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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



Publications

Beaty, D.M. (submitted). A Decade in the Superintendency: Career-Defining Decisions of Five Superintendents. Journal of Educational Administration.

Beaty, D.M. (submitted). Educational Leadership Programs through a Feminist Lens: Lessons from Female Graduate Students on Power, Knowledge, Resiliency and the Evolution of Self. Journal of Research in Educational Leadership. 

Beaty, D.M. (submitted). Illumination through Feminist Phase Theory. Journal of School Leadership.

Satterwhite, J.E., & Beaty, D.M. (submitted). Evaluation of Exemptions Selected by Texas Districts of Innovation and the Resulting Overall District STAAR Performance. 

Williams, C.M., Beaty, D.M. (in revision). How do We Get to the Mountaintop?: A New Role for Teacher Preparatory Programs. Emerging Voices in Education/Drexel University. 

Becker, M., Winn, M.P. & Beaty, D.B. (2017). Engage Students in the Digital Classroom with Problem-Based Learning. Effective Schools Project Journal

Newcomb, W.S. & Beaty, D.M., Sanzo, K. & Hawkins-Peters, A. (2013). Finding our Stride: Young Women Professor in Educational Leadership. Journal of School Leadership, 23(4), 658-678. (acceptance rate = 5-10%)

Sherman, W.H. & Beaty, D.M., Crum, K.S. & Peters, A. (2010). Unwritten: Young Women Faculty in Educational Leadership. Journal of Educational Administration 48(6), 741-754(acceptance rate = 11%)

Beaty, D.M. & Sherman, W.H. (2010, April). Using Feminist Phase Theory to portray women in the principalship across generations in the US. Journal of Educational Administration & History.

Sherman, W.H., Crum, K.S. & Beaty, D.M. (2010). Perspectives on Distance Technology in Leadership Education: Transfer, Meaning, and Change. Journal of Research in Educational Leadership. (acceptance rate = 6%)

Sherman, W.H. & Beaty, D.M. (2007). The use of distance technology in educational leadership preparation programs.Journal of Educational Administration, 45(5), 605-620. (acceptance rate = 11%)

Preis, S., Grogan, M., Sherman, W.H. & Beaty, D.M. (2007, July). What the research and literature say about the delivery of educational leadership preparation programs in the United States. Journal of Research in Educational Leadership, 2(2), 1-36. (acceptance rate = 6%)

Pankake, A.M. & Beaty, D.M. (2005). Stories of resiliency: Successful female educational leaders. Journal of women in educational leadership, 3(3), 175-183.

Publications: Book Chapters

Beaty, D.M. (2017). Leading and managing the change process: Essential roles for school leaders. In Vornberg, J. (Ed.). Texas Public School Organization and Administration, 15th Edition. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Beaty, D.M. & Pankake, A.M. (2015). Leading and managing the change process: Essential roles for school leaders. In Vornberg, J. (Ed.). Texas Public School Organization and Administration, 14th Edition. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Beaty, D.M. & Pankake, A.M. (2012). Leading and managing the change process: Essential roles for school leaders. In Vornberg, J. (Ed.). Texas Public School Organization and Administration, 13th Edition. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Beaty, D.M. & Pankake, A.M. (2010). Leading and managing the change process: Essential roles for school leaders. In Vornberg, J. (Ed.). Texas Public School Organization and Administration, 12th Edition. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Pankake, A.M. & Beaty, D.M. (2008). Leading and managing the change process: Essential roles for school leaders. In Vornberg, J. (Ed.). Texas Public School Organization and Administration, 11th Edition. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.

Grogan, M., Bredeson, P., Sherman, W.H., Beaty, D.M.  & Preis, S. (2008). The design and delivery of leadership education. UCEA Handbook of research on the education of school leaders.

Johnson, D.M., Beaty, D.M. & Farmer, T.A. (2007). Researching educational leadership: A conceptual framework for doctoral program research. The NCPEA Handbook of Doctoral Programs in Educational Leadership: Issues and Challenges.

Guajardo, M., Beaty, D.M. & Guajardo, F. (2005). Parental Involvement and Engagement: History & Examples from Two Hispanic Schools. In A. Pankake, M. Littleton, & G. Schroth (Eds). The Administration & Supervision of Special Programs in Education, 2nd Ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Beaty, D.M. & Pankake, A. (2003). Nurturing: A critical component of PLCs. In J.B. Huffman & K.K. Hipp (Eds). Reculturing schools as professional learning communities. (pp. 97-108). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Publications: Books

Beaty, D.M., Sherman, W.H., Munoz, A., Mills, S.J. & Pankake, A. (Eds.) (2009). Women as school executives: Celebrating diversity. Austin, TX: Texas Council of Women School Executives.

Schroth, G., Beaty, D.M., & Dunbar, B. (2003). School Scheduling Strategies: New Ways of Finding Time for Students and Staff.  Lancaster, PA: Pro>Active Publications.

Publications: Reviews

Beaty, D.M.  (2000). Out of women’s experience: Creating relational leadership—A book review.  In A. Pankake, G. Schroth, & C. Funk (Eds). Women as school executives: The complete picture. (pp. 129-130). Commerce, TX: Texas A&M University-Commerce Press.

 

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