Educational Change SIG 155
 
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This SIG adopts an interdisciplinary and international approach to understanding many aspects of educational change, including large-scale reform, school-initiated change, school improvement, and classroom-level change.

 
 
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SIG Member Publication Corner

New books and publications from Educational Change SIG members:

 

Patrick Blessinger

Blessinger, W. P. (2017, March 3). Revolutionising the global knowledge society. University World News. 

 

Dean Fink:

Fink, D. (2016). (Ed.). Trust and verify: The real keys to school improvement. UCL IOE Press. 

 

Patrick McQuillan:

Noble, A., & McQuillan, P., Littenberg-Tobias, J. (Forthcoming). "A lifelong classroom:" Social studies educators' engagement with professional learning networks on Twitter. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. 

Kershner, B. & McQuillan, P. J. (2016). Complex adaptive schools: Educational leadership and school change. Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education 16(1).

Noble, A., McQuillan, P., Wangia, S., & Soules, K. (Forthcoming). The emergence of student-centered teaching in professional learning networks on Twitter: The role of choice and voice. In M. Grassetti & S. Brookby (Eds.)., Advancing Next-Generation Teacher Education through Digital Tools and Applications (n.p.) Hershey: IGI Global. 

 

Susan Elliott-Johns 

Elliott-Johns, S. E. (2016). The long and winding road: Reflection on experience of becoming teacher educator. In M. Hayler & J. Williams (Eds.). Professional learning through transitions and transformations: Teacher educators’ journeys of becoming (pp. 79-94). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Springer Publications.

Elliott-Johns, S. E. (2015). (Ed.). Leadership for change in teacher education: Voices of Canadian Deans of Education. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Elliott-Johns, S. E. & Jarvis, D.H. (Eds). (2013). Perspectives on transitions in schooling and instructional practice. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

 

Corrie Stone-Johnson

Stone-Johnson, C. (2016). Generational identity, generational change, and school leadership. Rutledge. 

 

Jennie Weiner

Burton, L. & Weiner, J. (forthcoming). “They were really looking for a male leader for the building”: Gender, identity and leadership development in a principal preparation program. Frontiers in Psychology.

Edmondson, A.C.,* Higgins, M.C., Singer, S.J. and Weiner, J. (forthcoming). Understanding psychological safety in healthcare and education organizations: A comparative perspective. Research in Human Development. [* Authorship alphabetical]

Weiner, J. M., & Torres, A. C. (2016). Different location or different map? Investigating charter school teachers’ professional identities. Teaching and Teacher Education53, 75-86.

Weiner, J. (forthcoming) Under my thumb: Principals’ difficulty releasing decision-making to their Instructional Leadership Team. Journal of School Leadership


Watts, L. & Blessinger, P. (2016). Creative learning in higher education: International  perspectives and approaches . New York, NY: Routledge Publishing. See https://www.amazon.com/Creative-Learning-Higher-Education-International/dp/1138962368


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Catch Up on Lead the Change Series

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Professional Opportunities

Our SIG offers multiple opportunities for scholarship, mentoring, and networking. Visit our News page to read the latest calls for proposals and learn about our partners journals. Access our Meetings page to learn about upcoming conferences and calls for convening proposals. Every year, the SIG gives Awards to emerging scholars and outstanding graduate students. Apply this Fall! We will be launching a mentoring session this Spring at AERA 2016. Several leading global scholars have already signed up to volunteer as mentors.  Join them by volunteering at corriest@buffalo.edu.


 
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