Research Leadership Learning Podcast

Welcome to the Research Leadership Learning Podcast from Dowling College's Research Leadership Learning Center.

On this podcast we explore many fields of knowledge related to leadership in social agencies, bringing you conversations with teachers, principals, superintendents and others working in and around the Long Island region, including Dowling faculty and Dowling doctoral candidates. By sharing research and knowledge from the field, we hope to develop a profound human awareness among leaders of social agencies in Nassau and Suffolk Counties and beyond.

Effective Schools

click to download Posted Wednesday, September 17, 2008. Total length: 36:48

"...look for the relationships in the school. Look for the tone in the school."
Dr. Tom Kelly

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The topic today is effective schools, excellence, and instructional leadership. Dr. Manley speaks with Dr. Patricia Blake about these issues as they related to her doctoral research at Dowling into charter schools. They are joined by Dr. Tom Kelly, who shares his own research into effective schools along with the ideas of Ron Edmonds, W. Edwards Deming and William Glasser. The conversation ranges from individualized education plans (IEPs), and literacy to systems thinking and character education.
 
Publications mentioned:
  • Blake, P.M. (2007).Heads' of charter schools attitudes toward autonomy, instructional leadership, sense of community, climate of continuous
    systematic improvement, and their student academic proficiency in grade eight (Doctoral dissertation, Dowling College, 2007). Dissertation Abstracts International, 68, 07A
  • Equality of Educational Opportunity Study (EEOS). Known as the Coleman Report
    Description and some data sets available through the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
    (ICPSR)
  • To Read or Not To Read: A Question of National Consequence
    November, 2007 report from the National Endowment for the Arts
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Music: Mozart's Oboe Quartet in F after K496 - Allegretto-by American Baroque courtesy of Magnatunes.

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