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Instructional Leadership w/ emphasis in Andragogy

Andragogy may be defined as a scientific discipline for study of the research, theory, processes, technology, practice, and anything else of value and benefit including learning, teaching, instructing, guiding, leading, and modeling/exemplifying a way of life that would help to facilitate and bring adults to their full degree of humaneness. Andragogy is one part of the broader international field of adult education, human resource development, and lifelong learning.                    

The EdD Program was expanded to include an Andragogy strand in response to a growing need for professional educational leaders in areas other than K-12 education to receive a doctoral degree of distinction serving the needs of adult learners and lifelong learning in areas such as higher education, police, fire fighting, business, military, corporate training, healthcare, religious organizations, executive leadership, communities, municipalities, social service agencies, and human resource development.

Lindenwood is proud to have on staff a world-renowned expert in Andragogy, Prof. John Henske. To learn more about Prof. Henske and for more Andragogy resources, click here.

Courses in this program are offered face-to-face, online, and as a hybrid to meet the needs of working adults.

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Degree Requirements
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Student Learning Outcomes
Andragogy Emphasis Brochure
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"Teaching and Leading as an Art and a Science"
The School of Education agrees that the general outcome of the teacher education program must be teaching professionals that believe and implement teaching as a blend of “Art” and “Science” as represented by the Beauty and Mechanism of the Spellmann Clock Tower… Teaching as an art because teaching is a craft that must be learned and applied in an authentic environment. Teaching as a science because it must be influenced by research and best practice for optimal student learning to be achieved.
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