Research Publications for Anthony S Fisher
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Fisher, A. S. (2016). Where do principals sit? The position of principals withina schools social network. In NZEALS Conference 16.
Fisher, A., & Carlyon, T. (2015). School leaders growing leadership from within: A framework for the development of school leaders. Waikato Journal of Education, 20(2), 93-10.2. doi:10.15663/wje.v20i2.179
Fisher, A., & Carlyon, T. (2015). Leaders: Coaches, mentors, or something else?. In Transforming together: Coaching and mentoring conference. UNiversity of Waikato, Hamilton.
Fisher, A., & Carlyon, T. (2015). The reality of school Leadership: Whether to practice a dichotomous or hybrid model of coaching and mentoring. In Transforming together: Coaching and mentoring conference. UNiversity of Waikato, Hamilton.
Fisher, A. S., & Carlyon, T. (2014). Sustaining leadership in times of change through teacher class placement. In The European Conference on Education. Brighton, England.
Fisher, A., & Carlyon, T. (2014). Developing leadership: Using resources from within. In University of Central Oklahoma Internship Trip. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Fisher, A. S., & Ussher, B. (2014). A Cautionary Tale: What are the signs telling us? Curriculum versus standards reflected in schools planning. New Zealand Journal of Teachers' Work, 11(2), 221-231.
Fisher, A. S. (2014). Developing/growing from within: Better people make better teachers/leaders. In Hamilton Diocesan Catholic Principals’ Association. Te Aroha, New Zealand.
Fisher, A. S. (2014). The vulnerable leader: Why do we put ourselves in these position?. In Hamilton Diocesan Catholic Principals’ Association. Te Aroha, New Zealand.
Gill, C., & Fisher, A. (2014). How can the secondary school learning model be adapted to provide for more meaningful curriculum integration?. Teachers and Curriculum, 14, 13-19. doi:10.15663/tandc.v14i1.89