Doctoral Dissertations Educational Leadership

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Concordia University’s doctorate degree program is designed to prepare candidates to become transformational leaders in education, ready to make an immediate and long-term positive impact in schools, government, academia, business, and not-for-profit organizations.

Concordia University’s doctorate degree program is designed to prepare candidates to become transformational leaders in education, ready to make an immediate and long-term positive impact in schools, government, academia, business, and not-for-profit organizations.

Mc Pherson PDF The Experiences of Houston Teachers Using Incentives to Motivate Low Performing Students, Dinah L.

Melton PDF Perspectives of Adult Learners and Faculty on Technology Integration and Student Achievement Levels, Joy Melvin PDF Technology Integration Experiences and Perceptions of Southeastern Secondary Teachers, Candace M.

Scharp PDF Rural General Education Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Inclusion: A Study of Candidates’ Self-efficacy and Attitude toward Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms, Neria Sebastien PDF Community College Instructors Perception of the Influence of Online Best Teaching Practices on Student Outcomes, Anthony S.

Spagnuolo PDF Understanding the Authenticity of University-Based Mentoring Experiences of Aspiring Principals in the Turnaround School Leaders Program (TSLP): A Multiple Case Study, Christine Spear PDF Perceptions of Academic Success and Quality of Life Issues Among Undergraduate University Students, Susan Sunden PDF Using Teachers’ Experience with Technology to Understand Their Learning and Teaching Styles, Andrea E. Tennant PDF The Preparedness of Teachers in the Midwest Lutheran Synod to Teach English Language Learners: A Case Study in One High School, Ben Troge PDF Generation Z: Perceptions from Today’s Collegiate Athlete on the Coach-Athlete Relationship and Its Impact on Success in Athletics, Mandy R.

Jupin PDF The Relationship Between Nursing-Faculty Incivility and New-Graduate-Nurse Self-Confidence During Transition to Practice: A Correlational Study, Martha Kershaw PDF A Case Study on Elementary Teachers’ Experiences Teaching Computer Science, Steve T.

Kong PDF The Transition Experiences of High Achieving High School Students from Secondary Education to College : A Case Study, Lori Christine Lachowsky PDF Taking Back Control: A Quantitative Study on Teacher-targeted Bullying, Rebecca Lamberth PDF Understanding the Role of Substitute Teachers, Amy Landis PDF Elementary Teacher Professional Development for Computer Science and Digital Game-Based Learning, Christopher Levy PDF A Phenomenological Study: The Lived Experiences of Females Enrolled in Nontraditional Programs in Career and Technical Education, Shawna Beth Little PDF High School Students and Teachers Ethical Perceptions of using Cognitive Enhancers for Academic Achievement, Wendy Mc Lellan-Kelly PDF Understanding the Experiences of Latino Community College Students on Academic Probation: A Case Study, Maria P.Weber-Robinson PDF The Accuracies of Assessment-based Grading Compared with Total-points Grading Practices in Secondary Math Education, Emily Winter PDF Teacher Experiences Regarding a Trauma-Informed Care Model in a Residential Facility School, Tammy Allen PDF Human Resource Management Practices for Public School Principals: Recruitment, Selection, and Development, David E.Atherton PDF The Impact of a Collaborative Data-Inquiry Culture, as Promoted by the Harvard University Data Wise Improvement Process, on Student Achievement., Kenneth I.Each of these roles requires theoretical and practical knowledge, application of skills, and appropriate professional dispositions.The Educational Leadership Doctoral Program is an Education Doctorate (Ed. The program includes three concentrations, Leadership in Educational Administration, Leadership in Curriculum and Instruction, and Leadership in Higher Education.Griffin PDF Schools' Mission Statements, Local Education Agencies' Strategic Plans, and School Accountability, Amber Holomshek PDF The Relationship Between Reading Level and Standardized Achievement Results, Monifa Johnson PDF Middle School Teacher Perceptions of the Use of the Growth Mindset Strategies to Improve Student Motivation in Title I Schools, Aressa R.Jones PDF A Study of the Implementation of Digital Textbooks in Middle Schools, Jessica A.Students will consult with an advisor to develop a program of study.Please see the Program Requirements for more information about coursework.Please see Internships and Directed Independent Studies and the Doctoral Student Handbook for more information about the internship and dissertation components of the program.The Educational Leadership Doctoral Program is an innovative program featuring: For more information about application deadlines, please visit the Graduate School website.

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