Scholarship of Leading

Mini-Cases of Educational Leadership in Action

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Carol Rolheiser and Angela Carbone presented Scholarship of Leading at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) conference in Atlanta, Georgia on October 10, 2019. You can view their conference presentation as a PDF.

INTRODUCTION
ANALYSIS
DISCUSSION & CONCLUSIONS
MINI-CASE #1: The Teaching Scholars Program (Jacqueline Fields, Natasha Kenny, and Robin Mueller)
MINI-CASE #2: Distributed Leadership to Embed Scholarship in STEM Teaching Teams (Tina Acuna and Jo-Anne Kelder)
MINI-CASE #3: Leading Digital Transformation (Kevin Ashford-Rowe)
MINI-CASE #4: Learning in Three Dimensions: How Collaborative Learning Takes Root (S. Nouman Ashraf)
MINI-CASE #5: Engaging Staff in a Professional Development Program (Charlotte Brack)
MINI-CASE #6: Mentoring for Teaching Improvement (Angela Carbone)
MINI-CASE #7: Teaching and Learning Enhancement Grants: Cultivating Educational Leadership (Miriam Carey)
MINI-CASE #8: Mentorship of Graduate Students in Teaching Pedagogical Research (Andrew P. Dicks)
MINI-CASE #9: Developing and Implementing Hub-and-Spoke Models of Operations (Nina Fotinatos)
MINI-CASE #10: Teaming Up to Re-Imagine Undergraduate Education (Michelle French)
MINI-CASE #11: Enhancing Educational Leadership Through an Education-Focused Career Pathway (Johan Geertsema)
MINI-CASE #12: Holistically Supporting Applied Leadership in a Higher Education Institute (Elliot Henderson)
MINI-CASE #13: Shared Leadership Bridges Application and Strategy for Teaching and Learning Support Teams (Elizabeth Johnson)
MINI-CASE #14: Team-Building and Assessing Impact Through a Centre Review Using Multiple Lenses on Change (Janice Miller-Young)
MINI-CASE #15: A Service Learning Partnership Between the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) and Ontario Secondary Schools (Judith Poë)
MINI-CASE #16: Developing High Impact Work-Integrated Learning in Science (Gerry Rayner)
MINI-CASE #17: Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through a New Institutional Cascaded Course Evaluation Framework (Carol Rolheiser)
MINI-CASE #18: Development and Implementation of Victoria University’s Block Model (Ian Solomonides)
MINI-CASE #19: Designing a Studio Classroom to Promote Active Learning Pedagogy (Olivier St-Cyr)
MINI-CASE #20: Faculty Learning Community on Indigenizing the Academy (Michelle Yeo)
MINI-CASE #21: Engaging Staff in a Professional Development Program (Vicki Zhang)
REFERENCES
APPENDIX

 

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Rolheiser, C., Carbone, A., Macnab, E., & Ye, J. (Eds.). (2019). The scholarship of leading: Mini-cases of educational leadership in action. Toronto, ON: Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation, University of Toronto. https://teaching.utoronto.ca/sotl/
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Authors:
Carol Rolheiser
Professor, Department of Curriculum, Teaching & Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) & Director, Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation
University of Toronto
Canada

Angela Carbone
Professor, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, & Associate Dean Learning Innovation, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology
Swinburne University of Technology
Australia

Erin Macnab
Coordinator, Programs & Strategic Initiatives, Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation
University of Toronto
Canada

Jing Ye, Ph.D.
National Awards Project Coordinator, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology
Swinburne University of Technology
Australia