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Principal Leadership in Taiwan Schools

reviewed by Edmond Law - May 25, 2011

coverTitle: Principal Leadership in Taiwan Schools
Author(s): Roger Shouse and Kuan-Pei Lin
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham
ISBN: 1442206160, Pages: 140, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 25, 2011
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  • Edmond Law
    Hong Kong Institute of Education
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    EDMOND LAW, an associate professor at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, specializes in curriculum studies, distributive leadership, and language in education. His current research interests focus on using socio-cultural theories such as activity theory in the study of the processes of the emergence of distributive leadership in school-based curriculum development teams. His recent published work includes Schools as Curriculum Agencies: Asian and European Perspectives on School-based Curriculum Development (first editor, published by Sense Publishers, 2010), “Managing school-based curriculum innovations: A Hong Kong case study” (first author, the Curriculum Journal, 2010), and “Distributed curriculum leadership: A Hong Kong case study” (first author, Education Management Administration & Leadership, 2010). His current projects include a socio-cultural approach to the study of teacher learning in Japanese lesson study.
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