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Departmental leadership in higher education

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Published by Society for Research into Higher Education, Open University in Phildelphia, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Administration,
  • Universities and colleges -- Departments,
  • Departmental chairmen (Universities),
  • Educational leadership

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementPeter T. Knight and Paul R. Trowler, eds.
    ContributionsKnight, Peter, 1950-, Trowler, Paul.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2341 .D4143 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6793562M
    ISBN 10033520676X, 0335206751
    LC Control Number00060676

    Change has also characterised the Norwegian higher education system since the s. This trend will continue in the years to come as the higher education system in Norway faces a new comprehensive reform. A White Paper published in the spring of announced quality reform for higher by:   Leadership should work with the facilitator to plan the event, build the agenda, and share as much as possible about the operations, values, goals and challenges of the group. Once the facilitator has all the information that she or he needs then the departmental leaders should assume a roll similar to all the participants.

    The book highlights how leadership practices and preferences concerning leadership can vary considerably in different disciplinary, departmental and historical contexts. Leaders and managers in universities and other educational organisations will benefit from the resulting insight and understanding of cultural and social dynamics in the units.   While leadership has been considered in the higher education (HE) sector, including leadership in learning and teaching (L&T), there is an absence of studies that consider the viewpoint of perhaps the key stakeholder—the by:

    4 Instructional Practices, Departmental Leadership, and Co-Curricular Supports Major Messages. Adoption of reformed curriculum and reformed teaching practices remains difficult because of such barriers as little support from other faculty and the department, few incentives for improved teaching, inappropriate classroom infrastructure, limited awareness of research-based instructional practices. Robert M. Hendrickson is a professor of Education in Higher Education and Senior Scientist in and Interim Director of the Center for the Study of Higher Education at Penn State. His research and teaching interests include legal issues, organizational theory, administration and governance, and faculty employment issues.


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