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Integrative Thinking and School Leadership

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Summary: In Spring Semester, 2008, a Virginia Tech principal preparation cohort from Abingdon, VA published individual modules related to Roger Martin's Integrative Thinking model and the model's relevance to school leadership. This course centers on the work of the school principal and the cohort offers their reflections on integrative thinking and its applicability to improving schools.

Instructor: Dr. Theodore Creighton

Institution: Virginia Tech

Collection Number: EDAE 5604

This collection contains: Modules by: Angela Beamer, Beth Stone-Whitt, Cara Hunnicutt, Dawn Hutton, Hope Matney, Jacob Beamer, Jerry L. Smith, Larry Williams, Michael Berry, Mitzi Frye, Pamela Smith, Rebecca Meadows, Thomas Bowers, Veita Lyle, Virginia Potter.

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