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The Role of Small School Superintendents as Instructional Leaders
A learning leader in a school district is the agent of change who can influence improvement in instruction or assessment delivery by the classroom teacher. A phenomenological approach was utilized in this qualitative study ...
LEADING FROM HOME AND BACK AGAIN: A REFLECTIVE JOURNEY OF CULTURAL CONFLICT IN LEADERSHIP
This dissertation explores a third path of leadership as structured by the dual passageways of traditional Native leadership and Western leadership. Using autoethnography, the study conveys a Native American woman's ...
Moving Forward; Sitting Still: An Auto-ethnographic Study of Mindful Educational Leadership
This study focuses on using mindfulness and meditation to rediscover a sense of meaning and fulfillment in work. More specifically, the author shares how in engaging in a daily practice of mindfulness, she was able to adopt ...
The Principal's Role in Managing Special Education: Leadership, Inclusion, and Social Justice Issues
Principals are recognized as a key component to the successful implementation of inclusion of students with special needs in schools. Research exploring the factors for success and barriers was completed over a 10-month ...
The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Community College Leadership
The study explores the role of emotional intelligence in community college leaders using a case study design with mixed-methods, including quantitative and qualitative data. Twenty-one leaders among three cases participated ...
There’s a Leader in You!: A Critical Mapping of Leadership Discourse in the American University
Leadership development is a prominent focus of U.S. higher education in the 21st century. Overwhelmingly, contemporary theories of leadership suggest that everyone can be a leader given enough training, and leadership ...