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Mayer, Anysia; LeChasseur, Kimberly; Donaldson, Morgaen; Cobb, Casey – Planning and Changing, 2013
In this article we use organizational learning theory as a framework for thinking about how participation in CPED has influenced changes in the EdD program established in 2003 at the University of Connecticut. Both single and double loop learning were a part of our process of institutionalizing a culture of organizational learning, a process that…
Descriptors: Organizational Culture, Learning, Leadership Training, Doctoral Programs
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Zambo, Debby – Planning and Changing, 2013
Thanks to the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) newly designed EdD programs are developing scholarly practitioners who have the knowledge, skills, and dispositions they need to resolve the problems of practice they are facing. To achieve this, students are taking core courses and, in many programs, completing an internship, or…
Descriptors: Mentors, Teaching Methods, Graduate Surveys, Doctoral Programs
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Rueda, Robert; Sundt, Melora; Picus, Lawrence O. – Planning and Changing, 2013
This article describes the various aspects of developing a new EdD model at a large, urban university, the University of Southern California. The authors were all centrally involved in the change process and the conceptualization and implementation of the restructured program. The article summarizes the decade-long experiences and lessons learned…
Descriptors: Urban Universities, Doctoral Programs, Program Development, Program Descriptions
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Chan, Elaine; Heaton, Ruth M.; Swidler, Stephen A.; Wunder, Susan – Planning and Changing, 2013
Through analyses of three dissertations completed by graduates of our Carnegie Project for the Education Doctorate-influenced program, this article offers insights into both the doctoral students' inquiries into their problems of practice and their faculty advisors' roles and expectations for them. Studying student dissertations provided the…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Education Majors, Graduate Students, Doctoral Dissertations
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Reardon, R. Martin – Planning and Changing, 2013
While it is reasonable to surmise that the vast majority of leaders, regardless of whether they are educators in the broad sense of that term, exercise their leadership in accord with sound ethical principles, the regular instances of exceptions to this rule highlight the importance of incorporating the study of ethics in leadership programs.…
Descriptors: Ethical Instruction, Best Practices, Doctoral Programs, Education Courses
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Hovannesian, Audrey – Planning and Changing, 2013
In this article a former Educational Doctorate (EdD) student recounts how participation in the Carnegie Project on the Educational Doctorate (CPED) acted as a catalyst for change in her perspective regarding the EdD in general and her role as a scholarly practitioner. Changes in perception influenced by CPED were aligned with the Conceptual Change…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Student Experience, Attitude Change, Attitude Measures
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Browne-Ferrigno, Tricia; Muth, Rodney – Planning and Changing, 2012
Research on leadership preparation programs in our field typically focuses on program design and delivery mode (e.g., closed cohorts, internships, distance learning, partnerships), curriculum and pedagogy (e.g., learning theories, syllabi content, learning outcomes), and occasionally program faculty. A critically missing component of research is…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Administrator Education, Program Design, Leadership
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Davis, Stephen H.; Darling-Hammond, Linda – Planning and Changing, 2012
This article provides an overview of the contexts, the key features, and the evidentiary data--the criteria regarding candidates to engage in administrative work--for five innovative principal preparation programs. Short case studies and cross-case analysis of the sample programs are used to provide thorough descriptions. The five programs in fact…
Descriptors: Principals, Program Evaluation, Program Design, Case Studies
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Fusarelli, Bonnie C.; Militello, Matt – Planning and Changing, 2012
This article describes an innovative approach, developed by North Carolina State University, to prepare leaders specifically for work in rural schools in high poverty districts. Operating with Race-to-the-Top funding, the Northeast Leadership Academy is a selective program with embedded practice and focused summer community internships. The…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Poverty, Elementary Secondary Education, Developmental Psychology
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Griffin, Leslie L.; Taylor, Thomas R.; Varner, Lynn W.; White, Carole L. – Planning and Changing, 2012
The Educational Leadership Master's Cohort Program at Delta State University was redesigned in 2011 to reflect current industry standards and streamline the program. Since its inception in the mid-1990s, the program has provided a nationally acclaimed model for principal preparation. The recent redesign focused on preparing school principals to…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Program Descriptions, Instructional Leadership, Principals
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Huang, Tiedan; Beachum, Floyd D.; White, George P.; Kaimal, Girija; FitzGerald, Anne Marie; Reed, Peter – Planning and Changing, 2012
Extant research, though limited in quantity, increasingly demonstrates the critical connection between quality preparation experience, candidates' leadership capacity, and their subsequent instructional and transformation leadership practices. Using mixed methods, this study builds on the current knowledge base and aims to further verify the link…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Program Effectiveness, Leadership Training, Self Disclosure (Individuals)
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Diem, Sarah; Carpenter, Bradley W. – Planning and Changing, 2012
Despite the dramatic shift in demographics occurring within public schools, there is still a dismal amount of research connecting issues of diversity and race with the curricula guiding educational leadership preparation programs. In the field of leadership preparation, little information has been offered as to how professors facilitate social…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Leadership Training, Instructional Leadership, Culturally Relevant Education
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Burke, Wendy; Marx, Gary E.; Lowenstein, Ethan – Planning and Changing, 2012
Within the context of a pilot leadership seminar, this participatory action research project explores how to effectively lead in turbulent learning environments regulated by federal policy that mandates high levels of student achievement coupled with a rigorous standards-based reform movement. Our analysis indicates: (a) adult development is a…
Descriptors: Adult Development, Seminars, Action Research, Educational Change
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Cosner, Shelby; Tozer, Steve; Smylie, Mark – Planning and Changing, 2012
This article describes the process of replacing a modest Master's level school leader preparation program with an innovative Ed.D. program at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). The new doctoral program is intensive, highly selective, intellectually rigorous, and field-based. The authors provide side-by-side comparisons of the difference…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Doctoral Programs, Instructional Leadership, Total Quality Management
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Korach, Susan – Planning and Changing, 2012
In the globalized and technological world in which we now live, school leaders must be prepared to engage in complex and interdependent systems. Hierarchical power and authority will not provide the leader with the capacity to challenge people and systems to adapt and change to the emerging needs of students from differing social, political, and…
Descriptors: Leadership, Principals, Administrator Education, Individual Differences
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