David Coulter joined the Faculty of Education in 1995 after working in Quebec and Manitoba schools for more than 25 years. At various times in his career, he has been a classroom teacher in both elementary and secondary schools, a consultant, a school principal, and a superintendent.
Educational judgment including: conceptions of education in a pluralist, democratic society; educational teaching and educational leadership; educational action research.
Coulter, D. L. & Wiens, J. R. (Eds.) (2008). Why Do We Educate? Renewing the Conversation, The 107th Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Vol. 1. Boston: Wiley-Blackwell.
Coulter, D. (2002). Creating common and uncommon worlds: using discourse ethics to decide public and private in classrooms, Journal of Curriculum Studies, 34 (1), 25-42.
Coulter, D. & Wiens, J.R. (2002). Educational judgment: Linking the actor and the spectator. Educational Researcher, 31 (4), 15-25.
EADM 581 Leadership, Administration and the Aims of Education
EDST 601 EdD Doctoral Seminar
EADM 565 Fostering Educational Judgment