Chad R. Lochmiller
Indiana University
Educational leadershipEpistemologySociologyPrincipal (computer security)Mathematics educationPsychologyPolitical scienceQualitative researchPedagogyIntersectionInstructional leadershipEducational attainmentCoachingContext (language use)AttritionResource allocationScience instructionPublic administrationPublic relationsMedical educationProfessional developmentEducation policySemi-structured interviewDiscourse analysisShared leadershipTeaching method
47Publications
8H-index
246Citations
Publications 42
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Principals are increasingly called upon to support effective instruction and student learning across content areas. Content and process standards emphasize the need for leadership that addresses te...
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#1Jessica Nina LesterH-Index: 16
#2Yonjoo ChoH-Index: 12
Last. Chad R. LochmillerH-Index: 8
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Given the vast and diverse qualitative analytic landscape, what might be a generative starting point for researchers who desire to learn how to produce quality qualitative analyses? This question i...
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The purpose of this paper is to report findings from a systematic literature review that explore how recent research on instructional leadership has addressed the role of mathematics and science instruction.,Using Hallinger’s (2014) approach to conducting systematic reviews, the review included 109 peer-reviewed articles published since 2008 in leading mathematics and science education journals. An a priori coding scheme based upon key leadership behaviors articulated in Hitt and Tucker’s (2016)...
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#1Joshua R. Zender (HSU: Humboldt State University)H-Index: 1
#2Chad R. Lochmiller (IU: Indiana University Bloomington)H-Index: 8
This case positions the reader as the superintendent of Daly City Community Schools (DCCS), a mid-sized public school district located in the Midwestern United States facing a fiscal crisis. The ca...
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#1Chad R. Lochmiller (IU: Indiana University Bloomington)H-Index: 8
This chapter represents an initial attempt to define credibility as it relates to instructional supervision in ninth through twelfth grade. The study aimed to determine how differences in the definitions held by administrators and teachers necessitate differentiation in an administrator’s supervisory practice. Findings suggest that credibility is more often rooted in expertise and experience than in relational conditions established by school leaders or a leader’s positional authority. Indeed, o...
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#1Amy D. BroemmelH-Index: 5
#2Katherine R. EvansH-Index: 3
Last. Chad R. LochmillerH-Index: 8
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#1Chad R. Lochmiller (IU: Indiana University Bloomington)H-Index: 8
This case positions the reader as the superintendent of Jefferson City Public Schools (pseudonym). Like many urban school districts in the United States, Jefferson City faces a complex milieu of fiscal challenges attributed to inadequate state funding and declining student enrollment. Within this case, the superintendent must address the failing implementation of a district-wide initiative, which converted K-5 elementary schools to K-8 combination schools in response to declining middle school e...
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This multi-case qualitative study describes how leadership coaches working in a university-based coaching program provided support to school principals in three urban elementary schools in the west...
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#1Chad R. Lochmiller (IU: Indiana University)H-Index: 8
#2Colleen R. Pawlicki (IU: Indiana University)
Resource allocation represents a compelling leadership quandary for school principals across the United States. Reduced school funding necessitates actively rethinking existing resource allocation decisions within schools. This rethinking often produces micropolitical challenges with school staff. Drawing upon qualitative data, this chapter invites readers to consider the micropolitical challenges found in three common resource allocation quandaries that principals often address in their leaders...
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#1Chad R. Lochmiller (IU: Indiana University)H-Index: 8
This chapter serves as an introduction to the edited volume and has three broad purposes. First, the chapter defines complementary research methods as the application of multiple methodologies and methods to the study of related policy and leadership issues. Second, the chapter relates leadership and policy research using the concept of a policy research continuum. This continuum situates leadership and policy researchers as being part of the same research community. Finally, the chapter support...
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