Boundary Breaking: An Emergent Model for Leadership Development
Keywords:Constructivism (Learning), Cross Cultural Studies, Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Higher Education, Instructional Leadership, International Education, Leadership Training, Models, Online Systems
AbstractWe summarize the results of a cross-cultural on-line project for graduate students in educational leadership at the University of Calgary in Canada and the University of Waikato in New Zealand. A conceptual framework for the collaborative Internet project is presented in conjunction with a summary of relevant literature and participant views of the project. Finally, the authors propose a model for on-line graduate learning in educational leadership with the following components: construction of meaning, provision of a forum for discussion, validation of personal knowledge, generative learning, formal and informal leadership, sense of community, and international perspectives.
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Webber, C., & Robertson, J. (1998). Boundary Breaking: An Emergent Model for Leadership Development. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 6, 21. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v6n21.1998