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IED-PK | Educational Leadership: Theses / Dissertations

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Research Monographs


Student leadership opportunities and possibilities: A case from two public secondary schools of District Shigar in Gilgit-Baltistan

Author Nasir Hussain

Year 2017


Exploring pedagogical leadership in schools: Teachers’ perceptions on how principals promote teaching and learning

Author Aneela Abdul Aziz

Year 2016

Developing grade 12 student council members’ leadership skills to execute their leadership tasks effectively

Author Sumaia Azhar

Year 2016

An inquiry into grade 10 students’ leadership experiences in public and private secondary schools in the Ghizer district of Gilgit Baltistan

Author Naheed Hunar

Year 2016

Exploring the leadership practices of effective teacher leaders at a private and a public secondary school in Gilgit-Baltistan

Author Riaz Hussain

Year 2016

Exploring teachers' leadership activities in the classroom: A case of two private school teachers in Gilgit-Baltistan

Author Qurban Ali

Year 2015

Focusing on the positive core: Using appreciative inquiry for developing leadership in school organization

Author Muhammad Kamal

Year 2014

From problems to possibilities: Discovering the hidden talent of teacher leadership through appreciative inquiry in public school organization

Author Ghulam Raza

Year 2014

Building teacher leadership capacity: Appreciative inquiry in action

Author Mehboob Ali Shah

Year 2013

Effective leadership practices of a government secondary school head teacher in the rural context of Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B)

Author Muhammad Issa

Year 2013

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