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Selected Publications

A selection of publications and presentations from the Centre for Educational Leadership and Administration.

Dr Sylvia Robertson

Books

Veenis, J.C., Robertson, S. & J. R. Berry (Eds.), Multiculturalism and Multilingualism at the Crossroads of School Leadership. Policy Implications of Research in Education (Vol. 11). Cham: Springer.

Book Chapters

Berry, J.R., Robertson, S. & Brooks, M. (2020). Components of linguistically & culturally responsive school leadership. In J. C. Veenis, S. Robertson, & J. R. Berry (Eds.), Multiculturalism and Multilingualism at the Crossroads of School Leadership. Policy Implications of Research in Education (Vol. 11). Cham: Springer
Robertson, S. (2017). Leading a school merger in a high-needs setting. In R. McNae, M. Morrison, & R. Notman (Eds.), Educational leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand: Issues of context and social justice (pp. 143-158). Wellington, New Zealand: NZCER Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

Robertson, S. (2020). Going hard and early: Tertiary teaching under lockdown in New Zealand. International Studies in Educational Administration, 48(2), 107-113.
Robertson, S. (2018). A New Zealand principal’s perceptions of identity and change. Leading & Managing: Journal of the Australian Council of Educational Leaders, 24(1) 33-46.
Robertson, S. (2017). Transformation of professional identity in an experienced primary school principal: A New Zealand case study. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 45(5), 774-789.
Robertson S. & Notman R. (2013) Leadership factors that influence development of teacher practice, Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice 28(2)

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Robertson, S. (2020) School leadership preparation in uncertain times: A New Zealand perspective. EDUCA Conference, Thailand, (online) November 2020
Berry, J., Robertson, S. (2019, November) Multiculturalism and Multilingualism at the Crossroads of School Leadership. Proceedings of the University Council for Educational Administration Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Robertson, S. & Notman, R. (2019, November) High-Needs Leadership in New Zealand: Implications for School Leader Preparation. Proceedings of the University Council for Educational Administration Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana
Berg, D. A. G., Brown, K., & Robertson, S. (2019, September). Metacognitive learning: Evaluating a teaching intervention. Proceedings of the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference, Manchester, UK.
Robertson, S. (2018, November). Understanding the self in leadership: Two NZ principals respond to social justice issues. Proceedings of the University Council for Educational Administration Convention, Houston, Texas.
Robertson, S. (2018, November). Transformative leadership and the leadership self. Proceedings of the New Zealand Association of Research Education Conference, Auckland NZ.
Robertson, S. (2016, April). Staying true to self: A New Zealand principal’s perceptions of self and change. Proceedings of the New Zealand Educational Administration & Leadership Society National Conference, Dunedin, NZ.

Emeritus Professor Ross Notman

Publications 

Notman, R. (2014) The interplay of values. In C. Branson & S. Gross (Eds.) A handbook of ethical educational leadership. (pp.298-332). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
Notman, R. (2014) A values-led principalship: The person within the professional. In C. Day & D. Gurr (Eds.) Leading schools successfully: Stories from the field. (pp. 117-128). London: Routledge.
Notman, R. (2012) Integrating values in the New Zealand Curriculum (2007): Four years on. Set, 3, 41-49.
Notman, R. (2012) Intrapersonal factors in sustaining New Zealand school leadership success. International Journal of Educational Management, 26, 5, 470-479.
Notman, R. (2012) Personal pathways through the leadership maze: A New Zealand perspective on the sustainable development of school leaders. In G. Lingam (Ed) Educational leadership: Emerging issues and successful practices (pp.12-29). Suva, Fiji: University of the South Pacific.
Notman R. (2012) Who is the person behind the principal? A case for self-development. The Journal of the Secondary Principals' Association of New Zealand, December, 9-10.
Notman, R. (2011). Leading New Zealand schools and centres: An introduction. In R. Notman (Ed). Successful school leadership in New Zealand: Case studies of schools and an early childhood centre. (pp.9-14). Wellington.
Notman, R. (2011). Building leadership success in a New Zealand education context. In R. Notman (Ed). Successful school leadership in New Zealand: Case studies of schools and an early childhood centre. (pp.135-152). Wellington.

Keynote Addresses

Notman, R. (2012). Faith in action for school leaders: Values-based leadership education. New Zealand Church Schools Conference, Masterton, 9 August.
Notman, R. (2010). Fire in the heart, ice in the brain! Rekindling the human spirit of educational leaders. NZEALS International Educational Leadership Conference, Christchurch, NZ.
Notman, R. (2010). Building and sustaining success in schools: Values dimensions. International Successful School Principalship Conference, National College for School Leadership, Nottingham, UK.
 

Invited International Research Seminars

Notman, R. (2014). Educational leadership research in New Zealand. Asia-Pacific Leadership Centre. Institute of Education, Hong Kong, 3 September.
Notman, R. (2014). Leadership challenges of high needs schools in New Zealand: Realities of the principal's office. University of Oxford, 2 July.
Notman, R. (2014). International School Leadership Development Network project: Preliminary results from a study of leadership of high needs schools in New Zealand. Scotland research seminar series, Glasgow University, 7 May.
Notman, R. (2014). International School Leadership Development Network project: Preliminary results from a study of leadership of high needs schools in New Zealand. Scotland research seminar series, University of Edinburgh, 28 April.
Notman, R. (2014). Establishing the Center for Educational Leadership and Administration (CELA): A New Zealand Experience. University of Texas, 21 April.

Conference Presentations

Notman, R. (2013). Ground-breaking leadership: Challenges facing New Zealand school leaders in the Christchurch earthquakes. UCEA Conference, Indianapolis, USA, 7-9 November.
Notman, R. (2012). International School Leadership Development Network project on high-needs schools: New Zealand case study findings. UCEA Conference, Denver, USA, 15-18 November.
Notman, R. (2012). How does self-reflection actually work? Creating personal capacity among New Zealand school leaders. Australian Council for Educational Leaders International Conference, Brisbane, 3-5 October.
Notman, R. (2012). So principals need values too? Implications of New Zealand research findings from the ISSPP project. Values Conference on Ethical Leadership, Brisbane, 1-2 October.
Notman, R. (2012). Meeting professional development needs of early childhood educators. Early Childhood Research Conference, Dunedin, 4 August.
Notman, R. (2012). With Henry, D., Latham, D. & Potaka, P. Case studies in successful school leadership: New Zealand findings from the ISSPP project. NZEALS International Leadership Conference, Tauranga, 12 April. Lead presenter.
Notman, R. (2011). Preparing the leadership self: A New Zealand Context. UCEA Leadership Conference, Pittsburgh, USA, 17-20 November.
Notman, R. (2011). Personal factors that impact on successful school principalships. European Education Research Association Conference, Berlin, 13-16 September.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Notman, R. (2014). Leading high needs schools: New Zealand research findings from the International School Leadership Development Network (ISLDN) project. BELMAS Conference, Stratford-on-Avon, UK, 11-13 July.