL of your statements. Use the Basic Writing Elements and Root Cause Analysis models located in the course Resources.

 

Submit a 300-word minimum reflective response. Use the Basic Writing Elements and Reflection models located in the course Resources to reflect on your capacity to apply the Essential Competencies (7-12) and root cause analysis to reach solutions. Consider the following:

Your agreement and disagreement of your peers’ posts regarding the aspects of the problem.

Were you open to differing perspectives from your peers?

Did your peers’ comments influence your ability to identify the primary problem? If so, in what ways?

How well were you able to find the root cause to the problem? Was it difficult?

How confident do you feel about your recommended solution to the problem?

Include evidence and/or rationale to support ALL of your statements.

EDLD 5311 Fundamentals Leadership – Week 4 Assignment

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Course Objectives

1. Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of leadership approaches and mindsets. (CLO1)

2. Identify personal professional leadership orientation and philosophy. (CLO2)

3. Analyze and synthesize leadership competencies. (CLO3)

4. Develop an initial practicum plan. (CLO4)

5. Exemplify requisite credentials and program requirements. (CLO5)

 

Week 4: Essential Competencies of Leadership (7 – 12)

 

Week 4 Learning Objectives

1. Apply Essential Competencies Leadership 7 – 12 to analyze level of leadership effectiveness. (W4LO1) (CLO3)

2. Conduct a root cause analysis. (W4LO2) (CLO3)

3. Formulate a solution to the problem using the Essential Competencies 7 – 12. (W4LO3) (CLO3)

4. Record evidence of requisite credentials for candidate and mentor. (W4LO4) (CLO5)

Resources

Readings: (W4LO1, W4LO3) (CLO3)

· School Leader Internship, 3.3 “Essential Competencies of Leadership: Theory into Practice,” pp. 135-144.

· School Leader Internship, Appendix G pp. 181-184.

· Case Study 2

Lectures: (W4LO1, W4LO2, W4LO3) (CLO3)

· Lecture – Essential Competencies

7. Managing Group Processes

8. Supporting Others with Appropriate Leadership Style

9. Using Power Ethically

10. Creating and Managing a Positive Culture and Climate

11. Initiating Change

12. Evaluating Student, Personnel, and Program Performance

· Root Cause Analysis

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Week 4 Assignment Rubric:

Use the Rubric to guide your writing.

ALL evidence must be appropriately cited in APA format.

Tasks Level 1: Does not meet the minimum criteria Level 2: Approaches minimum criteria Level 3: Meets minimum criteria Level 4: Meets target criteria
Part 1A:

15 Points

Candidate reviews ALL aspects of the problem(s) he/she and his/her peers stated in the Discussion Board and identifies themes related to each of the Essential Competencies 7-12.

(W4LO1) (CLO3)

Candidate identifies a theme for 0 to 2 of the six essential competencies, emerged from peers’ initial posts, regarding how these themes relate to aspects of the problem in the case study. (K)

0 – 8 Points

 

Candidate identifies a theme for 3 to 5 of the six essential competencies, emerged from peers’ initial posts, regarding how these themes relate to aspects of the problem in the case study. (K)

9 Points

Candidate identifies a theme for each of the six of the essential competencies, emerged from peers’ initial posts, regarding how these themes relate to aspects of the problem in the case study. (K)

12 Points

 

Candidate identifies a theme for each of the six of the essential competencies, emerged from peers’ initial posts, and provides specificity and details regarding how these themes relate to aspects of the problem in the case study. (K)

15 Points

Part 1B:

30 Points

Candidate identifies the primary problem and root cause. Candidate formulates a solution to the problem using the Essential Competencies 7-12.

(W4LO2, W4LO3) (CLO3)

Candidate vaguely identifies the problem and provides no supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate vaguely identifies the root cause and provides no supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate vaguely formulates a solution to the problem that is not related to the root cause. (S)

0 – 20 Points

 

Candidate identifies the primary problem with little supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate identifies the root cause of the problem with little supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate formulates a solution to the problem that is not clearly related to the root cause. (S)

21 Points

 

Candidate identifies the primary problem and provides supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate identifies the root cause of the problem and provides supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate formulates a viable solution to the problem that generally addresses the root cause. Supporting evidence is provided. (S)

26 Points

 

Candidate identifies the primary problem with clarity and provides thorough, specific supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate identifies the root cause of the problem with clarity and provides thorough, specific supporting evidence. (S)

Candidate formulates a viable solution to the problem that clearly addresses the root cause. Supporting evidence is provided with clarity and specificity. (S)

30 Points

 

Part 2:

25 Points

Candidate reflects on his/her capacity to apply the Essential Competencies (7-12) and root cause analysis to reach solutions.

(W4LO1, W4LO2, W4LO3) (CLO3)

Candidate demonstrates little or no self-reflection regarding level of openness of the candidate to explore others’ perspectives of the problem. Candidate provides no supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate demonstrates little or no self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to identify the root cause of the problem. Candidate provides no supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate demonstrates little or no superficial self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to formulate a viable solution to the problem. Candidate provides no supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

0 – 16 Points

 

Candidate demonstrates superficial depth of self-reflection regarding level of openness of the candidate to explore others’ perspectives of the problem. Candidate provides little supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate demonstrates superficial self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to identify the root cause of the problem. Candidate provides little supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate demonstrates superficial self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to formulate a viable solution to the problem. Candidate provides little supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

17 Points

 

Candidate demonstrates an emerging depth of self-reflection regarding level of openness of the candidate to explore others’ perspectives of the problem. Candidate provides adequate supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate demonstrates an emerging depth of self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to identify the root cause of the problem. Candidate provides supporting adequate evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate demonstrates an emerging depth of self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to formulate a viable solution to the problem. Candidate provides adequate supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

21 Points

Candidate articulates depth of candid self-reflection regarding level of openness of the candidate to explore others’ perspectives of the problem. Candidate provides clear and specific supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate articulates depth of candid self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to identify the root cause of the problem. Candidate provides clear and specific supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

Candidate articulates depth of candid self-reflection regarding the candidate’s capacity to formulate a viable solution to the problem. Candidate provides clear and specific supporting evidence from the six essential competencies. (M)

25 Points

 

Writing Quality:

5 Points

Grammar, Mechanics, Spelling, Citations

Narrative has glaring and unacceptable grammar, mechanics, and/or spelling errors.

And/Or, published and public sources are inadequately cited or not cited at all. (S)

0 – 2 points

Narrative has frequent grammar, mechanics, and/or spelling errors.

And/Or, most published and public sources are cited, but with many APA formatting errors. (S)

3 points

Narrative has several grammar, mechanics, and/or spelling errors.

And/Or, all published and public sources are cited with several APA formatting errors. (S)

4 points

Narrative has few or no grammar, mechanics, and/or spelling errors.

And, all published and public sources are properly cited with APA formatting. (S)

5 points

Part 1: Case Study 2 – Root Cause Analysis

(W4LO1, W4LO2) (CLO3)

 

Overview: Though the Root Cause model may seem to be a simple process, problems and their root causes are often very complex. The purpose of this week’s and week 3’s assignment is to give you opportunities to practice the process and begin to learn how to apply it in real-world situations. There is no one correct answer to the problems in these case studies. As long as you provide a logical, viable solution that is supported by evidence, you will be successful in this assignment.

 

Directions:

Part 1A (W4LO1) (CLO3): Read this week’s initial discussion posts of at least 5 of your peers. Review ALL the aspects of the problem identified by you and your peers (according to their posts in the discussion board) for each Essential Competency. List 1 theme (the aspects listed most frequently) identified from your and your peers’ posts for each of the Essential Competencies 7 – 12 in the table below.

 

Use 12 pt. black font: Times New Roman, single spaced. The table cells will expand to fit your text.

7. Managing Group Processes 8. Supporting Others with Appropriate Leadership Style 9. Using Power Ethically 10. Creating and Managing a Positive Culture and Climate 11. Initiating Change 12. Evaluating Student, Personnel, and Program Performance
List 1 theme (frequently referenced comments) from the aspects of the problem, regarding behaviors from the Case Study, for each Essential Competency below. Be specific in your comments as they relate to the case study.
State a behavior (or lack of behavior) that interferes with effectively managing group processes.

Provide evidence and/or an example from the case study.

State a behavior (or lack of behavior) that interferes with supporting others through leadership styles.

Provide evidence and/or an example from the case study.

State a behavior (or lack of behavior) that interferes with ethical use of power.

Provide evidence and/or an example from the case study.

 

State a behavior (or lack of behavior) that interferes with creating and managing positive culture and climate.

Provide evidence and/or an example from the case study.

State a behavior (or lack of behavior) that interferes with initiating positive change.

Provide evidence and/or an example from the case study.

State a behavior (or lack of behavior) that interferes with effective evaluation of student, personnel, and program performance.

Provide evidence and/or an example from the case study.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part 1B (W4LO2, W4LO3) (CLO3): Write two – three paragraphs (400-words minimum) explaining the following:

· Overarching primary problem

· Questions & information/data that led to the root cause

· Additional information/data you would like to have to find the root cause

· The root cause for the identified problem

· The solution to the problem

· The viability of the solution for the problem

Include evidence from the case study and/or rationale to support ALL of your statements. Use the Basic Writing Elements and Root Cause Analysis models located in the course Resources.

 

ALL evidence must be appropriately cited in APA format.

Use 12 pt. black font: Times New Roman, single spaced. The text box will expand to fit the narrative.

 

 

 

Part 2: Essential Competencies and Root Cause Analysis – Reflective Response

(W4LO1, W4LO2, W4LO3) (CLO3):

Directions: Submit a 300-word minimum reflective response. Use the Basic Writing Elements and Reflection models located in the course Resources to reflect on your capacity to apply the Essential Competencies (7-12) and root cause analysis to reach solutions. Consider the following:

· Your agreement and disagreement of your peers’ posts regarding the aspects of the problem.

· Were you open to differing perspectives from your peers?

· Did your peers’ comments influence your ability to identify the primary problem? If so, in what ways?

· How well were you able to find the root cause to the problem? Was it difficult?

· How confident do you feel about your recommended solution to the problem?

Include evidence and/or rationale to support ALL of your statements.

 

ALL evidence must be appropriately cited in APA format.

Use 12 pt. black font: Times New Roman, single spaced. The text box will expand to fit the narrative.

 

 

 

 

 

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