SHENG-LUN CHENG & SHENG-BO CHEN
THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATION ON TPACK IN TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of motivation on technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) in a technology professional development (TPD) program. Participants’ perceived ability to evaluate digital content evaluation was found to be the most significant predictor of TPACK among other motivation predictors.
KRISTA PREDRAGOVICH & LISA LONGO
USING CREATED METAPHOR TO ENHANCE COUNSELOR TRAINEE SELF-EFFICACY
Preliminary findings from a continuing study with clinical mental health counseling students, investigating the effects of a creative supervision group during their internship year will be shared. We will discuss the impact of using metaphor and experiential activities, as well as the pedagogical implications.
EDUCATIONAL STUDIES, EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION
ANIKA ANTHONY, ADVISOR
CROSSING THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN INSTRUCTIONAL AND TRANSFORMATIONAL SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
Along the development of instructional and transformational leadership, the overlaps between the two conceptualizations expand in terms of the school’s needs and school leaders’ practices, indicating a fluid relationship between the developing school leadership theories and the significance of an integration framework of school leadership.