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Program Design & Change Tools
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Cohort Development 

Cohort Development: A Guide for Faculty and Program Developers. Tricia Browne-Ferrigno and Bryan D. Maughan (2014) 

Learning in a Closed Cohort: Student Perspectives. Tricia Browne-Ferrigno and Bryan D. Maughan (2014) 

Preparing EdD Students to Conduct Group Dissertations. Tricia Browne-Ferrigno and Jane Jensen (2011) 

 

Student Writing Resources 

Thinking Differently: An Asset Approach to Student Writing  
by Kathryn Hayes, California State University, East Bay  
See the Asset-Based Writing Presentation here. 

Leadership Development Resources

Leader Dispositions: The Key to Leading from the Emerging Future  
by James G. Allen and Mark Wasicsko, Northern Kentucky University 

Why Students are Selecting and Education Doctorate in Community College Leadership: A Q Methodology Approach 
by James E. Bartlett II and Michelle E. Bartlett, North Carolina State University 

 

Research & Inquiry Resources 

Collaborative Course Development: A Research Course Design and Implementation 
by Megan Bunning, Augusta University, and Brandi Hinnant Crawford, Western Carolina University 

 

Based on the team members' experience developing scholarly and influential practitioners and their use of action research aimed at solving problems of practice situated in laboratories of practice, they developed an Action Research Guide that can be used by EdD students writing action research dissertations and as a complementary ‘guide’ that can be used by faculty who mentor these students. 

Research Courses in the CPED Phase I Institutions: What’s the Difference?  
by Ed Bengtson, University of Arkansas, Stephanie J. Jones, Texas Tech University and Kara Lasater, University of Arkansas 

Redesign of the Education Doctorate – Inquiry and Research 
by Stephanie J. Jones, Texas Tech University, Ed Bengston, Kara Lasater, and Maureen Murphy-Lee, University of Arkansas  
 

White Paper Redesign of the Education Doctorate: Inquiry and Research  
by Stephanie J. Jones, Texas Tech University, Ed Bengston, Kara Lasater, and Maureen Murphy-Lee, University of Arkansas  

Dr. Anthony Bryk (Carnegie Foundation): CPED & Improvement Science (June 2009) 

Dr. Anthony Bryk (Carnegie Foundation): Improvement Science (October 2008) 

Bryk, A. & Gomez, L. (2010) Getting Ideas into Action: Building Networked Improvement Communities in Education 

 

Advising Resources

Leader Scholar Communities Support Students’ Dissertation in Practice Efforts 
by Ray R. Buss, Arizona State University and James Allen, Northern Kentucky University 
S
ee the Handout here. 

Student Assessment Resources

 

Rethinking, Redesigning, and Implementing Comprehensive Exams with CPED Principles: A Comprehensive Approach 
by Randall Bowden, Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi 

 

On-line Program Resources

Also see materials from Online CIG

From Me to We Online: Cultivating Social Presence to Promote Inquiry as Practive and Collaborative Online Learning  
by Elan Paulson, Western University, Stephen Pape, John Hopkins University, and Tova Sanders, Northeastern University 

 

 

See the Handout here.

  

 

Embedded International Experiences

Global Studies and an International Field Experience in an EdD Program: Academic Importance, Professional Application, and Personal Engagement 
by Arnold Danzig and Rocio Dresser, San Jose University; Doctoral students Limary Trujillo Gutierrez, Delnaz Hosseini, Paulette Cobb, Shawn Tannenbaum 

 

The Potency of Travel-Study as a Learning Vehicle for EdD Students Who are Full-Time Practitioners 
by Edmund Hamann, Guy TraininJenelle Reeves, and Lindsey Scheinost, University of Nebraska-Lincoln  

Organizational Change & Program Redesign Resources

Implementing (or finding) Your Ed.D Mission & Vision 
by Margaret J. McLaughlin, University of Maryland 

 

by Stephanie J. Jones, Texas Tech University 

 

 

 

 

Redesign of a CPED-Inspired Educational Leadership Doctoral Program 
by Teri Melton, Juliann McBrayer, and Dan Calhoun, Georgia Southern University  

 

Lessons Learned: Writing Innovations: Key Elements in Supporting Program Graduation Rates  
by Jacqueline Hawkins and Margaret A. Hale, University of Houston  

 

Redesign of a CPED-Inspired Educational Leadership Doctoral Program 
by Teri Melton, Juliann McBrayer, and Dan Calhoun, Georgia Southern University  

 

Program Innovation and Design in an Era of Accountability 
by Joy C. Phillips, Ken Mawritz, and Kristine Lewis Grant, Drexel University 

 

Building the Capacity to Innovate: Essential Questions and Perspectives  
Harriette Thurber Rasmussen and Nicola Smith, Fielding Graduate University 

CPED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION: Program of the Year 2017 – The University of Missouri Statewide Cooperative EdD Program: The CPED Framework through the Eyes of the Tiger 
by Jennifer Fellabaum-Toston, Assistant Teaching Professor and Associate Director of the Statewide Cooperative EdD Program, University of Missouri – Columbia and Brad Curs, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis; Director of the Statewide Cooperative EdD Program, University of Missouri – Columbia  

 

 

Crossing Boundaries in a School-Wide Program: Collaborating Across Specializations  
by Candyce Reynolds and Micki Caskey, Portland State University 

 

 

Professional Development Cases on EdD Program Redesign 
Overview: The team developed a series of professional development cases based on the FIPSE research conducted by the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate. The cases focus on various issues of university preparation program redesign related to the education doctorate. The cases, although anonymous, use data from the FIPSE research so that cases are based on actual experiences of program redesign. Case One Case Two Case Three