Dr. Eileen S Johnson
Department: Educational Leadership
Office: 480F Pawley Hall
Phone: (248) 370-2627
Fall 2011 and Winter 2012: Wednesdays, 2:00 - 4:00 and by appointment at other times.
EA 747: Program Evaluation
EA 749: Testing, Measurement, and Data Analysis
EA 750 & 751: Action Research
ED 801: Philosophical and Ethical Issues in Leadership
ED 804: Learning Theories and Psychological Issues in Education
ED 732: Qualitative Research Methods
IB 678: Professional Learning through Reflective Practice and Research
IB 679: Professional Learning through Collaborative Action Research
The application of alternative research models, especially phenomenology and chaos / complexity theory, to educational inquiry; Investigation of psychological processes within the context of educational environments including interpersonal process recall, behavioral procrastination, and psychological type; international comparisons of educational systems.
Ph.D. Educational Psychology - University of Houston
Ed.S. School Psychology - University of Detroit Mercy
M.Ed. Educational Psychology/Special Education - University of Houston
B.S. Elementary Education - Ball State University
Johnson, E.S. (2008). Ecological systems, complexity, and student learning: Toward an alternative model of accountability in education. Complicity: International Journal of Complexity and Education.
Johnson, E.S. (2007). Sailing through the murky waters of leadership ethics: Use of problem-based learning in an educational leadership graduate course. NCPEA 2007 Yearbook.
Johnson, E.S. (2007). Parallel worlds of education and medicine: Art, science, and evidence. Educational Leadership Review.
Johnson, E.S. (2006). Caveat lector: A critical analysis of the philosophical and epistemological assumptions underlying ‘best practices.’ NCPEA 2006 Yearbook.
Johnson, E.S. (2006). Preparing educational leaders for today and tomorrow: A critical discussion. Educational Leadership Review.
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