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Dr. Danna Beaty

Associate Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #125

Phone: 903-886-5598

Email: Danna.Beaty@tamuc.edu



Presentations

2017    *A Framework for Problem-Based Learning in the Virtual Environment for Graduate Students Enrolled in Courses for Principal Certification (with M.P. Winn, & M. Becker). Paper discussion presented at the 2017 Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Annual Conference in Austin, TX.

2016    *The Benefits of Exercise: Does Fitness Improve Leadership Effectiveness? (with J. Burch & G. Burch). Paper discussion presented at the Spring 2016 Academy of Business Research Conference in New Orleans, LA.

2015    *Exploring Issues of Culture and Gender Through Socialization and Dominant Discourse in Graduate Education (with W.S. Newcomb). Paper discussion presented at the 2015 American Educational Research Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.

2015    *Institutes as Authentic Learning Experiences in Programs of Educational Leadership. Paper discussion presented at the 2015 American Educational Research Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.

2014    *Culture of the Superintendency in the State of Texas: Knowledge, Networks, Policy and Politics. Paper discussion presented at the 2014 American Educational Research Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA.

2012    Texas Study on Early Career Superintendents: Exploring the Culture of the Superintendency. Presentation and Discussion Panel at the TASA First Time Superintendent Academy in Round Rock, TX (Invited Presentation)

2012    * Continuing to Disrupt the Status Quo? Young and New Women Professors of Educational Leadership. Innovative Session at the 2012 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in Denver, CO.

2012    * Women Faculty in Educational Leadership Programs: Using Critical Feminist Theory to Understand Cultural, Generational and Gender Influence. Paper discussion presented at the 2012 American Educational Research Annual Conference in Vancouver, BC.

2011    * Generational Influence on Women Faculty in Educational Leadership Programs: Evolution of Self and the Impact on Future Leaders in Educational Administration (with A.L. Peters). Paper discussion presented at the 2011 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in Pittsburg, PA.

2010    * Using Feminist Phase Theory to Portray Women Across the Generations: Female Graduate Students in Educational Leadership Programs (with A.L. Peters). Paper discussion presented at the 2010 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA

2010    * Leadership in Higher Education: Role of Mentorship in the Advancement of Women. Poster presentation at the 2010 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA.  

2009    * Constructing New Meaning and Realizing Change: Experiencing Growth through the Conduit of Distance Learning Technology (with W.H. Sherman& K.S. Crum). Paper discussion presented at the 2009 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA

2009    * Young Women Faculty and Graduate Students in Educational Leadership: Writing the Unwritten (with W.H. Sherman, K.S. Crum, A. Peters, A. Welton, K.C. Mansfield, T. King & P.L. Lee). Conversation/dialogue conducted at the 2009 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA

2009    * UCEA Center for the Study of Academic Leadership: Add Women & Stir: Gender Issues in Educational Leadership Departments (with E.A. Rusch, G.Crow, M. McCarthy, D. Pounder, N. Mertz, M. Gardner, B. Malen, W.H. Sherman, K.S. Crum, A. Peters & D. Verstegen). Conversation/dialogue conducted at the 2009 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA

2009    * Using Feminist Phase Theory to Portray Women in the Principalship Across Generations. (with W.H. Sherman) Paper presented at the 2nd International Women's Leadership Conference, Augsburg, Germany. (Invited Presentation).

2009    * Three Guineas in Educational Leadership: Designing a Room of One’s Own (with W.H. Sherman, K.S. Crum & A. Peters). Paper discussion presented at the 2009 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference in San Diego, CA

2009    * Perspectives on Distance Technology in Leadership Education: Transfer, Meaning & Change (with W.H. Sherman & K.S. Crum). Paper discussion presented at the 2009 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference in San Diego, CA

2008    * Early Career Superintendents in Texas: Knowledge, Networks, Policy & Politics. Paper discussion presented at the 2008 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in Orlando, FL

2008    * Using Feminist Phase Theory to Portray Women in the Principalship Across Generation (with W.H. Sherman). Paper discussion presented at the 2008 University Council of Educational Administration Annual Conference in Orlando, FL

2008    * Issues of Time and Resource Allocation: Development of Professional Learning Communities in Small Rural Schools. Paper discussion presented at the 2008 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference in New York, NY

2008    * Attaining and Sustaining Leadership in Higher Education: Role of Mentorship in the Advancement of Women. Paper discussion presented at the 2008 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference in New York, NY 

2008    * Resource Allocation and Student Achievement over Time (with C.A. Drews). Paper discussion presented at the 2008 TASA (TCPEA Conference-within-a Conference) Mid-Winter Conference in Austin, TX

2008    * Issues of Choice and Reform in Texas: Policy Actors Response to Questions Regarding School Vouchers (with R.J. Burks). Paper discussion presented at the 2008 TASA (TCPEA Conference-within-a Conference) Mid-Winter Conference in Austin, TX

2007    * Mentoring women: Essential to the advancement of women’s career goals in educational leadership? (with W.H. Sherman, A.J. Muñoz, K. Crum, and A.M. Pankake). Symposium session presented at the 2007 University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference in Alexandria, VA

2007    * The design and delivery of leadership education. (with M. Grogan, P. Bredeson & W.H. Sherman). Symposium session: Research on the Practice of Preparing and Developing School Leaders: Section Three of the Handbook of Research on the Education of School Leaders presented at the 2007 University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference in Alexandria, VA 

2007    * TEXAS study on evaluating leadership preparation. (with J.N. Ballenger, B. Alford, and B.J. Monk). Paper discussion presented at the 2007 University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference in Alexandria, VA

2007    * Women leaders and resiliency: Their stories. (with A.M. Pankake). Paper discussion presented at the 2007 Women in Educational Leadership Conference in Lincoln, NE

2007    * Male Minority Superintendents: Perspectives of Past, Present and Future Possibilities (with C.A. Hibbetts). Paper discussion presented at the 2007 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference in Chicago, IL

2007    * Researching Educational Leadership: A conceptual framework for doctoral program research (with D. Johnson, B.J. Monk, M. Littleton, D. Beach, & T.A. Farmer). Paper discussion presented at the 2007 TASA Mid-Winter Conference in Austin, TX

2006    * The Use of Distance Technology in Educational Leadership Preparation Programs (with W.H. Sherman) Paper discussion presented at the 2006 University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX.

2006    * Perspectives of Male Minority Superintendents: Strategy, Resilience, Success (with C.A. Hibbetts). Paper discussion presented at the 2006 University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX.

2006    * The Impact of Delivery Methods on Student Learning and Program Quality in Educational Leadership Preparation (with M. Grogan, W.H. Sherman & S. Preis) Paper discussion presented at the 2006 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference in San Francisco, CA.

2005    * Dissertation Integration: Assessing Quality of Dissertations for Educational Administration Programs (with R.L. Blaylock). Paper discussion presented at University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference in Nashville, TN.

2003    * Twelve Successful Female Leaders: Stories of Resiliency. (with A. Pankake). Poster session presented at the 2003 American Educational Research Association Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.

2002    Lessons in Life and Leadership: Adversity and the High School Principalship.

            Paper presented at the 2002 Texas Council of Women School Executives Conference in Austin, TX.

2002    * Primary Experiences of Female Secondary Principals: Adversities as They Relate to Success (with A. Pankake). Paper presented at the 2002 American Educational Research Association Conference in New Orleans, LA.

2001    * Nurturing the Human Side: A Critical Component for PLCs (with A. Pankake). One of several case studies presented in a Symposium on Leadership at the 2001 American Educational Research Association Conference, April 10-14, in Seattle, WA.

2001    Teaching on the Block (with A. Pankake). Seminar for New Orleans area public schools as a part of Metro-Vision’s project “Creating Small Learning Communities in Schools” in New Orleans, LA.

2000    *Teacher Leadership: A Product of Supportive and Shared Leadership with Professional Learning Communities (Pankake, A., Moller, G., Huffman, J.B., Hipp, K.A., Oliver, D. & Cowan, D.) Panelist for discussion of research finding in a Symposium on Leadership at the 2000 American Educational Research Association Conference, April 24-28, in New Orleans, LA.

Editorial Positions:

Co-editor

Journal of Women School Executives, 2015-2018

Editorial Review

Journal of School Leadership, 2009-present

Diversity, Social Justice & the Educational Leader, 2016-present

Journal of Educational Administration, Guest Reviewer, Special Issue on Gender Issues, 2009

School Leadership Review, 2015-Present

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