Department of Educational Leadership

We prepare future administrators who are highly qualified to lead their schools in meeting state and national standards, and in adopting school reform initiatives.

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Scholarship Activities

Phillips, W. , Day, S., & Bogle, L. (2014) “School District Reorganization in Illinois:  Navigating Your Options“. Illinois Associations of School Boards, Springfield, IL.

Picciano, A., Seaman, J. & Day, S. (2014). “Online Learning in Illinois High Schools: The Voices of Principals!,”. In Heafner, T., Petty, T., & Hartshorne, R. (Eds.), “Exploring the Effectiveness of Online Education in K-12 Environments”. IGI Global, Hershey, PA

Swan, K., Day, S., Bogle, L., & Van Proyen, T. (In Press). “AMP: A Tool for Characterizing the Pedagogical Approaches of MOOC’s”. In Bonk, C., Lee, M., Reeves, T., & Reynolds, T. (Eds.), MOOC’s and Open Education Around the World. Routledge, NY.

Swan, K., Bogle, L., Day, S., & Matthews, D.  (2014). Assessing Massive Open Online Course Pedagogy.  American Education Research Association (AERA) Conference; Philadelphia, PA.

Swan, K., Day, S., Bogle, L., & Van Prooyen, T. (2014). Pedagogical Approaches to MOOC’s. eMentor. Warsaw School of Economics, Center for Development of Distance and Permanent Education; Warsaw, Poland. http://www.e-mentor.edu.pl/artykul/index/numer/54/id/1098

Swan, K., Matthews, D., Day, S., and Bogle L.  (2014). “A Collaborative, Design-Based Approach to Improving an Online Program”. Internet in Higher Education.

 

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