Textbooks for courses through the Department of Educational Leadership may be purchased from a variety of resources. We have linked each textbook below through Amazon.com. Textbooks can also be purchased through the UM Bookstore on campus or online.

Fall 2017 Required Textbooks

Online courses during Fall 2017 begin two weeks after that start of the UM semester.

EDLD 551 (CRN: 73781): Foundation of Curriculum Leadership | Kero
Text: Curriculum Leadership: Strategies for Development and Implementation, 2016

EDLD 552 (CRN: 73778): Supervision and Evaluation | McCaw
Text: The Basic Guide to Supervision and Instructional Leadership, 3rd edition
Text: FRISK Documentation Model: Practical Guidelines for Evaluators in Addressing Below-Standard Employee Performance

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EDLD 554 (CRN: 73783): School Las | Matt
Text: American Public School Law, 8th edition

EDLD 556 (CRN: 73782): Finance of Public Education | Matt
Text: No Text Requirements

EDLD 657 (CRN: 74691): Facilities Planning | Lee
Text: Building Type Basics for Elementary and Secondary Schools, 2nd edition

EDLD 540 (CRN: 74687): Higher Education Finance | O'Reilly
Text: The Finance of Higher Educaiton: Theory, Research, Policy & Practice

EDLD 664 (CRN: 74694): Community College | O'Reilly
Text: The American Community College, 6th edition

EDLD 583 (CRN: 74859): Strategic Planning for Technology | O'Reilly
Text: Educational Leadership and Planning for Technology, 5th edition

Face-to-face / Remote courses begin the first week of the UM semester.
Students who register for the Robotic Telepresence section must be distance only students and must still come to class via robotic telepresence during the listed day and time for the entirety of the semester.

EDLD 620 (CRN: 71135): Qualitative Research | McCaw
Monday | 5:00-7:50 PM | ED 322
Robotic Telepresence: EDLD 620-50, CRN: 74582
Text: Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing Among Five Approaches, 4th edition
Suggested Text: Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches, 4th edition
Suggested Text: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition

EDLD 673 (CRN: 74597): Leadership Across Cultures | Staff
Tuesday | 4:00-6:50 PM | ED 322
Robotic Telepresence: EDLD 673-50, CRN: 74598
Text: TBD

EDLD 680 (CRN: 74695): Politics of International Education | Staff
Tuesday | 7:00-9:50 PM | ED 322
Robotic Telepresence: EDLD 680-50, CRN: 74696
Text: TBD

EDLD 567 (CRN: 74599): K-12 Leadership | Kero
Tuesday | 5:00-7:20 PM | ED 314
Robotic Telepresence: EDLD 567-50, CRN: 74688
Text: The Principal: Three Keys to Maximizing Impact, 1st edition
Text: Organizational Behavior, 1st edition

EDU 421 (CRN: 70615): Educational Statistics | Lee
Thursday | 2:00-4:20 PM | ED 241| *Undergraduate Students*
Text: Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics: Using Microsoft Excel, 4th edition
Text: STATLAB Online 2.0 Student Slim Pack, Version 2.0

EDLD 486 (CRN: 71674): Educational Statistics | Lee
Thursday | 4:30-6:50 PM | ED 241 | *Graduate Students*
Text: Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics: Using Microsoft Excel, 4th edition
Text: STATLAB Online 2.0 Student Slim Pack, Version 2.0

EDLD 568 (CRN: 74690): K-12 Curriculum | Kero
Thursday | 5:00-7:20 PM | ED 322
Robotic Telepresence: EDLD 568-50, CRN: 74693
Text: Curriculum 21: Essential Education for a Changing World
Text: Making Classrooms Better: 50 Practical Application of Mind, Brain, and Education Science