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The Yellow Brick Road of Leadership
This paper demonstrates that the discipline of leading people to successful ends requires a unique combination of knowledge, skills, and abilities. The author examines leadership through the lens of L. Frank Baum’s ‘The ...
Utilizing Transformational and Spiritual Leadership Theory to Raise Employee Engagement
Employee engagement is critical to high performing organizations. Employee engagement starts with the leader. Therefore, a plan to increase employee engagement must start with the leadership team. The purpose of this paper ...
What are Best Practices when Addressing Students Who Have Substance Use Issues?
Research shows that progressive discipline creates a positive school culture and supports students who are in violation of school drug and alcohol policies to reach their full potential by pairing inappropriate behaviour ...
“Don’t Give Me That Red Lego Table!” How the Physical Classroom Environment Impacts Student Learning and Teacher Efficacy
This paper was initiated in order to discover how deeply a classroom’s physical design could impact a student’s learning and a teacher’s efficacy. Research is analyzed for evidence of the cumulative effects of lighting, ...
Implementing a Collaborative Cross-Curricular Approach to Inquiry-based Learning
Learning in the 21st century requires that new instructional and learning skills be implemented for both teachers and students for current and future generations of learners to be successful. The author discusses recent ...
The Need For Transformational Leaders In Education During Times of Change in British Columbia
The aims of education have evolved to include a focus on educating the whole student, in order to develop responsible citizens who are able to contribute to their community and the world at large in the 21st century. In ...