The Organizational Improvement Plan, (OIP) is the culminating project for students in their final year of the Doctor of Education Program, (EdD) in Educational Leadership.

The Doctor of Education (EdD) in Educational Leadership is a doctoral degree that teaches seasoned educators and professionals specific, research-informed leadership practices, and prepares them to appropriately apply their learning to their own workplace and leadership roles.

The primary goal of the EdD program is to prepare graduates to act as scholarly and influential leaders who will have an effective impact on, and promote sustainable change in, their workplaces and communities.

Further questions about the OIP or the Doctor of Education Program should be directed to graded@uwo.ca

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OIPs from 2017

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Resiliency: The Implementation of a Strategic Framework, Michael L. Allegretti

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Re-imagining A Learning Program For New Faculty: An Opportunity To Enhance Institutional Capacity, Carol A. Appleby

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Through A Prism: A Reflection of the Culture of Leadership, Catherine A. Beaton Ms

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Navigating the changing landscape of early education within a preschool setting, Heather L. Beaudin

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Flourishing Firefighters: A plan for optimal organizational deviance using healthy human systems, Sajel Bellon

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Exploring the Leadership Necessary to Develop Teacher Efficacy for Working with Marginalized Students in Support of Improved Student Success: Helping Teachers Develop both the Skill and the Will to do so, Diane C. Charles

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Improving Principal Professional Practice Through Communities of Practice, Lisa Clarke

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Increasing Success: Strategies to Address Factors Affecting Student Retention from First to Second Year at a Canadian, Undergraduate, Liberal Arts University, Tracy L.A. Cunningham

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Creating a safe, caring and inclusive school environment through a code of conduct that is educative, preventative and restorative in practice and response., John Robert Esliger

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Improving Adult Learners’ Experience with Continuing Professional Education: A Transformational Path to Andragogy, Sylvain Gagne

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Building Leadership Capacities Through Course Development Planning at a Conventional University, Tina R. Goertz

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Enhancing Employability Skill Sets: The Obligation of Community Colleges to be Greater Than the Sum of Their Parts, Linda C. Hill Ms.

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Development and Leadership of a Faculty-led Academic Integrity Education Program at an Ontario College, Evelyn J. Holmes Miss

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Increasing Teacher Capacity in Supporting Student Mental Health, Mary Louise Ireland

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Supporting Department Chairs as Educational Leaders in a Polytechnic Context, Jennifer Marran

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Democratic Implementation of Anywhere, Anytime, Anyway Learning through Blended Synchronous Delivery in a Postsecondary Institution in Canada, Donald Moen

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Organizational Improvement Plan For Eliminating a Need for Alternative Programs By Way of a Paradigm Shift, Sam J. Oh Neill Mr

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Curriculum Congruence of an HR Baccalaureate Degree Program to Industry Requirements, Wesley D. Sallenback

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Changing School Culture to Engage Disengaged Students, Trisha E. Sotropa

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How School and School Board Leaders Can Increase the Sense of Social Belonging for Students with Developmental Disabilities Who Exhibit Challenging Behaviour, Kathleen Sutherland

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Aboriginal Offender Parole Outcomes, Truman Paul Tremblay