EDU 2101/2102 Organizational Leadership, Fall 2009
Wednesdays, 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
|Kristal Statler, M.Ed.
|Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Course Learning Outcomes:
As a result of participating in the class, students will be able to:
- Evaluate ideal strengths necessary or desirable for a list of positions
within organizational executive leadership;
- Compare and contrast three different leadership styles;
- Create a personal values statement with an emphasis on individual
- Describe a deeper meaning of what it means to be "Greek"
- One class absence will be allowed. Five (5) points will be deducted from the student’s final grade for each additional absence. Two tardy arrivals will equal an absence.
- Late assignments will not be graded. Students are expected to turn their work in on time.
- Emergencies will be dealt with appropriately and on an individual basis.
- All papers will be written in Times New-Roman 12 pt. font and must be double spaced.
Students will be respectful of the instructors and one another.
- Students will arrive to class on time and prepared.
- Students and the instructors will hold each other accountable, will learn a great deal, and will have fun doing so!
Journal: Each week students will be responsible for chronicling their experiences and reactions to topical issues both inside and outside the classrooms. Journal entries will be assigned at the end of a discussion and are to be turned in prior to the following class meeting via email to the instructor(s).
Selected Readings: Over the course of the semester, students will read excerpts from literature discussing and assessing the fraternity and sorority lifestyle.
Further, students will prepare one book review from the list below. Students will be prepared to discuss the relevancy of the material in the following class.
- Accountability Quizzes: Students will be quizzed on the selected readings to encourage an understanding of the issues challenging the Greek community and personal development.
- Personal Credo: Pulling from the information from the semester, students will develop a personal action plan utilizing a value-based continuum from their respective organization.