|A narrative study of international teachers' transitional identities in U.S. high schools
||In an increasing globalized society, the number of professionals, including teachers working in foreign countries has increased. Additionally, the growing diversity in U.S. schools today and the added challenge of equipping students with 21st century...
|Exploring the likelihood of Black women self-actualizing: the struggle to recover from racial trauma
||This paper examines how Black women who have experiened trauma make meaning of lived experiences. The informants' autobiographies provide data for a team approach to psychological phenomenology, a psychological autopsy. The inner lives are traced fro...
|Teacher leaders' perceptions of the use of humor in the high school classroom
||The purpose of this study was to investigate teacher leaders' perceptions of the use of humor in the high school classroom. For the purposes of this qualitative research the case study method was used. The question of what makes teachers successful w...
|Crafting one’s brand to fit: an exploration of Black female principals’ construction and navigation of their leadership identities
||African American female school leaders have a great responsibility and complex task before them. Not only are they charged with managing and improving schools, leading and empowering staff, and ensuring that the students under their care find academi...