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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53355
Doc. No:TL23309
Call number:‭1423770‬
Main Entry:Raymond Nero
Title & Author:A philosophical preface to a curriculum for unleashing leadership from within African AmericansRaymond Nero
College:State University of New York Empire State College
Date:2005
Degree:M.A.L.S.
student score:2005
Page No:134
Abstract:How to unleash leadership from within African-Americans is answered by this single-identity curriculum at a 10th through 13 th grade-level for leadership development or leadership expression that utilizes the liberal arts (literature, music, history, rhetoric, dialectics, philosophy, psychology, sociology and the sciences: mathematics, physics and astronomy) of the African, African-American and Caribbean cultures, in an interdisciplinary approach in the learning and coaching of African-American adults, ages 17 through 50. Western cultural and philosophical worldviews are questioned in its treatment of leadership, as concepts from Kemet (ancient Egypt) are introduced. Presented here is only a first part of the curriculum—its philosophical foundations for leadership education and leadership studies: its philosophy and purpose, its definitions of education, learning, curriculum and leadership; a scenario of an educational program for the curriculum with modules/topics for its nine courses; a target-audience needs analysis with a marketing plan, and the goals of this leadership curriculum.
Subject:Social sciences; Education; Educational theory; Adult education; Continuing education; Management; African Americans; 0516:Adult education; 0516:Continuing education; 0998:Educational theory; 0325:African Americans; 0454:Management
Added Entry:N. C. Bunch, Robert
Added Entry:State University of New York Empire State College