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Joel R. Malin; Thomas S. Poetter; Jon Graft; Marni Durham; William T. Sprankles III – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: Although much can be learned from schools that regularly foster deeper learning, little research has been undertaken into how and why these schools have been effective or to elucidate key leadership and cultural characteristics. Moreover, there has been limited attention toward deeper learning within schools that focus on career and…
Descriptors: Vocational Education, Administrators, Leadership Role, School Culture
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Anne Sliwka; Britta Klopsch; Janina Beigel; Lin Tung – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: This research aims to explore leadership approaches that foster deeper learning and facilitate the transition from traditional schooling to a model aligned with the demands of the post-industrial digital knowledge society. Design/methodology/approach: Employing a mixed-methods approach, the authors conducted surveys among school…
Descriptors: Principals, Transformational Leadership, Teacher Collaboration, Evaluation
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Taeyeon Kim; Minseok Yang; Yujin Oh – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: This study aims to explore how educational leaders in South Korea adopted equity mindsets and how they organized changes to support students' deeper learning during COVID-19. Design/methodology/approach: The authors developed a comprehensive framework of Equity Leadership for Deeper Learning, by revising the existing model…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, Administrators
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Jayson W. Richardson; Justin Bathon; Scott McLeod – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: This article details findings on how leaders of deeper learning schools establish, maintain, and propel unique teaching and learning environments. In this case study, the authors present findings from data collected through interviews with 30 leaders of self-proclaimed deeper learning initiatives and site visits to those elementary and…
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools, Principals, Leadership Styles
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Sarah Fine – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: This paper features a narrative case study of a leadership team engaged in an effort to transform both culture and instructional practice at an urban charter school. The paper describes the team's effort to align their decision-making with two frameworks selected to anchor the school's institutional change process: restorative justice and…
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Urban Schools, Restorative Practices, Administrators
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Alma Harris; Michelle Jones; Cecilia Azorín; Alex Southern; Jeremy Griffiths; Ingileif Ástvaldsdóttir – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: This article draws upon evidence from a contemporary study of all-through schools (ATS) in three countries. ATS combine at least two stages of a child's education in a single establishment. Many admit children aged 3-19. Most children join the school at nursery or kindergarten level and continue there for their entire education before…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Instructional Innovation, Teacher Collaboration
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Erin Gatz; Tom Akiva – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: This study focuses on a regional education network in the Mid-Atlantic that aims to facilitate equitable learning practices by providing ongoing teacher/leader support, cross-sector collaboration and professional learning for educators. The authors probe networks as providing core support for systems level change and serving as precursors…
Descriptors: 21st Century Skills, Educational Cooperation, School Community Relationship, Institutional Cooperation
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Leslie Ann Williams; Linda Atkinson; Sharon Dean; Tracy Watts McCarty; Emmett Mathews; Shelley Jaques-McMillin – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: To meet the needs of under-resourced, rural schools where teacher attrition is high, this case study examined how a school-university partnership strengthened teacher and leader abilities to support deeper learning for students. Design/methodology/approach: This research focused on a 17-year collaborative partnership between one rural…
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, Rural Schools, School Districts, Leadership Training
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Regina R. Umpstead; Nicole L. Hacker; Emmanuel E. Akanwa – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: The authors of this study examined how four leadership teams participating in a year-long deeper learning leadership academy understood and adapted key practices for change leadership, deeper learning and equity in their PK-12 schools. Design/methodology/approach: This multiple-site case study used interviews, observations and documents…
Descriptors: 21st Century Skills, Public Schools, Elementary Secondary Education, Professional Development
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Julie Kallio – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: A core challenge for leaders for deeper learning is scaling promising practices to provide students with systematic access to deeper learning experiences. This case illuminates how a group of researchers organized professional learning activities around conferring, a promising deeper learning practice. Design/methodology/approach: The…
Descriptors: 21st Century Skills, Instructional Leadership, Individualized Instruction, Experienced Teachers
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Furkan Khan; Preeti; Vishal Gupta – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: Building on the social cognitive theory, a mediation model was examined to understand the role of teacher self-efficacy as the underlying mechanism for the relationship between instructional leadership and teacher job satisfaction. Design/methodology/approach: The study tests a mediation model between instructional leadership, teacher…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Self Efficacy, Elementary School Teachers, Job Satisfaction
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Hui-Ling Wendy Pan; Wen-Yan Chen – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: The importance of teacher leadership in enhancing school outcomes is recognized, but there remains a scarcity of research addressing the conditions for principals to nurture such leadership. This study examined how school contextual factors, i.e. faculty trust and academic emphasis, moderate the impact of principals' distributed…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Trust (Psychology), Principals, Power Structure
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Joonkil Ahn; Alex J. Bowers – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: Leadership for learning emerged as an integrated leadership framework; however, attempts to establish an empirical measurement model have been limited. Critically, not much is known about how much teachers' beliefs (e.g. self-efficacy) can mediate leadership for learning impact on teacher behaviors. This study establishes a leadership for…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Leadership, Teacher Behavior, Self Efficacy
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Haim Shaked – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: Instructional leadership is a school leadership approach that places great emphasis on enhancing the quality of teaching and learning. This study explored the enabling factors of instructional leadership in subject coordinators. Design/methodology/approach: The participants in this qualitative study were 24 subject coordinators in…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Elementary Schools, Coordinators, Performance Factors
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Yongmei Ni; Bichu Li; Yu Su; Jiangang Xia – Journal of Educational Administration, 2024
Purpose: As responsibilities of high school principals continue to expand, their workweeks become longer, and their attention is stretched in multiple directions. How principals from various school types use their time is influenced by their organizational structures and external policies. To gain deeper insights into the workload, priorities and…
Descriptors: Principals, High Schools, Time Management, Charter Schools
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