|V. INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES:
A. Classroom lecture and discussions
B. Engaged online discussion via Blackboard
C. Small group activities and discussions
D. Problem-based research projects
E. Reading contemporary articles
F. Reflective journaling
VI. FIELD, CLINICAL, AND/OR LABORATORY EXPERIENCES:
VII. TEXT(S) AND RESOURCES:
A course packet of relevant emerging literature will guide the course.
VIII. EVALUATION AND GRADING PROCEDURES:
Evaluation and grade will be determined by assignments, tests, and projects based on text, supplementary readings in professional journals, lectures, presentations, group activities, and class discussions.
Signature Assignment: Students complete a comprehensive review (interviews, focus groups, review of programs, etc.) of innovative programs/initiatives within their district, college/university or community. Provide a critical analysis of current themes in innovation and provide recommendations for opportunities for continued advancement in the area of creativity and innovation.
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