The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Self evaluation, Context and Educational leadership. Pedagogy is closely attributed to Public relations in his study. His Mathematics education research integrates issues from Professional development and Audit.
His Educational leadership study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Servant leadership, Management, Distributed leadership and Leadership studies. The Situational leadership theory research John MacBeath does as part of his general Management study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Performance art, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His studies deal with areas such as Teacher leadership and Instructional leadership as well as Distributed leadership.
John MacBeath spends much of his time researching Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Educational leadership, Public relations and Self evaluation. His work on Professional development, Instructional leadership and Professional learning community as part of general Pedagogy research is frequently linked to Work and Context, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work in the fields of Experiential learning, Active learning and Educational technology overlaps with other areas such as Arts in education.
His Educational leadership study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Servant leadership, Leadership style, Leadership studies and Shared leadership. His Leadership studies research incorporates elements of Social science and Education theory. His study in the fields of Middle management under the domain of Public relations overlaps with other disciplines such as Process.
Pedagogy, Educational leadership, Public relations, Professional development and Mythology are his primary areas of study. His research ties Field and Pedagogy together. His work on Instructional leadership is typically connected to Questionnaire data as part of general Educational leadership study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Public relations study incorporates themes from Student learning, Framing and Education policy. His Professional development research includes themes of Transfer of training, Friendship, Teacher leadership and Leadership development. Many of his studies on Mythology apply to Heresy as well.
John MacBeath mainly focuses on Professional development, Educational leadership, Pedagogy, Political economy and Colonialism. His Professional development study combines topics in areas such as Transformative learning and Equity. His Educational leadership research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Head teachers, Multimethodology and Excellence.
John MacBeath mostly deals with Instructional leadership in his studies of Pedagogy.
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Second international handbook of educational leadership and administration
K Leithwood;P Hallinger;G Furman;K Riley.
Connecting Leadership and Learning : Principles for Practice
John MacBeath;Neil Dempster.
Leadership as distributed: a matter of practice
School Leadership & Management (2005)
Schools Must Speak for Themselves: The Case for School Self-Evaluation
Self-Evaluation in European Schools: A Story of Change
John MacBeath;Michael Schratz;Denis Meuret;Lars Jakobsen.
Improving School Effectiveness
John MacBeath;Peter Mortimore.
Effective School Leadership: Responding to Change
Leadership for learning
International Encyclopedia of Education (Third Edition) (2010)
How teachers value and practise professional learning
David Pedder;Mary James;John MacBeath.
Research Papers in Education (2005)
Teachers Under Pressure
Maurice Galton;John MacBeath.
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