- ALEC 102 (Interpersonal Skills for Leadership)
- ALEC 433 (Effective Groups & Teams in Organizations),
- ALEC 833 (Effective Groups & Teams in Organizations- Graduate Level)
Other Courses/ Course Development:
- ALEC 202
- ALEC 302
- ALEC 801
The overall purpose of Dr. Headrick’s research focuses on the term “access.” This work is identified in several ways:
- The pedagogy (instructional strategies and assessments) used in leadership education;
- Who has access to leadership education and who might be missing from the experience/discussion?;
- How is leadership development being accessed in rural communities?
- What are the methods and practices in which people get leadership education?
Keywords: Leadership Pedagogy & Instructional Strategies; Utilization of Leadership Pedagogy in MOOCs; First-Generation Students
Dr. Headrick is an Assistant Professor of Practice in the ALEC Department. He is originally from Tompkinsville, Kentucky, where he grew up on a tobacco and timber farm.
He attended the University of Kentucky for a B.S. in Agricultural Communications and a M.S. in Community and Leadership Development. He graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2019 with a doctorate in Human Sciences and an emphasis in Leadership Studies. He is a member of ILA, ALE, NACTA, & AAAE professional organizations.