Distributed leadership for professional learning: Effective leadership practices in early childhood education By Rachel Denee A thesis submitted to Victoria University of Wellington in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Education. Victoria University of Wellington, 2017 Abstract.
The Distributed Leadership Among Teachers Education Essay Abstract. Distributed leadership stretches and shares the leadership practice to form collection leadership so that those not in formal authoritative position such as classroom teachers could be valued and have a voice in leadership.
This dissertation investigates how relational trust manifests within schools that have recently enacted the distributed leadership framework, a program implementation by the Penn Center for Educational Leadership. First, the dissertation highlights research that connects the distributed leadership and relational trust frameworks in the task of identifying specific behavioral anchors which give.
Dissertations from 2018 PDF. Leadership For Student Engagement, Felicia Angelle. PDF. Principals and the Phenomenon of Neoliberal Audit Culture, James A. Bishop. PDF. Examination of K-12 School Administrators’ Perceptions of Their Preparation to Lead Special Education Programs, Jaime Davies. PDF.
Eggen, David D. Principals’ Perceptions of Distributed Leadership in an Elementary School Setting. Published Doctor of Education dissertation, University of Northern Colorado, 2010. This dissertation is a qualitative study of principals’ perceptions on distributed leadership in elementary schools.
A Qualitative Analysis of Distributed Leadership and Teacher Perspective of Principal Leadership Effectiveness A thesis presented by Jane O’Connor Lizotte to The School of Education In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education in the field of Education College of Professional Studies Northeastern University.
Distributed leadership for learning and teaching is an approach in which collaborative working is undertaken between individuals who trust and respect each other's contribution. During the past 10 years, the idea of distributed leadership has emerged through the theory and practice within organizations. The specific problem this study addressed is lack of employee engagement at higher.
THE IMPACT OF DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP PRACTICES ON THE FUNCTIONING OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN JOHANNESBURG SOUTH By SHARITA SINGH submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF EDUCATION in the subject EDUCATION MANAGEMENT at the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA SUPERVISOR: PROF. M LEKHETHO OCTOBER 2014.