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About Instructional Leadership & Academic Curriculum
- Interrelate teaching, research and service.
- Model reflective practice through our own teaching.
- Facilitate students' professional development at the initial and advanced program levels.
- Help students discern among multiple modes of educational practice, formulate their own philosophical orientations based on scholarly inquiry, and enact approaches consistent with these philosophical perspectives.
- Promote coherent, dynamic, and robust programs.
- Foster programmatic and departmental coherence.
- Develop, pursue, and sustain clear, dynamic, and programmatic lines of scholarly inquiry.
- Produce scholarly artifacts that meet rigorous standards of quality in relevant fields.
- Share knowledge and expertise at the instructional, state, and local levels of professional organizations and other constituencies.
- Support, develop, and retain new and existing faculty.
- Facilitate appreciation of and commitment to cultural pluralism within our programs, profession, and society.