Dr. Wendy Poole is a former secondary school teacher and leader from Nova Scotia. She received a M.Ed. from Mount Saint Vincent University and a PhD from Syracuse University. Her research interests include teacher unions and teacher union leadership, organizational learning and professional learning communities in education, identity in work organizations, and the impact of neo-liberal and neo-conservative policies on K-12 education. Dr. Poole teaches courses related to leadership and the aims of education, teacher unions and education, organizational learning, and identity and power in work organizations.
Poole, W. Unionization and Teacher-Administrator Trust Relationships. Presented at Convention 2000, University Council for Educational Administration, Albuquerque, NM, November 3-5, 2000.
Lafleur, C., Levin, B., Poole, W., Rees, R. Sheppard, B. Should CASEA attempt to influence public policy? A conversation. Presented at the Annual Conference, Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Edmonton, May 24-28, 2000.
Poole, W., & Reagan, T. The Promise of Preservice Teacher Leadership Development. Presented at the Annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 24-28, 2000.
Poole. W. The Impact of Unionization on Teacher-Administrator Relationships in BC. Presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Edmonton, Alberta, May 24-28, 2000.
Poole. W. The Multiple Processes of Organizational Change. Annual Conference of the National Staff Development Council, Dallas, TX, December 4-8, 1999.
Poole. W. Teacher Union Interests and Emerging Forms of Teacher Unionism. Annual Convention of the University Council for Educational Administration, Minneapolis, MN, October 29-31, 1999.
Poole. W. Leading Discontinuous Change in Education. Ninth General Assembly of the World Future Society. Washington, DC, July 28-August 2, 1999.
|Gordon Yu||M.Ed.||1996||1999||Carolyn Shields|
|Beathen Thomas||M.Ed.||1996||1999||Dan Brown|
|Darrell Cavanagh||M.Ed.||1996||1999||Dan Brown|
|Ted Fung||M.Ed.||1996||1999||Dan Brown|
|Deborah Jones||M. Ed.||1999||Dan Brown|
|Jack Duncan||M.Ed.||2001||Wendy Poole|
|Susan Reardon||M.Ed.||2001||Wendy Poole|
|Michael Gordon||M.Ed.||2001||Wendy Poole|
|William Shaw||M.Ed.||2001||Wendy Poole|
|Jane Marie Kirwan Orser||M.Ed.||2000||Dan Brown|
|Jim Munk||M.Ed.||2000||Dan Brown|
|Wade Gemmell||M.Ed.||2000||Dan Brown|
|Robert Beatty||M.Ed.||2000||Dan Brown|
|Glen Overgaard||M.Ed||2000||Dan Brown|
|David Bennett||M.Ed.||2000||Dan Brown|
|Stephen Laird||M.Ed.||2001||Dan Brown|
|Ellen Retelle||Ph.D.||1998||Lesley Andres|
|Steve Oberg||Ph.D.||1998||Jean Barman|
EADM 501: Research and Research Traditions in Educational Administration
EADM 581: Leadership, Administration and the Aims of Education
EADM 565: Teacher, Unions and Schools
EADM 565A & D: Staff and Organizational Learning
EDST 314: Social Issues in Education
Memberships on scholarly societies, including offices held and dates American Educational Research Association, Member (1991-) Teachers Work/Teachers Unions, AERA Special Interest Group (1994- American Sociological Association, Member (1996-) Canadian Society for the Study of Education (1999- ) Canadian Association for the Study of Educational Administration (1999- ) World Future Society, (1996- )