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UCEA Interview Series

The UCEA Interview Series is a new resource for stakeholders in educational leadership and policy, including practitioners, professors, graduate students and policy makers. Beginning August 2009, UCEA interviews educational researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and opinion leaders concerning current issues, policies and problems of practice.

Among the series topics featured in the fall of 2009 are:

 

  1. The Link Between Leadership and Student Learning
  2. Critical Differences Between the EdD and PhD in Education
  3. Turnaround Principals
  4. Using Leadership Evaluation to Inform Preparation Program Improvement
  5. Insider Information for Graduate Students

Our intent in developing this series includes: 1) improving research utilization, 2) drawing attention to critical issues, and 3) providing UCEA Members and the field with additional high quality resources.

Each Interview lasts between 30 minutes and an hour. The interviews are streamed and listeners can phone in orpost questions on our interview site. Information regarding calling in and posting questions is available on the Blogcast website, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/UCEA. The interviews will be archived on the UCEA interview series site afterwards.

Upcoming Episodes:

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Episode Archives:

 

Tuesday
Feb082011

Implications: Student Assessment in Leadership Programs

Tuesday
Feb082011

Using Internships in the Preparation of School Leaders

Tuesday
Feb082011

Implications: A Brief History of Educational Administration

Tuesday
Feb082011

Michelle Young and Gary Crow on Researching Leadership Preparation (Interview Series)

Tuesday
Feb082011

Jonathan Supovitz On the Influence of Principals and Peers on Teaching and Learning