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Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education
Suzanne Stiegelbauer
Associate Professor Emerita

phone: (416) 978-1181
email: s.stiegelbauer@utoronto.ca  

Department: Leadership, Higher and Adult Education



Curriculum Vitae

http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/Curriculum_Vitae/Suzanne_Stiegelbauer_CV.pdf

Academic History

Ph.D. Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin, 1990
M.A. Anthropology, The University of Texas, Austin
A.M. Art/Art Education, University of Illinois, Urbana
B.S. Art, Nazareth College, Rochester, N.Y.


Teaching Overview

Dr. Stiegelbauer has taught the following courses at OISE:

Research Literacy
Developing Research Proposals
Investigation of School Culture
Personal and Professional Values in Educational Leadership
Managing Change in Classroom Practice
The Arts as a Teaching and Learning Strategy
Theories of Educational Change
Philosophy of Education
Social-Cultural Dimensions Education
Exploring Research in the Arts


Representative Publications

BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, AND THESES

Jordan, C, J. Parker, D. Donnelly, Z. Rudo, S. Stiegelbauer, B. Britsch, M. Cooper, B. McClure, M., Heath  (2009).  Building and Managing Quality Afterschool Programs.  National Center for Quality Afterchool, SEDL.org, and the Mott Foundation, Austin, Tx.

Stiegelbauer, S., Bransom, J., Moore, T., Orange, L. & Antoni, G. (2008). The Arts in Afterschool: An Instructors Guide to the Afterschool Training Toolkit.  Published by the National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning at SEDL, Austin TX and the U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C. (Peer review, internal quality control review)

Stiegelbauer, Suzanne (2008).  Professional Development Guide for the Arts in Afterschool Programs. Published by the National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning at SEDL, Austin TX, and the U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C. (Peer review, internal quality control review).

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Stiegelbauer, Suzanne (2008).  The Dimensions of Implementation: From Plans to Action.  Chapter in Collaborative Action Research: Partnership for School and University Renewal, Stephen Gordon, Editor.  New York: Teachers College Press.

Gordon, Stephen P. and Suzanne Stiegelbauer, (2008).  Characteristics of More and Less successful Action Research.  Chapter in Collaborative Action Research: Partnership for School and University Renewal, Stephen Gordon, Editor.  New York: Teachers College Press

Stiegelbauer, Suzanne (2007).  Out of School Programs for the Arts: Afterschool, Museum, and Organization Supported Approaches.  Chapter in Prospects for a New Early Childhood Education Through Art, Masayuki Hachiya, Editor.  Published by The Research Center in Children’s Art Education, Tohoku University of Art and Design, Yamagata, Japan.

Research Grants and Contracts

Research Associate (2005 0ngoing). How Leadership Influences Student Learning. Kenneth Leithwood, K. Seashore Lewis, S. Anderson, Kyla Wahlstrom. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT) and the University of Minnesota, Funded by Wallace Foundation Grant. Data collection, analysis and writing.
Research Partner (2004 - 2006). The Use of Action Research as a strategy in a School-University Partnership with nine schools. With Steven Gordon and Marla McGhee, part of the research undertaken by the National Center for School Improvement (NCSI) at Texas State University. Partially funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Co-Principal Investigator. (1996 1998). National Education Association Study of Learning Laboratories. (Washington, D.C.) With Nina Bascia, Michael Fullan, Noreen Jacka, Nancy Watson. Travel to NEA Center for Innovation funded sites to evaluate extent of implementation and change in collaborative association/school district innovative projects. Funded by the US National Education Association,.
Case Study Research Manager (1997 - 2001). Glendale Bilingual Education Training and Implementation Project, "Project Success." Glendale, California. Five Year Study of the system wide implementation of Bilingual teaching strategies. With Aoki & Robinson Associates. Garden Grove, Ca.

Professional Activities

Invited Talks & Lectures:
Presentation (2005). Maximizing the potential of the arts; Finding local resources, working with artists. Regional Afterschool Conference, Little Rock, Ark. November, 2005
Presentation (2005). Mazimizing the potential of the arts. National Conference for Quality Afterschool Programs, 21st Century Programs. Chicago, July, 2005
Presentation (2005). Working with the arts; suggestions for planning. Mountain Afterschool Roundup, Denver, Colorado, February, 2005.
Invited participant and speaker (2005). Developing a toolkit for the arts in afterschool programs. The Arts and Education Partnership (AEP) Bi-annual conference, Los Angeles, California, January 2005.

Workshops and Professional Development:
Training for the Afterschool Toolkit, sponsored by the National Partnership in Quality Afterschool Learning (20052008).
Educational Change/Organizational Development, United States and Canada, 19842004.

Scholarly Activities:
Stiegelbauer, Suzanne and Dr. Marla MeGhee, Educational Leadership, Louis and Clark University, Portland, Ore. (2009) Through the lens of the biological, historical, cultural and political self: Auto-ethnography and leadership (working title). Research and book project looking at personal and artifactual aspects of life choices of leaders. Leadership defined broadly to include professions other than education. Funding underdevelopment. Initial set of data collected. In progress.
Anderson, S, B. Mascall and S. Stiegelbauer. (2009) Differentiating Support for School Improvement. Case study and text development. Part of AERA presentation(2009) and subsequent article. In progress.