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Sebrina L. Doyle Fosco; Logan Rutten; Deborah L. Schussler – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2023
This narrative review integrates theoretical and empirical scholarship in which relationships between teacher leadership and teacher wellbeing are addressed. The review highlights four dimensions of teacher leadership (identity, formality, practices, and level of influence) and considers potential links with domains of wellbeing that may be…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Well Being, Elementary Secondary Education, Positive Attitudes
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Rania Sawalhi; Tasneem Amatullah – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2023
Through a quantitative approach, this study implemented Angelle and DeHart's Teacher Leadership Inventory (TLI) analysis (2011) with the aims of exploring the nature of teacher leadership in International Islamic schools and understanding the variables that affect teacher leadership from teachers' perspectives. A one-way ANOVA was used to…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Leadership, Islam, Religious Schools
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Hamel, Fred L. – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
This article explores stakeholder perceptions of an alternative model for pre-service student teaching -- one that prioritizes instructional planning and reflective practice by reducing the amount of time student teachers are expected to teach directly. The research draws on 245 surveys, collected over a four-year period, from student teachers,…
Descriptors: Models, Student Teachers, Mentors, Beginning Teachers
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Sawyer, Richard; Masterson, Jessica; Mattson, Robert – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
Using an adaptive expertise lens, the following case study examined a teacher leader's perceptions of three crucial days in his life and practice. From March 13th to 16th, 2020, when his school responded to the COVID-19 virus, David1, a teacher leader, had to move a complex school-university learning partnership from in-person classes to an…
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, COVID-19, Pandemics, Teacher Leadership
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Hunzicker, Jana Lynn – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
When teachers have a practical, easy to use tool to self-assess acts of teacher leadership, they are better equipped to develop as leaders by self-determining to whom or what they are committed (relatedness), what they know and can do (competence), and when and how to act (autonomy). The purpose of this mixed methods study was to assess the…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Self Determination, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Validity
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Bradley-Levine, Jill – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
This article shares the findings of a qualitative case study examining the experiences of teacher leaders as they engaged as teacher evaluators alongside school principals. Data collection included observations and interviews with four teacher leaders and three school principals to answer these research questions: (1) What TDEM structures have…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Teacher Evaluation, Teacher Participation, Principals
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Woo, Hansol; LeTendre, Gerald; Byun, Soo-yong; Schussler, Deborah – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
The study of educational leadership suffers from a lack of precision in definition of key concepts (Modeste et al., 2020; Wang, 2018). This is particularly true for teacher leadership (Wenner & Campbell, 2017) where the core leadership practices that teacher leaders engage in are collaborative in nature and take many forms, including mentoring…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Participative Decision Making, Mentors, Faculty Development
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Gimino, Amy – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
Since the pandemic, the United States has faced tremendous teacher shortages (Riser-Kositsky, 2021) and national organizations have called for measures to address barriers related to teacher hiring and retention (NEA, 2022a., b; White House, 2022). Many states -- including California -- require pre-service teachers to pass state performance…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Performance Based Assessment, Teacher Evaluation, Teacher Competencies
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Tamayo, Kristin – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
As part of their general education requirements, many incoming college students are required to enroll in composition courses that explore various college-level writing practices. Some students, including those who are part of Generation Z, struggle because they may be unfamiliar with academically-dense language, lack real-world experience using…
Descriptors: Age Groups, Persuasive Discourse, College Freshmen, Freshman Composition
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Lassila, Erkki T.; Ahn, Ruth – International Journal of Teacher Leadership, 2022
This case study examines four Japanese pre-service teachers' (PST's) experience of learning Bob Moses' student-centered pedagogical framework (Moses & Cobb, 2001) in the context of teaching English as a foreign language, a subject arguably the most difficult for both Japanese students and teachers. The framework is most effective when used to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Teaching Methods
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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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