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Dr. Noel Hurley

Research

Selected Publications

Anderson, K. & Hurley, N. (In press.) Leaders as Learners: Leveraging Link for Leadership Development in an Emerging Democracy. Project Evaluation International. Journal of Management, Knowledge, and Learning 3 (1): 101–123.

Hurley, N.P. & Hurley, S. (In Press). Shared Leadership in Canadian Schools: A professional learning approach. Sense Publishers: Amsterdam, NL. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. P. (2011, May). Review of Eastern Passage and Surrounding Area School Configuration. An internal publication of the Nova Scotia Department of Education: Halifax, NS.

Hurley, N. P. (2011). Optimum sized high schools in the province of Nova Scotia. A publication of the Department of Education. Government of Nova Scotia. Halifax, NS.

Sheppard, B., Dibbon, D., & Hurley, N. (2010). Successfully leading schools in the 21st century. Part 1. Memorial University and The Commonwealth of Learning: St. John’s, NL & Vancouver, BC.

Sheppard, B., Dibbon, D., & Hurley, N. (2010). Successfully leading schools in the 21st century. Part 2. Memorial University and The Commonwealth of Learning: St. John’s, NL & Vancouver, BC.

Hurley, N.P. (2007). Induction into university graduate supervision and teaching. In K. Smith (Ed.) Teaching, Learning, and Assessing: A guide for effective teaching at college and university. Oakville, ON: Mosaic Press, 129-136. ISBN 0-88962-866-1

Hurley, N.P. (2004). Once Bitten, Twice Shy: Teachers’ attitudes towards educational change in Canada. In P. Poppelton & J. Williamson (Eds.) New realities of teachers’ work lives: An international comparative study of the impact of educational change. Cambridge, UK: Symposium Books, 57-71. ISBN 1-873927-14-2 (Refereed)

Hurley, N.P. (2002). How you speak determines how you learn: Resource allocation and student achievement. New York: Edwin Mellen Publishers. ISBN 0-7734-7252-5

 

Referreed Conference Proceedings 2006-2015

Lu, D. & Hurley, N. (2015). An Investigation of the Values and Attitudes of Teachers toward Teacher Accountability in China and Canada. A paper presented at the 13th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI.

Hurley, N. & Lu, D. (January, 2015). An Investigation of Teacher Accountability in China and Canada: A comparative study. A paper presented at the 13th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities. Honolulu, HI.

Hurley, N., Lu, D., Yu, P., Zhao, H. & Wang, X. (2014, April). Transitional experiences of Chinese students to graduate study at a Canadian University within a social, political, cultural, and linguistic context. A paper presented to the Conference on Envisioning Reciprocal Learning between Canada and China. University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Hurley, N. & Lu, D. (2014). An Investigation of the Values and Attitudes of Chinese Teachers toward Teacher Accountability in China: Early Findings. A paper presented to the Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education at the Annual general Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.

Hurley, N. (2012, April). Hurley, N., Sheppard, B. & Seifert, T. (2012, April). An Investigation of the relationship between learning community practices and student achievement in an Eastern Canadian school board. A presentation to the International Conference on Interpersonal Relations in Education. Vancouver, BC. ( Refereed)

Hurley, N. & Hurley, S. (2012, April). Teachers'and Principals'Perceptions of Shared Responsibility Taking in their own schools. A presentation to the Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education at the Annual General Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Vancouver, BC. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. (2011, May). A preliminary examination of the relationship between school size, learning community practices, and student learning. Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Sheppard, B., Hurley, N., & Dibbon, D. (2010, May). Distributed Leadership, Teacher Morale, and Teacher Enthusiasm: Unravelling the Leadership Pathways to School Success. Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, USA. (Refereed)

Menlo, A., Hurley, N., Williamson, J., Wubbels, T., Evers. T., Rosenblatt, Z., & Gardner, C. (2010, May). The Policy and Practice of Significant Responsibility-taking by Teachers in Secondary Schools in Ten Countries. Consortium for Cross-Cultural Research in Education at the Annual Conference of the American Education Research Association. Denver, USA. (Refereed)

Menlo, A., & Hurley, N. (2010, May). Interpersonal Perceptions Between Teachers and Their Principals and its Influence on Teacher Development and School Improvement: An International Study. International Conference on Interpersonal Relations in Education. Boulder, CO, USA. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. (2009, April). Teachers as Leaders in Ten Countries: An International Comparative Study. Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education. Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. (2009, April). Canadian Shared Leadership. A paper presented at the Annual General Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. (2008, March). Forms, Objectives, and Consequences in Principal, Teacher, and Community Leadership in 11 Countries. Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. & Menlo, A. (2007, April). Demonstration of a Procedure for Engaging Teachers in Professional Development in their Schools. Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. (2007, April). Shared Leadership in Canadian Education. The Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education. Chicago, IL. (Refereed)

Hurley, N. (2006, April). Principal perceptions of teachers’ wishes for responsibility sharing in education. Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. (Refereed)

 

Presentations 2006-2015

Hurley, N. (May, 2012). A presentation to The School Administrators’ Council Annual General Meeting.

Hurley, N., & Hurley, S. (April, 2012). The effect of knowing research results on teaching practices in a learning community setting. A presentation to the Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education. Vancouver, BC.

Hurley, N. (May, 2011). She’s Bad B’y, No She’s Not That Bad: Boys’ learning in Canada and Nova Scotia. A presentation to the Annual General Meeting of the Nova Scotia School Boards’ Association. Digby, NS.

Hurley, N. (May, 2011). Teachers’ perceptions of shared responsibility taking in two school boards in Newfoundland and Michigan. A paper presentation to the Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education. New Orleans, LA.

Hurley, N. (October, 2010). Principals’ use of technology in Iceland and Newfoundland and Labrador. Session Chair. Edge Conference. St. John’s, NL: Memorial University.

Hurley, N. (October, 2010). Using social media tools to improve employee and stakeholder engagement. Session Chair. Edge Conference. St. John’s, NL: memorial University.

Hurley, N. & Sheppard, B. (August, 2010). A report on Professional Learning Community Practices in Chignecto-Central Regional School Board. A presentation at CCRSB Regional Leadership Meeting, Glengarry Hotel, Truro, NS.

Hurley, N., Olsen, C., Pynch-Worthylake, N. & Tait, M. (2010, May). Cross-Country Check Up: Educational Leadership in Nova Scotia. Annual Conference of Canadian Education Association. Wolfville, NS.

Hurley, N. (2010, April). Principal-teacher and teacher-teacher interpersonal relationships. Session Chair. International Conference on Interpersonal Relations in Education. Boulder, CO, USA.

Hurley, N. (2010, April). Back to Balance: An Analysis of Educational Funding in Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia School Boards’ Association Conference. Dartmouth, NS.

Hurley, N. (2010, April). Student Learning in Chignecto-Central: A Community of Practice. Rotary Club of Truro, Truro, NS.

Hurley, N. (2010, February). Shared Instructional Leadership: Impact Strategies that Work. A presentation to Canada’s Outstanding Principals’ Awards. Rotman School of Management. University of Toronto.

Hurley, N. (2009, February). Principals as Leaders in a Learning Community. A presentation to Canada’s Outstanding Principals’ Awards. Rotman School of Management. University of Toronto.

Hurley, N. (2008, February). Strategic Planning in Chignecto Central Regional School Board: A Learning Community Approach. The Partners to Improve Education Conference. Harlow, UK.

Hurley, N. (September, 2008). Academic placement and student learning. A paper presented at Nova Scotia School Administrators’ Association, Stellarton, NS.

Hurley, N. (September, 2008). Involving teachers in educational change in Canada. A presentation to the Nova Scotia School Administrators’ Association. Stellarton, NS.

Hurley, N. (November, 2008). Leading professional learning communities: Board Chair-Superintendent Relations. A presentation to the Nova Scotia Boards’ Association. Halifax, NS.

Hurley, N. (2008, February). Learning for Life III: A Superintendent’s View. A presentation to the NSSBA. Truro, NS.

Hurley, N. (2007, May). A Learning Community Approach: Effective learning in Chignecto Central Regional School Board. A presentation to the Annual General Meeting of the Nova Scotia School Boards Association. Pictou, NS.

Hurley, N. (2007, November). Professional Learning Communities: Strategic Planning and Improved Student Learning. A presentation to the NSSBA Provincial Conference on Professional Learning Communities. Halifax, NS.

Hurley, N. (2007, October). Literacy Across the Curriculum: A Whole School Approach. A presentation at Amherst Regional High School, Amherst, NS.

Hurley, N. (October, 2007). Professional Learning Communities: Collaboratively Working to Improve Learning. A presentation to the Chignecto Family Professional Learning Network. Springhill, NS.

Hurley, N. (May, 2007). Strategic Planning in a Professional Learning Community. A presentation to the Annual General Meeting of the Nova Scotia School Boards Association, Pictou, NS.

Hurley, N. (April, 2007). Professional Learning Communities: An effective approach to student learning. A presentation to the Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education, Chicago, IL.

Hurley, N. (April, 2006). Distributed Leadership in Canadian Schooling: A comparison of teacher wishes to principal expectations. A presentation to the Consortium for Cross Cultural Research in Education. San Francisco, CA.

 

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