Leading Research in Educational Administration

A Festschrift for Wayne K. Hoy

Edited by:
Michael DiPaola, The College of William and Mary
Patrick B. Forsyth, The University of Oklahoma

A volume in the series: Research and Theory in Educational Administration. Editor(s): Arnold B. Danzig, San José State University. William R. Black, University of South Florida.

Published 2011

Leading Research in Educational Administration: A Festschrift for Wayne K. Hoy is the tenth in a series on research and theory dedicated to advancing our understanding of schools through empirical study and theoretical analysis that was initiated by Wayne and Cecil G. Miskel. This tenth anniversary edition honors and celebrates the research leadership Wayne has provided in the field of educational administration through his distinguished career. The festschrift is organized around the analysis of school contexts and includes constructs Wayne and his protégés have studied and researched: climate, trust, efficacy, academic optimism, organizational citizenship, and mindfulness. It concludes with the work of colleagues on the salient contemporary issues of innovation, power, leadership succession, and several others focused on improving schools. Chapter authors all have close connections to Wayne - former students and their students, as well as colleagues and friends.

Preface. About the Editors. About the Authors. INTRODUCTION: Perspectives from the Inside: Working with Wayne K. Hoy, Anita Woolfolk Hoy. Working with Wayne K. Hoy: A Student’s Perspective, Karen Stansberry Beard. CHAPTERS. In Search of Trust: Contributing to the Understanding of a Taken-for-Granted Construct, Megan Tschannen-Moran. Mindful Schools as High Reliability Organizations: The Effect of Trust on Organizational Mindfulness, Page A. Smith and Carl Steven Scarbrough. A Review of Teacher Efficacy Research: Implications for Professional Learning, John R. McIntyre. Student Academic Optimism: Confirming a Construct, Curt M. Adams and Patrick B. Forsyth. Academic Optimism, Flow, Enabling School Structures, and Life Optimism, Karen Stansberry Beard. Organizational Citizenship Behaviors, Collective Teacher Efficacy, and Student Achievement in Elementary Schools, Jeffery C. Jackson and Michael F. DiPaola. Collective Efficacies and Organizational Citizenship: Predictors of Effectiveness, C. John Tarter and J. Darrell Cooper. Problem-Solving And Decision-Making: The Ongoing Influence Of Wayne Hoy, Stephen J. Denig, Walter S. Polka, Peter R. Litchka, Frank F. Calzi, and Michael O. Brigano. Innovation In Educational Organizations: Implications For Research And Administrative Practice, Anika Ball Anthony. Genders, Power, and Silence: Theorizing the Power of Elementary Teachers in the Policy Epidemic, Heather M. Bandeen. A Research Agenda for Urban Education, Leigh McGuigan. Leadership in Urban Schools: Building Capacity for Effective Succession, Latish C. Reed, Raji Swaminathan, Gail T. Schneider, and Leigh E. Wallace.