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School leadership is the process of enlisting and guiding the talents and energies of teachers, pupils, and parents toward achieving common educational aims.
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Call for Papers Interdisciplinary Conference of Management Researchers (ICMR 2022) As you may have already aware, the 7th ICMR will take place at the Faculty of Management Studies, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, on 16th and 17th November 2022, capturing the theme of "Ethical Academic Leadership in Economic Turbulent Times". The conference...
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This study aims to examine the role of social and emotional competencies for effective leadership in private higher education. We examined the impact of personality, self-confidence, and emotional intelligence (EI) on academic leadership in private higher education institutions. The five-factor model of normal personality as indexed by the Mini-Int...
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The recent trend of utilizing Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in higher education and the drastic changes caused by COVID-19 exacerbated the adoption of online professional development (PD) addressed for academic leaders. Unfortunately, there is a lack of empirical studies investigating perceived effectiveness of academic leadership development...
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Since time immemorial, understanding educational management in the contemporary world has entailed adopting various aspects in the educational sector. We can exploit one of its topics through academic leadership, thus evaluating boarding schools as an entity. Therefore, by studying boarding schools, we establish our understanding by comparing board...
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Background Digital education is expected to transform higher education teaching and learning. Despite high expectations, higher education teachers have been slow to implement active digital learning. Objective The aim of this study was to investigate physiotherapy teachers’ attitudes toward and experiences with digital education and what the teach...
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The constant challenge of managing uncertainty makes the professional development of school principals increasingly important. School improvement is unlikely to happen without qualified school leaders who continuously work on their professional development. This article explores professional development of school principals in Kazakhstan. Data were...
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Introduction Younger schoolchildren with psychological development disorders have low cognitive activity, insufficient development of basic school skills, and a low level of educational motivation. In accordance with the requirements of the educational program for students with psychological development disorders, it is important to develop the abi...
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Introduction Younger schoolchildren with psychological development disorders have low cognitive activity, insufficient development of basic school skills, and a low level of educational motivation. In accordance with the requirements of the educational program for students it is important to develop the ability to predict the results of their actio...
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Crisis leadership in higher education has received scholarly attention before COVID-19, yet found itself even more in the focus of global leadership research since 2020. This article employs the theoretical framework of Feminist Educational Leadership (FEL) to better understand the crisis leadership of five women university presidents from three di...
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COVID-19 pandemic was and continues to be a shock and a challenge to the entire world. This health and safety challenge found its way into the world of higher education, even in programs that were already delivered in online environments. In this study, we examined the perceptions of 79 developing principals enrolled in a Master of Education Degree...
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This study sets out to theorize and conceptualize internal stakeholders’ provision of Educational Leadership for the Members of the Association of African Universities (AAU). It reviews research materials, policies and modalities in developing educational leadership, African Philosophies of Education (APE) and interviews of university academic staf...
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This book explores the theoretical and practical implications of a global resurgence of populism on educational leadership. Drawing together a wide range of international authors, it examines how socio-cultural and political populist developments affect educational policies, organisations, and administration around the world. The collection addres...
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Today, multilevel analytics on educational governance, management, and leadership are common in educational leadership research, drawing on a variety of approaches and academic disciplines. This article develops a threefold critique of the state of the art. First, this article argues that research on higher education leadership often represents an...
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Purpose: Competitive advantages required for long term survival of an organization which is based on strategic change management adoption. Present study was based on the mediating role of educational leadership in between strategic change management and employee performance in comprehensive universities of Ethiopia. Design/ Methodology/ Approach: R...
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The aim of the work is to investigate changes in the biochemical profile of Quails blood experimental infection with Candida albicans ATCC 10231. Female Texas white broiler quails 21 days old, 30 heads, 350 g, were used. The birds were divided into experimental and control groups, 15 in each. The experimental group was infected with C. albicans 1 m...
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In educational institutions of all levels, there are number of job duties that need to be implemented by individuals in leadership positions. In order to carry out all tasks and activities successfully and lead to progression, the leaders need to be well-versed in terms of standards of educational leadership. The information needs to be possessed i...
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In educational institutions of all levels, the individuals in leadership positions have important roles to play. They are vested with the authority and responsibility of carrying out different types of tasks and functions. These are necessary in leading to enhancement of overall educational institutions. The perspectives of leadership make provisio...
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In educational institutions of all levels, the individuals in leadership positions are vested with the authority and responsibility of carrying out the functioning of the overall educational institutions appropriately. The leaders need to be well-versed in terms of values. These are the key in doing well in one’s job duties and responsibilities, ac...
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In the educational institutions of all levels, there are certain goals of educational leadership. It is necessary for the individuals in leadership positions to be well-versed in terms of goals of educational leadership. After they have generated information in terms of these goals, the leaders need to put into operation the measures and strategies...
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In educational institutions of all levels and in the system of higher education in India, the information is generated by leaders in terms of ways that would facilitate in leading to up-gradation of leadership functions. The enhancement of quality education is essential in the formation of sustainable human resource base. Furthermore, this contribu...
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Without higher education’s commitment and leadership, we will not have real democracy. This was the primary conclusion of the Global Forum on Higher Education Leadership for Democracy, Sustainability and Social Justice held at Dublin City University in June. Although this was the seventh Global Forum involving cooperation between the Council of Eu...
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This article scrutinizes the professional support provided to teachers by supervisors to improve the teaching-learning process within the dimensions of learning behaviours and learning assessment in Ethiopian primary schools. The study employs a mixed-methods research design. The questionnaires were responded to by 382 in-service postgraduate diplo...
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Background The proportion of female urologists is steadily increasing, yet they continue to be underrepresented in academic leadership positions. A postdoctoral lecture qualification (habilitation), which is mandatory for a successful scientific career, is achieved significantly less often by female urologists in Germany than by their male colleagu...
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This study investigated the influence of teachers’ educational leadership on the self-regulation learning process of the first-semester university students of the Social Communication and Journalism program in a higher education institution in Colombia. Nonexperimental quantitative methodology and transactional correlational design were employed wh...
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As the COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed the world, educational leaders needed to implement crisis management plans to mitigate its impact on their students, faculty, staff, and their families. Our research studied five cases in the education sector in the world's largest democracies: the United States of America and India. We conducted semi-structured...
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Since the advent of digital technologies two phrases have been used extensively in higher education institutions and these are digital transformation and digital leadership. This article's topic is crucial because some leaders and their staff do not know how to deal with change in systems accompanying the introduction of digital technologies. Insti...
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This research is about understanding and elevating the experienced voice of women in academic leadership positions at the mid-career point. Mid-career is a time characterized by various emotional and mental perspectives that fall along a continuum (or spectrum) from exhausted and confused to relieved and free. The study is about women holding leade...
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In contemporary medicine, superior medical practices and higher quality medical services have been increasingly linked with academic medical practices. The more academic the physician, the more likely to be described as adhering to the scientific medical practices. Therefore, there has been an increasing interest in the practices of medical leaders...
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Gender diversity and empowerment of mid-career women in the workplace have rightfully gained importance over the last decade. However, there is a paucity of research pertaining to the position of mid-career women in higher education institutions (HEI) in India. The data suggest that while there has been an increase in the number of women in the aca...
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Integrating two different systems between higher education and pesantren (Islamic boarding schools), Pesantren-based Higher Education (PTBP) is alleged as an ideal Islamic higher education model considering its critical role in the process of integration-interconnection of science and Islamic teaching. Like other Islamic higher educations in Indone...
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Graduate students have distinct information needs that necessitate developing specific abilities for preparing their research theses. In keeping with the digital transformation trajectory of the higher education global landscape, a virtual reading room (VRR) for directed reading and writing library hours was created to support graduate students...
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Faculty evaluations are a routine part of academic life, and theoretically serve to ensure fair hiring, promotion, and reward practices. In the search for efficiency, many universities are placing increased emphasis on quantitative measures that are flawed and which incorporate a bias toward team science and multi-authored work. The long-term conse...
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Purpose This article seeks to analyze the production, performance, impact, and content of scientific documents contained in an internationally recognized database, Web of Science, that consider Educational Leadership (EL) thesaurus (title, abstract and/or keywords). Research Methods To this end, a scientometric study was performed on a sample of 2,...
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Integrating two different systems between higher education and pesantren (Islamic boarding schools), Pesantren-based Higher Education (PTBP) is alleged as an ideal Islamic higher education model considering its critical role in the process of integration-interconnection of science and Islamic teaching. Like other Islamic higher educations in Indone...
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Effective leaders in healthcare settings create a motivating work environment, initiate changes in practice, and facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration to advance patient-centered care. Health professionals in cancer education need leadership development to meet the continued rise in cancer cases and to keep up with the rapid biomedical and tec...
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Background: Bibliometric assessments have been used to quantitatively and qualitatively evaluate the academic (scientific/research) productivity of medical leaders and academic medical leaders. However, emphasis has been increasingly made that paying no attention to the order and authorship role of the researcher being evaluated may lead to a misle...
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This book describes a developmental training course, which was conducted during May 2022, and was aiming at providing the participants the general principles of academic medical leadership and providing them with the essential academic knowledge needed by board certified physicians. This book can be of great interest for board certified physicians...
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Background: Bibliometric assessments have been used to quantitatively and qualitatively evaluate the scientific/research productivity of medical leaders and academic medical leaders. However, emphasis has been increasingly made that paying no attention to the order and authorship role of the researcher being evaluated may lead to a misleading H-ind...
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Background: In contemporary medicine, superior medical practices and higher quality medical services have been increasingly linked with academic medical practices. The more academic the physician, the more likely to be described as adhering to the scientific medical practices. Therefore, there has been an increasing interest in the practices of med...
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Introduction. The urgency of the problem is due to the need to increase the scientific activity and productivity of scientific and pedagogical staff (SPS), acting as the flagship of the scientific development of universities. The article examines the social community of SPS of Russian universities as one of the drivers of the development of Russian...
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It was in July 1959 that Albert Adu Boahen submitted his Ph.D. thesis to the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Having successfully passed, he became the first Ghanaian to be awarded a doctorate degree in African History from SOAS. In the same year, Boahen returned to his alma mater, the University College of Ghana...
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This study analysed the principal's leadership capacities as perceived by teachers in secondary schools in Galle division. A total of 10 government schools and 100 teachers were sampled from secondary schools in Galle division using random sampling techniques. The data was collected using a self-structured questionnaire. There were eight research q...
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In this article, we aim to work toward a rich theoretical understanding of the relationship between social identity, professional identity, and school leadership in the context of recognitional power. We approach the relationship the study constructs by problematizing the traditional areas of leadership literature that is marked by veneration of le...
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Leadership preparation is essential in developing critical skills of effective school leaders. Educational leadership preparation programs vary greatly in terms of program features, it is important to identify which specific elements are likely associated with program quality. Using multiple years of Initiative for Systemic Program Improvement thro...
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Studies that have examined organizations’ productivity and their leaders have found a rather weak relationship between a leader’s personal characteristics and organizational output. Similar empirical studies have also been conducted in relation to universities. These studies have concentrated on university leaders’ individual academic performance a...
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School leaders, which include principals and school administrators, play a significant role in promoting the achievement of inclusive education in the schools they regulate. School leadership is a key component attempts to improve education at all levels, as it encourages, inspires, and collaborates with all stakeholders, especially students, paren...
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Academic leadership is becoming an increasingly prominent topic, as universities have grown in complexity and policy reforms in many countries have strengthened the strategic role of university leaders. The importance of leadership on all organizational levels-the top management, deans and department heads, and curriculum and course directors-is in...
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Given the growing concerns regarding the education of the rapidly increasing refugee children population around the world and the scholarly attention towards refugee education contexts in educational leadership and policy fields in recent years, we were urged to locate and understand the research contribution to the relevant knowledge base. This st...
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The Decollegialization of Higher Education Institutions – an Examination of Public Sector Higher Education Institutions in Sweden This article surveys current management ideals of higher education institutions (HEIs), and our analytical focus is on the balance between line management and faculty self-governance. We present an empirical study of ev...
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This paper discusses the effect of the Headteachers’ leadership styles on Teacher performance in selected Mission and Public Secondary schools in Muchinga Province of Zambia. The sample size was 207. The study adopted a descriptive study design and a qualitative approach by engaging various stakeholders individually and in groups through in-dept...
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The Covid-19 pandemic has profoundly led to unprecedented curriculum change in the higher education institutions in Malaysia. For institutions that were not used to applying online teaching and learning by its nature, the pandemic crisis has imposed a forceful demand for all to shift the existing curricula to online mode overnight, which created a...
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Streszczenie W artykule został przedstawiony empiryczny model przywództwa akademickiego w Polsce, oparty na wymiarach relacji międzyludzkich. Prezentowane wyniki badań własnych z 2017 roku stanowią kontynuację wcześniejszych badań autorki z lat 2010-2015. Wyodrębniono podstawowe wymiary relacji interpersonalnych, które w opiniach badanych podnoszą...
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The theoretical references that underpinned a proposal for teacher training of large-scale math teachers are presented, through a diploma course aimed at teachers in primary education service, oriented in the mathematical competences for teaching, of the Republic of Panama. The theoretical framework built for this purpose, is based on various theor...
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This paper is a collation of the experiences of four Black women, all senior-level educational leaders in the United States of America. Considering the predominance of White males in educational leadership, our paper furthers the conversation around race-gender diversification in this realm. We employed a hermeneutic phenomenological approach, focu...
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Recent developments in workplace dynamics have made us even more aware of the importance of gender representation in all work-related decisions. Working from home during the pandemic, a decision that was generally the norm for European universities, forced us to rethink what are the main priorities when addressing the different needs of academic wo...
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Global climate change threatens university campuses around the world. However, prior research suggests that universities around the globe tend to prioritize preventing further climate change rather than developing plans to address the effects of ongoing, irreversible climate change. Further, scholarship on climate change and disaster resilience ten...
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Education is an essential element to the development of nations. Accordingly, Saudi Arabia has invested heavily in the development of its education sector. Nevertheless, continuous development of education, especially the higher education sector, significantly depends on the quality and adequate supply of leadership that cuts across the gender divi...
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Traditional models of academic leadership are based largely on managerial and transactional approaches. Such efforts frequently support status quo individual success rather than values-based leadership based on collective institutional or sustainability-centered pursuits. Evolved reward systems and leaderships modes that support collective and inst...
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The persistence of the marginalisation of women has dominated education leadership research recently. This study examined literature on women's education leadership and management through the lens of social justice. The study used Shields's tenets of transformative leadership to unearth and dissect issues of gender discrimination in education leade...
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ABSTRACT This research paper provides a comparison of contemporary leadership theories of situational and style approaches. Over the decades researchers have analyzed different approaches of leadership to find out the most authentic and suitable style. There are many leadership styles. To adopt any leadership style, it is important to analyze struc...
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this paper is my original study which was did to fulfill the requirements of Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership and Management in 2013. the study made its focus on the perception employees have about second order organizational change in general( i.e., positive or negative) it could be in ideal circumstance and and again their perception whe...
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MOOC on Academic Leadership Development (MOOC 3)
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En este artículo se describe la implementación de la metodología de indagación colaborativa en red (ICR). Específicamente, se da cuenta del trabajo realizado con directivos escolares de dos redes de una comuna, con un total de 21 establecimientos educacionales de educación básica. La indagación colaborativa se realizó mediante un proceso cíclico de...
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Anish Bhardwaj Department of Neurology, University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), Galveston, Texas, 77555, USACorrespondence: Anish Bhardwaj, Department of Neurology, University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), 9.128 John Sealy Annex, Route 0539, 301 University Blvd, Galveston, Texas, 77555, USA, Tel +1-409-772-8068, Email anbhardw@UTMB.EDUAbstract...
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Innovation is globally an increasing necessity for Higher Education leadership. The paper makes a substantial distinction between innovation and effectiveness (or, ‘what works’ approach as per an evidence-based agenda). It considers main assumptions of dominant educational research on this matter and shows that they seek effectiveness (i.e. adaptio...
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In the study of women in academia, the focus is often particularly on women’s stark underrepresentation in the math-intensive fields of natural sciences, technology, and economics (NTE). In the non-math-intensive of fields life, social and behavioral (LSB) sciences, gender issues are seemingly less at stake because, on average, women are well-repre...
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The present study, titled "Educational Leadership University" based on manager's entrepreneurship is objectively fundamental; part of the quantitative studies in terms of data, and based on research questions, the type of study conducted is of a field-based nature and also of a single-variable type. The statistical population of this research inclu...
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This critique highlights this article's significant contribution to contemporary literature and research since it aggresses the gap regarding the effective leadership of academic leaders in crises. It also offers a clear understanding of leaders' most challenging times in the last few decades, advocating for the need to understand the nature of dec...
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Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is a very delicate system standing on many pillars. However, the undeniably important parts of this system are the people who are actually in charge of teaching. Therefore, it is a necessity to investigate every relevant aspect. Teachers' perceived “image" of the institute could possibly be primed with...
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Leadership is comprised of everything a leader does that affects the achievement of objectives and the well-being of employees and the organization. This study was motivated by the premise that no nation grows further than the quality of its educational leaders. The purpose of this theoretical debate is to examine the wider context of leadership an...
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As traditional education transitioned from face-to-face interactions to virtual learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty and staff in dental hygiene, nursing, and exercise science programs placed students at the center of every educational decision and promoted stability in learning with their commitments to excellence in teaching and the del...
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Exposition of the ideas upon which the groundbreaking Mandel School for Educational Leadership curriculum was founded as originally conceived by Seymour Fox and further articulated by Daniel Marom.
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A description of how the ideas upon which the groundbreaking Mandel School for Educational Leadership curriculum were translated to a form of individual learning facilitation by tutors who were recruited, trained and supervised for the purpose of its implementation.
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The image of Russian science will change with the adoption of the new state program: Scientific and technological development of the Russian Federation. This paper discusses the reasons for such a significant transformation of science, and defines the tasks of federal research centers in the new system. Three federal centers of the European North o...
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The article presents a sociological view on the current problems of the scientific and pedagogical community (SPC) of universities participating in the strategic academic leadership program «Priority-2030». The main attention is paid to the characteristics of the trends in the development of the SPC, its contradictions and the possibilities of over...
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"This research topic presents important developments in the field of education as the COVID-19 crisis ripples across the world. Not only have educators everywhere had to take extraordinary measures to deal with the health and safety threats they have encountered on a daily basis since the onset of this pandemic, but they have also had to learn new...
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Educational systems worldwide promote the use of collaborative networks to foster teacher learning and improve practice in the pursuit of educational change to address longstanding equity and achievement issues. New Zealand is no exception, with its Communities of Learning/Kāhui Ako policy mandating collaboration spanning across schools—a mandate t...
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Background Limited knowledge exists on the role of advanced academic degrees within faculty positions in orthopaedic sports medicine. Purpose To 1) provide an assessment of the baseline demographics of advanced degrees among orthopaedic sports medicine faculty and 2) examine the impact of advanced degrees on research productivity and career attain...
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Head Start (HS) teachers are central to providing constructive adult–child interactions that prepare preschool-age students for school and future successes. This qualitative study included interviews with teachers and explored teachers’ perceptions of organization and teacher well-being related to improving student outcomes. Understanding the HS te...
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This article draws on case study findings of educator leadership in an online gifted education school, which emerged from a larger study exploring online engagement practices used by specialist gifted education teachers to (re)engage gifted learners. The gifted education teachers and their team leader were interviewed about leadership practices for...
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The global pandemic of 2020-2021 forced schools and universities to constantly adapt to shifting conditions. Individuals completing their internships between March of 2020 and May of 2021 faced the challenge of making adaptations not only as full-time educators and graduate students, but, in many cases, as parents as well. Gaining meaningful experi...
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As universities in Africa have grown in scope, and overall reach, so have the administrative complexities increased and become more arduous. Accountability requirements by governments, accreditation agencies, donors and other stakeholders have meant that universities must be deliberate in the management of both internal and external affairs lest th...