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Joining the Dots: The Challenge of Creating Coherent School Improvement


by Viviane Robinson, Linda Bendikson, Stuart McNaughton, Aaron Wilson & Tong Zhu — 2017


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 119 Number 8, 2017, p. 1-44
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21946, Date Accessed: 12/16/2017 4:19:50 AM
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  • Viviane Robinson
    The University of Auckland
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    VIVIANE ROBINSON is a Distinguished Professor in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland and Academic Director of its Centre for Educational Leadership. Her research interests include the analysis and development of the leadership and organizational capabilities associated with school effectiveness and improvement. Recent publications include “From Persuasion to Learning: An Intervention to Improve Leaders’ Response to Disagreement,” in Leadership and Policy in Schools, and “The Interpersonal Challenges of Instructional Leadership: Principals’ Effectiveness in Conversations About Performance Issues,” in Educational Administration Quarterly.
  • Linda Bendikson
    The University of Auckland
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    LINDA BENDIKSON is Director of the University of Auckland Centre for Educational Leadership. In this role, Linda and her team develop and deliver professional development for school leaders and conduct research. Linda’s current research concerns the goal-setting and problem-solving behaviors of secondary principals. Her recent publications include “Assessing the Comparative Performance of Secondary Schools,” in Journal of Educational Administration.
  • Stuart McNaughton
    The University of Auckland
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    STUART MCNAUGHTON is Professor of Education and Director of the Woolf Fisher Research Centre at The University of Auckland. He researches literacy and language development, the design of effective educational programs for culturally and linguistically diverse populations, and cultural processes in development. He is a member of the Reading Hall of Fame and the Literacy Research Panel of the International Literacy Association and is the Chief Education Scientific Advisor to the New Zealand government.
  • Aaron Wilson
    The University of Auckland
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    AARON WILSON in a lecturer in literacy in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland and an Associate Director of the Woolf Fisher Research Centre. Aaron’s main research interest is in literacy teaching and learning in secondary school subject areas. Recent publications include “Opportunity to Learn About Disciplinary Literacy in Senior Secondary English Classrooms in New Zealand,” in The Curriculum Journal, and “Raising Literacy Levels Using Digital Learning: A Design-Based Approach in New Zealand,” in The Curriculum Journal.
  • Tong Zhu
    The University of Auckland
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    TONG ZHU works at the Woolf Fisher Research Centre in advanced statistical modelling and data visualization. Tong has worked in probability theory, statistical computing, and optimization of stochastic networks with application to telecommunications networks. His current research interests include the analysis of hierarchical structured data (with particular application to New Zealand primary and secondary student achievement data), categorical data analysis, applied statistics, and data visualization.
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