- Departments and Programs
- Department of Teacher Education
- Department of Health & Sport Science
- Department of Counselor Education & Human Services
- Department of Educational Leadership
- Department of Physician Assistant Education
- Department of Physical Therapy
- Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership
- Other Programs
Welcome to the Department of Educational Leadership
This fall, the Department of Educational Leadership is excited to partner with the Montgomery County Educational Service Center to offer a series of workshops to familiarize you with the OTES Rubric.
Learn how to understand and apply the indicators of the OTES rubric in the organizational areas of instructional planning, as well as instruction and assessment. In the OTES Rubric Series, you’ll study each of the standard areas’ language. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to explore tools and resources aligned to each of the standard areas. The series comprises four three-hour sessions. Each will focus on a skilled area of the OTES rubric that will allow easy transfer of focus to the accomplished area when appropriate. Learn more and register >>
About the Department
The Department of Educational Leadership offers graduate-level programs that prepare educational professionals to serve effectively at all levels of leadership in pre-kindergarten to grade 12 public, Catholic and other non-public schools. We also seek to contribute to the knowledge base in school administration and provide service to all pre-kindergarten to grade 12 schools. With courses offered at our main campus, at satellite locations and online, our students can achieve their educational goals at their own pace while maintaining their professional responsibilities.
The University ... plays a significant role in preparing Ohio principals, with nearly 20% of the state's newly licensed principals graduating from the University of Dayton. Students of these principals also meet or exceed expectations at a higher rate than those of graduates of other Ohio principal license programs, according to the Education Preparation Performance Report, 2012, by the Ohio Board of Regents. (UD News, Jan. 4, 2013)