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 2018

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Creating Shared Vision Among Faculty to Enhance Student Learning, Eleanor Barbour-Stevenson

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Educational Partnerships in Mennonite Communities, Paul Bennett

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Shifting Directions: Conceiving, Implementing, and Navigating the Inherent Complexities of Student Recruitment Customer/Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) Systems within Higher Education, Colin Couchman

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Enacting self-regulation expectations in kindergarten programs using a distributed leadership framework, Lisa Cranston

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Enhancing Faculty Involvement in Program Review, G. Crawford

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Addressing First-Year Retention Through Servant Leadership Guided Change at an Eastern Canadian University, David Decker

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A Strategic Approach to Leading and Managing Low Teacher Morale in an Adult Newcomer Education School Setting, Lenny Dinanath

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Transitioning Students from Alternative Classes at a Children's Mental Health Agency, Julia Dunlop

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Supporting Students At-Risk Through the Re-Engagement of Staff in Co-Curricular Activities, Leah Eden

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The implementation of problem-based learning in mathematics through teacher capacity building, Zelaikha Farahmand

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Organizational Improvement Plan: Improving Core French Teacher Equity within a French Immersion School, Angelica Farr

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Aligning First-Year Academic Learning Experiences at a Small Liberal Arts University, Robyne Hanley-Dafoe

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Continuity and Care: Strategies to Affect Factors of Teacher Retention and Wellbeing in an International School Setting, Annalice Hayes

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The Social Capital of Local Hire Faculty in an International School, Nathaniel R. Hayes

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Institutionalizing Community Engaged Scholarship at a Research University, Stephanie Hayne Beatty

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In Governance We Trust: Introducing a Comprehensive University Governance Education Program to Improve Institutional Trust, Erika Hegedues

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Leadership, Teacher Learning, and Assessment: A Strategic Approach to Improving Writing Achievement, Tommi Hoogsteen

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A Systems Approach to Increasing Awareness and Coordination of Student Retention and Completion at a Canadian College, Peter A. Mal

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Improving the Collective Efficacy of Teachers: Transforming Schools Through Collaborative Learning, Julia A. Manini

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How can the marginalization of girls be reduced in a provincial primary rural school in a developing country in Asia?, Muhammad Kashif Memon

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Doctoral Student Career Preparation: An Institutional Response, Kimberly Miller

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An Organizational Improvement Plan: Implementing Service Learning into the Curriculum at an International School to Meet an Organization’s Strategic Aims, Deanna Milne

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Improving Employees' Experience with the Performance Appraisal Process, Melanie Molnar

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Encouraging Diverse Instructional Practices through Teacher Self-reflection, Brenda Montgomery

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Creative ‘Class’: Leading Innovation with Digital Pedagogy in Cultural and Creative Industry (CCI) Programs, Dana Morningstar