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Friday, November 18 • 5:40pm - 6:50pm
Innovations in Leadership Preparation

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Clinical Scholarship: Clinical Experiences for Re-Envisioned Leadership. Lynn Wheeler, John W. Somers (University of Indianapolis)

Our Ignite presentation will describe a university’s strategic planning to restructure clinical/internship experiences to cultivate transformative leadership skills and enhance the rigor of assignments as well as the definition of candidate success. A core component of the new eld work includes the use of high-quality building-level mentors supervising and assessing authentic experiences. Candidate data from five cohort groups and a qualitative survey of 50 mentors will be shared.

Avatars, Interactors, and Coaching Feedback: Master’s Degree Candidates’ Perception of Effectiveness of Mixed Reality Experiences. Rosemarye Taylor, Hilary Buckridge (University of Central Florida)

The purpose is to provide insight into how this mixed reality technology using avatars managed in real time by interactors has been employed in one MEd in Educational Leadership program from Fall 2013 through Spring 2015. Candidates’ (N = 141) perspectives gathered through quantitative and qualitative measures on virtual rehearsal in a mixed reality environment and coaching feedback, both immediately after the practice and months later at the completion of the administrative internship, will be explored.

Leadership Development Ecological Framework. Karen L. Sanzo, Old Dominion University

Leadership preparation and development research has been primarily bifurcated in its approach: (a) research on and practical application of leadership preparation for aspiring leaders who are seeking credentialing and (b) research and practical application of postcredential development programs that are traditionally district based and focused on supporting current school leaders. This Ignite session will present a conceptual framework around an ecological approach to leadership development that blends the two.

Re-Envisioning Leadership Training in Indian Education Settings Through University Partnerships. Alex Red Corn, Kansas State University

American Indian education environments are highly unique sociocultural and political settings, and the leadership knowledge and skills needed in these settings are often absent in traditional educational leadership training programs. This presentation aims to discuss how creating university partnerships with tribal communities may provide a more appropriate preparation program for educational leaders who plan to practice in these settings, and how university partnerships may also help ll similar needs in other unique settings.

Theoretical Considerations and Practical Strategies for Teaching Practitioner-Scholars in EdD Programs. Katherine Cumings Mans eld, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jaime Stacy, Henrico County Public Schools

The purpose of this Ignite presentation is to spark interest and awareness around theoretical and practical elements that we have found essential in our work teaching practicing educational leaders. First, we share the literature that makes important distinctions between pedagogy and andragogy. Then, we share what we have learned from the literature (and our on-the-ground experiences) concerning the strengths and weaknesses of using the team-teaching model.



Friday November 18, 2016 5:40pm - 6:50pm
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Floor 5 - Richard B

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