Profile

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Maureen Cheever

Maureen Cheever

Instructor , Master of Science in Education


Research/Scholarship

Education

Year Degree Institution
1986 PhD, Education and Social Policy
Educational Administration
Northwestern University
1982 MA, Educational Administration University of California, Berkeley
1978 BA, Elementary Education, minor in Math Purdue University

Research Interests

Teacher and principal evaluation, the changing role of principal, teacher leadership, professional development

Teaching/Advising

Courses

MS_ED 431

Instructional Coaching and Evaluation

MS_ED 451

Instructional Coaching and Evaluation Summer intensive, July 25-29

MS_ED 460

Practicum in School Leadership I The purpose of the course is to develop teachers’ understanding of and openness to growth as leaders by helping them to think insightfully about leadership and identify strategies to improve their effectiveness as leaders in schools. We will achieve this in two ways: (1) by implementing, reflecting upon, and redesigning a leadership routine (“action-observation-reflection”) to accomplish established goals at teachers’ school sites, and (2) by examining various aspects of leadership that can facilitate teachers’ personal leadership practice and development.



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