Implications of Preparing School Administrators for Knowledge Work Organizations: A Case Study
Journal of Educational Administration
Article publication date: 1 January 1992
Based on a university department of educational administration′s initiative to reconceptualize its doctoral degree programme, the reconstructed model is based on four innovations: (1) an intellectual reconceptualization of the purpose of preparation away from the traditional manager in training perspective, towards a model that views school leadership as a shared, reflective, moral, intellectual activity; (2) a clinical, field‐based research experience that applies theory to practice; (3) an instructional programme, modelling active problem‐solving models of enquiry; (4) some new structural elements, such as a cohort of highly stationed, mid‐career administrators, each scheduled to complete the degree in three years. Focuses on the programme′s philosophy, curriculum, instructional design and research agenda.
Mulkeen, T.A. and Cooper, B.S. (1992), "Implications of Preparing School Administrators for Knowledge Work Organizations: A Case Study", Journal of Educational Administration, Vol. 30 No. 1. https://doi.org/10.1108/09578239210008790
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