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Saturday, November 19 • 11:00am - 12:10pm
Preparing Practitioner-Scholars for the Complexities of Research: Re-Imagining Methods Training for Educational Leadership Students

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The symposium will examine questions regarding the emerging concept of practitioner-scholarship and how research training in educational leadership programs intersects with the inherent complexities of doing research in school and district settings. The symposium thus highlights how practitioner-scholarship relates to various theoretical, epistemological, and methodological issues as well as what programmatic structures are best suited for research preparation. Symposium participants include leading qualitative and quantitative researchers in educational leadership. Audience participation will be encouraged.

Conceptualizing Practitioner-Scholarship for Educational Leadership Research and Practice. Chad Lochmiller, Jessica Lester (Indiana University)

Enriching the Preparation of Education Researchers and Practitioner-Scholars: Linking School District Research Priorities and University-Based Research Courses. Betty Malen, University of Maryland

Scaffolding Learning For Practitioner-Scholars: The Philosophy and Design of a Qualitative Methodology Course. Julie Slayton, Artineh Samkian (University of Southern California)

Quantitative Research Methods Training in Education Leadership Programs as Disciplined Inquiry for Building School Improvement Capacity. Alex J. Bowers, Teachers College, Columbia University

Saturday November 19, 2016 11:00am - 12:10pm
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Floor 5 - Duluth A

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