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Arce, Samantha – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
As an informal teacher-leader at my elementary school, I set out to investigate the prevailing attitudes and beliefs about family involvement and engagement among stakeholders at Phoenix Charter School (PCS). I came away with three major findings: 1) There is no collective definition of family involvement, but almost all agreed that families must…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes, Family Involvement, Parent Participation
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Mundorf, Jon; Beckett, Blake; Boehm, Shelby; Flake, Christina; Miller, Cody – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
Drawing on theories of "radical pragmatism," this article situates the experiences and reflections of four teacher leaders at a K-12 public school to develop aspects of teacher leadership acts that are rooted in a social justice disposition. This article marries frequently established ideas and acts of teacher leadership with social…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teacher Leadership, Public School Teachers, Elementary School Teachers
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Keisling, Mai Dinh – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
As a Vietnamese 28-year veteran art teacher, my lived experience is that art teaching is not a viable means to gain access to formal leadership or to exercise my personal leadership within school in a large school district. As an Asian descent educator, there is limited opportunity for a leadership role. For many years, I felt that the isolation…
Descriptors: Vietnamese People, Art Teachers, Teacher Leadership, Community Leaders
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Bennett, Brian; Bromen, Kat – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
Until recently, Elkhart Community Schools lacked formal teacher leadership district-wide. The closest implementation historically was department chairs and/or school improvement team members, whose main responsibility was to transfer information between the teaching faculty and administration. In this article, the authors, who are district…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Faculty Development, Urban Schools, School Districts
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Donnelly, Alice; Holland, Eimear; King, Fiona; Clasborn, Anna K. M. Tapper; Lunney, Ellen; Higgins, Jill; Gormley, Laoíse; Harford, Leona; McElvaney, Mary – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
This article reflects upon teachers' engagement in a Leadership for Inclusion Community of Practice (LIn-CoP), which utilised the Participatory Action Learning Action Research (PALAR) strategy. The study explored if and how engagement could support teachers to develop and exercise leadership for inclusion, using Grudnoff, Haigh, Cochran-Smith, Eil…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Foreign Countries, Teacher Leadership, Communities of Practice
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Slack, Andrea – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
The number of English Learners (ELs) is growing across the United States, yet research indicates that teachers are not receiving enough professional development specifically focused on serving ELs (de Jong & Harper 2005). Teacher leader roles which incorporate both EL program management and supporting teachers in addressing the challenges of…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Access to Education, English Language Learners, Professional Development
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Eltemamy, Amina – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
In this article the author presents an account of the development of support for teacher leadership in Egypt based on the non-positional approach promoted by the HertsCam Network in the UK. The article is informed by a doctoral study recently undertaken by the author, Amina Eltemamy, in which she used an action-based methodology to amplify the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Leadership, Educational Change, Social Justice
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Dillon, Lisa; Freeman, Natasha; Shipp, Ellen May; Lightfoot, Sarah – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
This article focuses on teacher leadership in a school for children with profound disabilities and learning difficulties. The narratives of development work led by three teachers are drawn upon to explore how the teacher-led development work methodology as it is deployed in the context of a master programme can be used to support change in a…
Descriptors: Severe Disabilities, Teacher Leadership, Special Schools, Masters Programs
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Squires, Samantha; Herbert, Clare; Ball, Sheila – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
This article focuses on a development project led by the lead author in her primary school. Samantha's story provides insight related to the pedagogical focus of the project but importantly highlights the challenges and triumphs involved in the process of improving and changing practice in the school workplace. Two vital conditions of support for…
Descriptors: Organizational Change, Teacher Leadership, Masters Programs, Transformational Leadership
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Ramahi, Hanan – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
This article focuses on support for teacher leadership using a model adapted from the HertsCam teacher Led Development Work programme. It explores the question of the limitations of 'policy borrowing' but addresses this in a way which reveals a great deal about the potential links between teacher leadership and emancipation. Programmes to support…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Cultural Context, Foreign Countries, Educational Improvement
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Teleshaliyev, Nurbek; Vranjesevic, Jelena; Celebicic, Ivona; Joshevska, Majda; Miljevic, Gordana – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
This article provides an account of a range of research and development endeavours in the Western Balkans and in Kyrgystyan in which the non-positional approach to teacher leadership has been deployed in various ways. The article illuminates how, in the case of the Balkan countries, the support for teacher leadership has been successfully linked…
Descriptors: Social Change, Social Systems, Teacher Leadership, Educational Change
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Qanay, Gulmira; Anderson-Payne, Emma; Ball, Sheila; Barnett, Paul; Kurmankulova, Kunsulu; Mussarova, Venera; Kenzhetayeva, Gulnara; Tanayeva, Ardak – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
This article discusses a series of initiatives to develop non-positional teacher leadership in Kazakhstan. The authors adopt a narrative style in the presentation of an analysis of the process of creating the necessary conditions, and providing appropriate support for teacher leadership. At the centre of the account is a doctoral study undertaken…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Leadership, Teacher Role, Educational Environment
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Smith, Nikki; Campkin, Diane; Parker, Lucy – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
This article focuses on development work led by Nikki Smith who participated in a teacher leadership support group designed especially for educators in the field of early childhood. Nikki's project improved the provision and practice of a particular type of learning environment for very young children, one that is created and packed away each day.…
Descriptors: Young Children, Early Childhood Education, Educational Environment, Teacher Leadership
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Garcia, Ben – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
In this article the author accounts for the process of change he led in his workplace during his participation in the HertsCam MEd in Leading Teaching and Learning. The narrative presents the key stages in this process from first identifying a professional concern to the development of a sustainable model which has been adopted school-wide. The…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Faculty Development, Teacher Leadership, Transformational Leadership
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Woosey, Jack; Miles, Lucy – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2019
The lead author of this article is a young teacher, new to the profession, who has been enabled to exercise leadership with the support he derived from his participation in the HertsCam Teacher Led Development Work programme facilitated at his school by the co-author. The article is an interesting exploration of a particular aspect of pedagogy --…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Homework, Teaching Methods
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