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 2022

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Fostering an Evaluative Culture by Addressing a Breakdown in the Policy Development Cycle, Michelle Anderson-Draper

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Increasing the Academic Achievement of English Language Learning Students: An Inquiry into Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, Kimberly A. Bartlett

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INTEGRATING CULTURALLY SUSTAINING PEDAGOGY TO DISRUPT OPPRESSIVE PRACTICE, Tyler L. Baruta Mr.

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An Equitable Approach to Academic Progression Advising: To Use an Automated Tool or Not?, Frances H. Billingsley

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Cultural Awareness and Change Management: Embracing the Benefits of Merging a Community College with a University in Atlantic Canada, Paul M. Brett

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The Cultivation of Systemness for Enhanced Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity at a Mid-sized District School Board in the Province of Ontario, Pino Buffone

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A Networked Approach for Curricula Implementation in Support of Inclusive Education Reform, Jennifer L. Burke

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Partners in Education: Leveraging School Social Workers to Support Transformative Equity and Well-Being Work in an Ontario K-12 Public School Board, Stefani F. Burosch

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Addressing Issues of Trust and Power Gap by Empowering Middle Leaders in an Asian International School, David R. Butler

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Supporting Post-Secondary Implementation of Recovery-Oriented Practice in a Stepped Care Model, Janis Campbell

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Enhancing Racialized Staff Mental Health and Well-Being from an Equity-Focused Lens, Natacha Castor

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Leadership of Diversity in the Ontario Fire Service, Carol-Lynn Chambers

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Building Capacity in K-12 Educational Leaders to Address the Opportunity Gap, Pamela Craven

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Building Capacity for Deep Learning, Seonaid J. Davis

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COMMUNITY INTEGRATION THROUGH COOPERATIVE EDUCATION (CICE): A POST-SECONDARY WORLD FIT FOR ALL, Stephanie Kathleen De Franceschi

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Adopting a new service delivery model to respond to student holistic needs within an Ontario University setting, Andre De Freitas

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An Act of Hospitality: From Clinical to Trauma-Informed Academic Support, Melinda M. Dewsbury

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Enduring Indigeneity: Community Consultation as a Process for Indigenizing Curriculum at a College in Ontario, Camille C. Di Iulio

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A Blueprint for Promoting Innovation, Interdisciplinary Teamwork, and Collaboration, Jaclyn H. Doherty

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Fostering a Culture of Collaboration Among Early Childhood Professionals in Higher Education, Caroline Fabbruzzo

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Moving Beyond the Status Quo: Building an Intersectional Student-Centred Culture in a Registrar’s Office, Darran A. Fernandez

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Beyond Persistence: Increasing the Representation of Women Faculty and Leaders in Academic Surgery, Dinah M. Frank

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Improving Internal Communication in an Asia-Pacific International School, Erin Gillespie

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Devising a Strategic Approach to Increase Faculty’s Competence for Formalized Intercultural Teaching and Learning Opportunities in an International School in Africa, Kristine Greenlaw

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Re-Invigorating Mid-Career Faculty at a Canadian Mid-Sized College: Strategies for Professional Development and Mentorship, Melanie J. Hamilton