Auditor's Report with regards to compliance as at April 15, 2009
Smith, D., & Qua-Hiansen, J. (2015). Democratic dialogue as a process to inform public policy: Re-conceptualizing a supervisory officer’s qualification program. International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership 10(1), pp. 1-32.
Smith, D. (2010). Developing leaders using case inquiry. Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, 4(2), pp. 104-124.
Ethical practice resides at the core of the teaching profession in Ontario, Canada, and is based on an agreed-upon set of ethical standards and principles by both the teaching profession and the public. Starratt’s (2004) understanding of ethics as the principles, beliefs, assumptions, and values that characterize a moral life shapes this core.
Smith, D., Kelly, D., & Allard, C. (2016). Dialogic spaces: A critical policy development perspective of educational leadership qualifications. International Journal of Leadership in Education. 20(4), pp. 393-415.
The Council of the Ontario College of Teachers approved this advisory on June 4, 2015 to remind members that they have a duty to report abuse and/or neglect of children and youth. This may be read in conjunction with previous advisories such as Professional Misconduct Related to Sexual Abuse and Sexual Misconduct, and Safety in Learning Environments: A Shared Responsibility.
Smith, D. (2012). The power of collective narratives to inform public policy: Reconceptualizing a principal’s qualification program. International Journal of Leadership in Education 16(3), pp. 1-18.
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