Delivery of Pupil Personnel Services Syllabus
Credits: 3 Cost: $499 Course no: EDAU 9768
This course examines the principles and the role of the pupil personnel worker. Participants will reflect on their prior knowledge of the educational setting and examine the key concepts regarding how the Pupil Personnel Worker serves the liaison between school and the community to increase attendance and prevent at-risk students from dropping out of school. This course addresses the following key concepts: attendance concerns, residency issues, custody of students, students experiencing homelessness, students needing to enroll under kinship care, hardship and other legal issues.
Students will be able to:
1. Identify the role of the PPW in improving a student’s attendance.
2. Understand the rules and procedures regarding residency and enrollment fraud.
3. Explain the legal issues regarding custody as it pertains to school enrollment.
4. Identify the role of the PPW in working with homeless students and families.
5. Explain dropout prevention strategies.
Academic credit hours:
1 credit = 15 hours 2 credits = 30 hours 3 credits = 45 hours
All materials are accessed via the course website.
For additional reading
o on school culture you may wish to review Deal, T. E., and Peterson, K. D., Shaping School Culture: The Heart of School Leadership, 2003
o on teamwork you may wish to review Patrick Lencioni’s book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
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Turn in assignments once ALL have been completed.
Educators will order the course on the website, www.studentservicesacademy.com
SSA will send a course syllabus as well as a textbook for free. (if required) After the assignments are completed and have been graded by the instructor, the instructor will then send an email stating that the coursework is up to standard or provide opportunities to revise and resubmit the work. Revision opportunities will be granted until the coursework has met the standard. Student may then order a transcript from the university.
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Payments and Refunds
Payment in full is due upon registration. Students can get a refund up to 7 days from the date of purchase minus a $50 cancellation fee. It is your responsibility to check with your district BEFORE registering to confirm they will accept these credits.
How to Submit coursework
Do not submit coursework until all the sections are complete. Students will submit coursework via email attachment. (Word document or PDF) Send directly to email@example.com
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Our expectation and requirement is for students to do their own work without engaging in academic dishonesty. Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Any student found to be in violation of this policy will be immediately removed from the course and given a failing grade.
Acts include but are not limited to:
Cheating – Any attempt to use unauthorized materials in any academic exercise.
Plagiarism – Using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to that person.
Fabrication – Intentional falsification of information in an academic activity.
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Final coursework must be submitted within 6 months of registering for the course.
Student Services Academy – Assignment Rubric
Lessons Learned - Course materials reflections, vocabulary, module take-aways, and/or aha moments
The student’s work has an abundant connection to course materials, vocabulary, module take- aways and/or includes aha
The student’s work has some connections to course materials, vocabulary, module take-aways and/or includes aha moments.
The student’s work has few connections to course materials, vocabulary, module take-aways and/or little mention of aha moments.
The student’s work has no connections to course materials, vocabulary, module take-aways and/or includes no aha moments
Lessons Learned – Other Scholarly or Practitioners Materials
The student’s work includes multiple connections to other scholarly or
The student’s work includes some connections to other scholarly or practitioner
The student’s work has few connections to other scholarly or practitioner
The student’s work includes no connections to other scholarly or practitioner
Lessons Learned – Making Connections
The student’s work articulates multiple connections between this learning experience and content from other courses, past learning, life experiences and/or future goals.
The student’s work articulates connections between this learning experience and content from other courses, past learning experiences, and/or future goals.
The student’s work attempts to articulate connections between this learning experience and content from other courses, past learning experiences, or personal goals, but the connection is vague and/or unclear.
The student’s work does not articulate any connection to other learning or experiences.
The student’s work is an in-depth analysis of the learning experience, the value of the derived learning to self or others, and the enhancement of the student’s appreciation for the discipline. The student’s work has the correct use of APA citations, spelling, punctuation and grammar.
The student’s work is an analysis of the learning experience and the value of the derived learning to self or others. The student’s work has the correct use of APA citations, spelling, punctuation and grammar.
The student’s work attempts to analyze the learning experience but the value of the learning to the student or others is vague and/or unclear. The student’s work has few uses of correct APA citations, spelling, punctuation and grammar.
The student’s work does not move beyond a description of the learning experience. The student’s work does not use correct APA citations, spelling, punctuation and grammar.
3: Above average to exceptional graduate level performance
2: Average to above average graduate level performance
1: Unacceptable graduate level performance