Publications

Article for April 2020 Edition of Aurora
AEL Interview
Monitoring the Impact of Our Leadership
Leading with Knowledge In Communities of Practice
“Setting the Table for Collective Professionalism”, Principal Connections, Fall 2016, Volume 20, Issue 1, p.34 – 37.
Sustaining leadership in complex times: an individual and system solution. Chapter 7 in Developing Sustainable Leadership, Editor: Dr. Brent Davies, Sage Publications, UK.
Sustaining improved student achievement through second order change: do collaboration and leadership count? Paper presented at ICSEI, Auckland, New Zealand.
Making the most of accountability policies: Is there a role for the school district? Orbit (32)1, 37-42. University of Toronto Press.
Technology implementation: lessons for school and district leaders. Orbit (30)1, 36-39.
The school district that did the right things right. Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, Voices in Urban Education, (Fall 2005).
Accomplishing district wide reform. Journal of School Leadership Volume 16 (September), 583-595.
Leadership Sustainability: A Canadian Case Study. OECD, London England.
The Impact of Teachers’ Learning on Students’ Literacy Achievement, Presentation to The 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, (January 2007).
Putting Faces on the data. National Association of School Principals, Principal Leadership Magazine, December 2012, p48 -52.
Capture the Human Side of Learning Data – Makeover Puts Students Front and Center. Journal of Staff Development, Learning Forward VOL 34 No 1, February 2013, p 44 – 48.
Reading Recovery: A High Return on Investment for Cost-Conscious and Student Achievement-Oriented Education Systems. Journal of Reading Recovery, Fall 2013, p 53 – 60.
Pedagogically Focused Leadership: Creating Reciprocal and Respectful Relationships; Ontario Principal Council The Register, February 2015, p.35 – 39.
“From Good to Great recalculating the route..,” National Association of Secondary School Principals Principal Leadership, March 2015. p. 54 – 57
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