PhD in Leadership Studies Dissertation Topics The following dissertations were successfully defended by students in our PhD in Leadership Studies program: Adell, Robbie - Principal Mentoring in Western North Carolina: An Investigation Of The Existence Of A Relationship Between Participation In A Mentoring Program And The Years Of Service Of A Mentored Principal.
The purpose of this qualitative study was to analyze teacher leader models developed and implemented by the Tennessee Teacher Leader Network in order to assess the impact the models have on district policies and practices. Data were collected through a content analysis to analyze for recurring themes and differences to assess how models influence teaching and learning within districts.
RELATIONSHIPS AMONG TEACHERS’ PERSONALITY, LEADERSHIP STYLE, AND EFFICACY OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT by Michael Clyde Burkett May 2011 In this study, research examined a possible relationship between a teacher’s leadership style, personality, experience, certification, and efficacy of classroom management.
Teacher Leadership. Mr. Wagner’s interesting presentation on play, passion, and purpose by reinventing the educational system was very informative. It was very inspirational and evoked creative thoughts on ways to effectively teach students in the 21st century. Mr.
A Quantitative Study of Teacher Perceptions of Professional Learning Communities' Context, Process, and Content By Dariiel R. Johnson Dissertation Committee Dr. Barbara Strobert Dr. Christopher Tienken Dr. Kelly Cooke Dr. Michael Valenti Submitted in Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Education Seton Hall University.
PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP STYLES, FACULTY MORALE, AND FACULTY JOB SATISFACTION AT SELECTED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS by Dawn Vyola Ramsey Hearn December 2013 The purpose of this study was to determine if a significant relationship existed between principal leadership styles, faculty morale, and faculty job satisfaction at selected elementary schools.
The object of this study was to investigate transformational leadership in Christian schools. The study investigated the perception of empowerment of K-12 Christian school teachers and its influence on organizational and professional commitment and job satisfaction. It explored correlations between teacher empowerment and selected.
Teacher attrition is an ongoing problem in education, and the lack of leadership opportunities contribute to that problem. Teachers who serve in leadership roles are more likely to remain in the profession and positively impact students and the profession as a whole. However, there is little qualitative research to address how teachers develop the needed leadership skills to take on additional.