A body of research on instructors’ use of leadership behaviors in higher education teaching, often called instructor-leadership, is gaining momentum. Despite the field’s growth, the practical recommendations emerging from empirical investigations of instructor-leadership remain largely underdeveloped. In particular, the most popular practical implication – training and development of instructor-leadership – is given fleeting attention. In light of this, the present paper aims to provide detailed guidelines on the training and development of instructor-leadership by drawing from both the instructor-leadership and training and development bodies of literature. In so doing, this paper utilizes the instructional systems design approach to provide guidelines according to assessment, design, implementation, and evaluation.
Balwant, Paul T.
"Training and Development of Instructor-Leadership: An Instructional Systems Design Approach,"
Journal of Human Services: Training, Research, and Practice: Vol. 6:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/jhstrp/vol6/iss1/3
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