Presentation Title

P-09 The Use and Understanding of the International Leadership Association’s Guiding Questions: An Exploratory Study

Presenter Status

Department of Leadership

Second Presenter Status

Graduate Student, Department of Leadership

Third Presenter Status

Graduate Student, Department of Leadership

Fourth Presenter Status

Graduate Student, Department of Leadership

Fifth Presenter Status

Graduate Student, Department of Leadership

Location

Buller Hallway

Start Date

8-11-2012 3:00 PM

End Date

8-11-2012 5:00 PM

Presentation Abstract

Over the past ten years, the International Leadership Association (ILA) has become the premier association for leadership programs. One of their contributions to the growing numbers of programs/members is the development of the “Guiding Questions” document which leads program faculty through a series of questions as they plan program components: Context, Conceptual Framework, Content, Pedagogy and Assessment. Data (interviews and documents) were collected from eight institutions who have used the Guiding Questions to understand how they are being used, challenges related to their use and recommendations for ILA as they continue to fine tune the questions. Results indicate a wide variety of usage.

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P-09 The Use and Understanding of the International Leadership Association’s Guiding Questions: An Exploratory Study

Buller Hallway

Over the past ten years, the International Leadership Association (ILA) has become the premier association for leadership programs. One of their contributions to the growing numbers of programs/members is the development of the “Guiding Questions” document which leads program faculty through a series of questions as they plan program components: Context, Conceptual Framework, Content, Pedagogy and Assessment. Data (interviews and documents) were collected from eight institutions who have used the Guiding Questions to understand how they are being used, challenges related to their use and recommendations for ILA as they continue to fine tune the questions. Results indicate a wide variety of usage.