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J. Tim Goddard

My primary area of research and teaching is educational leadership and administration, broadly defined, with a focus on the role and impact of cultural and demographic change on structural systems within schools serving minority and marginalized populations.

Degrees: 

PhD (Alberta)

MEd, BEd (Saskatchewan)

Cert. Ed. (Cambs.)

Position: 
Dean
Department: 
Education
Faculty: 
Education
Phone: 
(902) 566-0349
Research Interests: 
  • Educational leadership and administration across cultures
  • Ethnocultural diversity and developmental education
  • School systems as organizations
  • The role of the principal in school culture
  • The preparation and professional development of teachers
Citations: 
  1. Goddard, J. T., Johansson, O., & Norberg, K. (Forthcoming). Managing equity: Experiences from Canada and Sweden. International Studies in Educational Administration.
  2. Goddard, J. T. (2008). The physical, philosophical and political domains of educational development and reconstruction: A case study from post-colonial Europe. In A. Abdi and S. Guo  (Eds.), Education for social development: Global issues and analyses (pp. 207 – 218).  Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers (formerly Kluwer).
  3. Goddard, J. T. (2008). Education leadership development in Kosovo. In M. Brundrett and M. Crawford (Eds.), Developing school leaders: An international perspective (pp. 69-89). London: Routledge.
  4. Billot, J., Goddard, J. T., & Cranston, N. (2007). Principals’ decision-making in a web of ethnocultural diversity: Learnings from three countries. International Studies in Educational Administration, 35 (2), 3-19.
  5. Goddard, J. T. (2007). The professional development needs of educational leaders in post-conflict Kosovo. Educational Forum, 71 (3), 200-210.
Current Collaborators (non-UPEI): 

·         Prof. Olof Johansson, Umea Unviersity, Sweden

·         Dr Betty Merchant, University of Texas at San Antonio

·         Prof. Robert J. Starratt, Boston College