COSA Leadership Academy
Education professionals who attend Confederation of Oregon School Administrators (COSA) conferences may receive four graduate credits (ELP 506) through Portland State University’s Graduate School of Education. The credits may be applied as electives to the PSU Continuing Administrator License (CAL). If planning to transfer these credits to another school, seek approval of that institution in advance.
COSA Leadership Academy 2016-17
Educational Leadership & Policy (ELP)
Term graded: Spring 2017
Course number: 10043
Course level: 506
- Register for the class
- Attend any three of the COSA workshops listed here between June 2016 and May 2017
- Complete an assignment for each conference you attend
- Complete a 30-hour practicum
- Must attend a minimum of 5 training days (30 hrs) of any of the COSA workshops and complete a 30-hour practicum to receive four graduate credits (ELP 506) through Portland State University’s Graduate School of Education. Credit will be graded and awarded spring term 2017.
- You must be a member of COSA to participate! The credits may be applied as electives to the PSU Continuing Administrator License (CAL). For PSU CAL program admission info, visit pdx.edu/elp/continuing-administrator-license. If planning to transfer these credits to another school, seek approval of that institution in advance.
Current COSA events
- For each workshop you attend, write one 4-page paper. The paper must include:
- A synthesis of the content learned in the workshop
- A description of the principles that challenged your thinking or added to your knowledge
- An explanation of how you plan to integrate these ideas into your district work and how they interface with the continuing administrator standards (OAR 584-017-0261)
- Complete a 30-hour practicum applying a conference topic (or topics) to an issue at the district level demonstrating proficiency in one or more TSPC continuing administrator standards (OAR 584-017-0261).Write a 300-word abstract of your practicum field project
- Complete the following forms:
- Course and Field-Based Project Summative Assessment Form, signed by your school district supervisor (or agency supervisor) and course instructor
- Time-on-Task Log
Include your name, course number, and the number of credits (4) on all documents submitted for grading. Assignments should be emailed to the instructor, Colin Cameron, at email@example.com with “COSA Leadership Academy” in the subject line. You may also mail (COSA, 707 13th Street SE, Salem, Oregon 97301) or fax (503-581-9840) your assignment. Provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you would like your paper returned with comments.
Grades, receipts, and transcripts
Grades will be available on the PSU website. For instructions on accessing your grade, obtaining a receipt, or getting transcripts, visit pdx.edu/ceed/cooperative-credit-program-information-for-students.