Research Publications for Sheralyn F Cook

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  • Cook, S. (2019). I had to put my big knickers on! The experiences of two female leaders in New Zealand State Primary Schools turning around schools. In Women Leading Education across the Continents:Ways of seeing women’s leadership in education: stories, metaphors, images, methods and theories. (pp. 7). University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

  • Cook, S. (2019). Principals leading social change through school recovery leadership: Principals lived experiences of countervailing pressures. In DEDU Colloquium. Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Cook, S. (2019). Principals leading social change through school recovery leadership: Principals lived experiences of countervailing pressures. In BELMAS Annual Conference: ‘Educational Leadership for social change’. Leicestershire, United Kingdom.

  • Cook, S. (2019). I had to put my big girl knickers on: The experiences of two female educational leaders in New Zealand turning declining schools around. In Women Leading Education across the Continents: Ways of seeing women’s leadership in education: stories, metaphors, images, methods and theories. University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

  • Cook, S., & Mc Nae, R. (2019). Principals leading social change through school recovery leadership: Principals lived experiences of countervailing pressures. In BELMAS Annual Conference: ‘Educational Leadership for social change’. Leicestershire, United Kingdom.

  • McNae, R., & Cook, S. (2017). Leading turnaround schools: Surfacing hope in times of crisis. In R. McNae, M. Morrison, & R. Notman (Eds.), Educational Leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand: Issues of context and social justice (pp. 29-45). New Zealand: NZCER.

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