Capella University Modeling and Leading in Education Plan

Capella University Modeling and Leading in Education Plan

1. Analyzes the makeup of the stakeholder audience to which the plan will be presented by citing the professional literature on diffusion of innovation theory. 2. Justifies choices about the presentation, including occasion, venue, and the topics to be addressed, and impartially explains the pros and cons of other choices. 3. Analyzes the main points that would be needed to persuade all stakeholders and aligns persuasive strategies with specific stakeholder adoption groups. 4. Writes and presents a 3-minute introduction that is designed to grab the audience’s attention and persuade them to listen attentively and that exceeds graduate-level expectations for verbal and nonverbal communication.
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4-6 pages length

APA Format

GRADING RUBRIC MUST BE FOLLOWED TO THE LETTER

Overview

As a leader in your school, you may be asked to develop action plans in the implementation of a variety of initiatives. In this assignment, discuss your ideas for presenting a plan of action to a diverse group of stakeholders, including colleagues, decision makers, parents, and community members.

Instructions

Part 1: Plan

Address the following in your plan:

  • Briefly describe the plan you will be promoting in your presentation.
    • Your plan should involve the implementation of an educational innovation, preferably related to educational technology.
  • Analyze the makeup of the stakeholder audience to which you would present your plan of action; this group could include colleagues, decision makers, parents, and community members.
  • Provide a rationale for your choice of occasion and venue for the presentation.
    • For example, would you present to the school faculty at a faculty meeting? Or would you present to the school board at a board meeting?
  • Justify the topics you would address with this group at this occasion and venue.
  • Analyze the main points that would be needed to persuade all stakeholders.
    • How could you address their key concerns? How will you support your contentions? Will you refer to the professional literature or personal experience? Why or why not?
  • Write a 3-minute introduction designed to grab your audience’s attention and persuade them to listen attentively to your presentation.

Resources: The Process of School Change

Resources: Stakeholders and Sustainable Innovation

Through these resources, you will examine how stakeholders can engage in and sustain change and how to persuade them to do so.