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Der Fließtext wird dynamisch an die Display- und Schriftgröße angepasst. List of Figures Foreword by Dale L. Mullen has authored and edited 20 scholarly books and more than 200 refereed journal articles and juried book chapters. Curriculum Leadership Development is an up-to-date, user-friendly textbook offering unique approaches to help readers understand the complexity of curriculum leadership. Dedicated to its motto, Ut Prosim That I May Serve , takes a hands-on, engaging approach to education, preparing scholars to be leaders in their fields and communities. Sie benötigen eine sowie eine. She has won awards for excellence in teaching and research, and is an internationally known scholar in mentoring and graduate education.
Product Description: Published with Kappa Delta Pi, Creativity and Education in China takes readers on a journey through research-supported ideas and practical examples of creative and innovative schooling within a changing regime. Houle World Award for Literature. There is much within the academic environment that can invite entry or obstruct movement. She uncovers vital information about the needs of the nation's schools that can be reflected in program content and policy reform. Mullen specializes in mentoring theory and practice in educational settings and values-oriented approaches to developing education professionals and systems. The text solidifies the concepts of curriculum and leadership in experiential learning contexts, and promotes democratic action and critical thinking.
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During her time there, Mullen worked with faculty to foster outreach identity and an international presence, to secure prominence in educational leadership and cultural foundations, to experiment with online innovations in curriculum development and delivery, and to create a strong mentoring culture of support for faculty and students that capitalizes on learning technologies. Through her history of commitment to graduate student success, Carol is now providing a far-reaching audience with her insights into the dynamic and transformational nature of mentoring relationships within the academy. Mullen uses a descriptive, qualitative approach that integrates case study, data analysis, personal reflection, and lessons learned. She mentors graduate students and new professionals, collaborating with a wide variety of scholars and practitioners. Through an opening case scenario, each chapter explores some aspect of mentoring in higher education and includes lessons learned, practical, reflective exercises, and a glossary of terms for engaging the material. Previously, she chaired the Educational Leadership and Cultural Studies Department in the School of Education at the University of North Carlina at Greensboro.
It covers national and international research on schools, higher education, and disciplines within and beyond education. This book is a 'must read' for new graduate students and for faculty dedicated to facilitating academic progress and professional development. She is also Plenary Session Representative to the University Council for Educational Administration. Product Description: Curriculum Leadership Development is an up-to-date, user-friendly textbook offering unique approaches to help readers understand the complexity of curriculum leadership. Mullen is the co-author of Educational Leadership at 2050: Conjectures, Challenges, and Promises and author of Climbing the Himalayas of School Leadership: The Socialization of Early Career Administrators. This book is a 'must read' for new graduate students and for faculty dedicated to facilitating academic progress and professional development. She will study at Southwest University, Beibei District, Chongqing, from May to June 2015.
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