Students develop an understanding of the various techniques of supervision and personnel evaluation in order to conduct effective job analysis procedures, supervisory techniques and performance appraisal for instructional and non-instructional staff. Students utilize a variety of supervisory models (such as clinical, developmental, cognitive, and peer coaching) to improve teaching and learning. Students develop the ability to work with faculty and other stakeholders to identify needs for professional development which improve student outcomes. Students apply adult learning strategies to insure that professional development is incorporated into practice and learner assessment. Students identify and apply appropriate policies, criteria, and processes for recruiting, selecting, compensating, inducting, and placing personnel with regard to equity and diversity as well as expertise.