Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership SIG 129
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Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership SIG 129
 
SIG Purpose
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LTEL-SIG brings together discipline specialists, educational theorists, curriculum developers, educational researchers, classroom experts, practitioners, policy makers, and others concerned with teaching in Educational Administration. The LTEL-SIG provides a forum for:Read More

 
 
Message from SIG Chair
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Welcome to the LTEL SIG!

For more information about our SIG and what we do, visit:
http://www.eyeoneducation.com/Free/LTEL-SIG-Newsletters

Beginning in July 2013, our newsletter will be hosted by Information Age Publishing.

Our SIG's first book, Research in Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership, edited by Liz Hollingworth and Arnold Danzig and published by IAP. The  book is a summary of research that has won the LTEL Kottkamp Award  was released in November 2013.


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Who We Are
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Profile of Learning and Teaching in Education Leadership SIG #129 Members
 
SIG Officers

Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership (LTEL) SIG

2019-2020 Executive Committee Roster

Position

Term Length

Name

Institution

Email Address

Chair

2019

2022

Karen Sanzo

Old Dominion University

ksanzo@odu.edu

Past Chair

2019

2022

Daniel
Reyes-Guerra

Florida Atlantic University

dreyes@fau.edu

Secretary

2019-2021

Julie Anne Gray

University of West Florida jgray2@uwf.edu

Treasurer

2018-2020

David Brazer

Stanford University dbrazer@stanford.edu

Program Chair

2018-2020

Katie Cunningham

University of South Carolina

katiemwc@mailbox.sc.edu

Program Co-Chair

2019-2021

Maysaa Barakat

Florida Atlantic University

barakatm@fau.edu

Newsletter Editor

2018- 2020

Erin Anderson

University of Denver

erin.anderson249@du.edu

Associate Newsletter Editor

2018-2020

Tiffany Wright

Millersville University

tiffany.wright@millersville.edu

At-Large Member

2019-2021


Award Chair:

Kottkamp Dissertation

Sonya Hayes

University of Tennessee

shayes22@utk.edu

At-Large Member

2019-2021

Award C0-Chair:

Distinguished Faculty

Jesus Abrego

 

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

jesus.abrego@utrgv.edu

At-Large Member

2019-2021

Award Co-Chair:

Distinguished Faculty

Rachel White

Old Dominion University rswhite@odu.edu

Graduate Student Representative

2019-2022

Trenice Durio

Old Dominion University

tduri002@odu.edu

 

Committees

Structure & Government
 
 
Key Initiatives
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Our SIG's first book, Research in Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership, edited by Liz Hollingworth and Arnold Danzig and published by IAP. The  book is a summary of research that has won the LTEL Kottkamp Award was released November 2013.

Below please find a draft Table of Contents.

Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1: Introduction by Liz Hollingworth and Arnold Danzig

Chapter 2: Perceptions of Illinois School District Superintendents Regarding the Efficacy of Their Superintendent Preparation by Art Fessler and Donald Hackmann

Chapter 3: Principal Succession Planning: How One School District Successfully Improves the Quality and Quantity of Principal Candidates by Shawn Joseph and Virginia Roach

Chapter 4: Principals’ Knowledge of Special Education Policies and Procedures: Does It Matter in Leadership? by Lindsay Jesteadt and Meredith Mountford

Chapter 5: Research in Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership by Arnold Danzig and Liz Hollingworth



 
 
Awards
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Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership Special Interest Group (LTEL-SIG)

Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research
2014 Winner: Dr. Jane Clark Lindle has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 LTEL-SIG Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research. This award recognizes a distinguished record of excellence in research related to teaching and learning in Educational Leadership and Administration. Dr. Lindle has held the position of Eugene T. Moore Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership at Clemson University since 2004. She served as the Editor of Educational Administration Quarterly from 2001-2004. Most recently, Dr. Lindle is the Editor of the 2014 Routledge publication,Political contexts of educational leadership: ISLLC Standard 6. Throughout her career, Dr. Lindle’s scholarship and mentoring has contributed to educational leadership policy development, assessment, and research that epitomizes the work and purposes of the LTEL-SIG.

Kottkamp Dissertation of the Year Award

2014 Winner: Dr. Vincent Baxter, dissertation, “Communitarian Leadership Practice Acquisition in Educational Leadership Preparation.” Dissertation Chair, Dr. Rebecca Thessin

As the author of the selected dissertation, Dr Baxter will be presented a plaque and a check for $250.00 at our Business Meeting during the American Educational Research Association’s 2014 Annual Meeting being held this year in Philadelphia from April 3 to 7.  

Join us to honor our awardees at our Learning and Teaching in Educational Leadership SIG Business Meeting on Sunday, April 6th, from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m. at the Philadelphia Convention Center, 100 Level, Room 102A.

 

 

 
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