IEJLL: International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning

The International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning (IEJLL) promotes the study and discussion of substantive leadership issues that are of current concern in educational communities. Preference is given to articles and commentaries that focus upon issues with a significant impact upon life in schools.

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2013 re-launch of The International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning

 
The International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning (IEJLL, 1997-2009) has been reconstituted in 2013 as the International Journal for Leadership in Learning (IJLL) at IJLL (http://ijll.journalhosting.ucalgary.ca).

The 1997-2009 issues of IEJLL can be accessed by clicking the Archives tab on this page.
 
Posted: 2013-03-05
 
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Volume 13, 2009

Table of Contents

Articles

Alberta's Student Teacher Practicum: A Legal Analysis of the Statutory and Regulatory Framework, 13(1) PDF
J. Kent Donlevy
Perceptions of College Faculty Regarding Outcomes Assessment, 13(2) PDF
Heath Marrs
Educational Leaders’ Challenges in Creating Equitable Opportunities for English Language Learners, 13(3) PDF
Elizabeth Murakami
Exploring Diversity in Higher Education Management: History, Trends, and Implications for Community Colleges, 13(4) PDF
Andree Robinson-Neal
Building the Foundations for Data-Based Decision Making: Creating Consensus on Language and Concepts, 13(5) PDF
Karen Crum
Examining the Invisibility of Girl-to-Girl Bullying in Schools: A Call to Action, 13 (6) PDF
Suzanne SooHoo
The ‘R’ Word in Teacher Education: Understanding the Teaching and Learning of Critical Reflective Practice Under Construction, 13(7) PDF
Michael McCabe, Steve Walsh, Ronald Wideman, Eileen Winter


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