1. A. Duignan, P. (2014). Authenticity in educational leadership: history, ideal, reality. Journal of Educational Administration, 52(2), 152-172.
2. Dimmock, C., & Yong Tan, C. (2013). Educational leadership in Singapore: Tight coupling, sustainability, scalability, and succession. Journal of Educational Administration, 51(3), 320-340.
3. Gabbard, D. (2013). Educational Leadership or Followership?. Democracy and Education, 21(1), 8.
4. Lovett, S., Dempster, N., & Fluckiger, B. (2014). Educational leadership with indigenous partners. Leading and Managing, 20(1), 1.
5. Spillane, J. P. (2004). Educational leadership. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 26(2), 169-172.
6. Tosas, M. R. (2016). Educational Leadership Reconsidered: Arendt, Agamben, and Bauman. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 1-17.
7. Arguments on the annotated bibliography.
1. Patrick Duignan, who is an author of Educational Leadership at Australian Catholic University, writes this article. This article reveals that there is no coherent body of literature for the concept of authentic leadership, but it is based on the self-focus that is supported by a moral force. This article defines that the education leadership can be evaluated on two criteria- what education will be beneficial for the students and how to evaluate the education the students are receiving is morally right for them. This can be analyzed through the authenticity of the educational courses they are introduced and assess them through various examination and real life tests where students can demonstrate their real-time intellectual power.
2. This article depicts the importance of education leadership in Singapore written by Clive Dimmock and Cheng Yong Tan who are the professor of University of Leicester, UK and educational faculty of National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. This article highlights that even though the education system of Singapore is known worldwide but it suffers from the lack of literature for supporting pedagogical initiatives. These authors also describes that their educational leadership culture focuses on logistics knowledge, human resource policies and distinctive “leader-teacher compact” defines the sustainability, high performance across the entire Singapore school system, scalability, succession of their education success.
3. This article is written by Davis Gabbard, who is an Associate Professor in Department of Literacy and propose research on Language and Culture and works as a critical educational theorist and policy analyst. In this article, it is portrayed that there is a difference between the past and present education and this fact is depicted through the example of the medical school. Primary challenge explained in this journal is that whether teacher-training programs values more than the clinical experience in medical schools. It can be concluded that according to the current political climate and meeting industrial needs, schools must focus on the practical knowledge to contribute to economic productivity in the future thus following the organizational goals is the partner of the education leadership adopted by the school.
4. Three authors have developed this journal, who is the Associate Professor at the University of Canterbury and Griffith University respectively having the common subject that is in educational leadership, development, retention and attrition for aspiring new and experienced educational leaders. This article demonstrates the importance of effective education system for the aboriginal communities for their betterment in the society. They work for a common project “Principals as Literacy Leaders with Indigenous Communities (PALLIC) Project” that is aimed at closing the gap between numeracy programs and intensive literacy for Indigenous students. Effective education leadership is required in the indigenous situation as the cultural knowledge of Indigenous peoples is different from the culture of the educators.
5. This article is based on the education leadership for the K-12 education system. The author James P. Spillane is a Professor in “Learning and Organizational Change” at the School of Education and develops theories for the better education system. This article intends to provide about the issues and they depicts the importance of educational leadership that is to recognize school accomplishment and failures along with the establishment of strong lines of communication between the students with their teachers. Moreover, it also highlights the fact that the educational leadership does not focus on the schoolhouse or district office but the clear goals in the forefront of the school's attention.
6. Mar Rosa `s Tosas is a professor at the University of Chicago and in this journal claims that educational leadership as an autonomous discipline that is different from typical business and political leadership’s goals and strategies. This article also states that the success of educational leadership depends on its ability to teach learners about the facts, and skills of a pre-established program. Thus, it can be evaluated that the effective educational leadership emphasizes on fulï¬ll students unique and singular potential after analyzing their ability otherwise it is hard to identify in the beforehand.
7. The selected journal articles are different in the chosen fields; however, covers the same area of concern that is to provide effective education to the learner for better understanding. This not only ensures their better future but also help in the economic development of the nation. The next step will be to analyze the outcome of these articles so that details that are more accurate can be obtained from the implementation of the educational leadership.
- Duignan, P. (2014). Authenticity in educational leadership: history, ideal, reality. Journal of Educational Administration, 52(2), 152-172.
Dimmock, C., & Yong Tan, C. (2013). Educational leadership in Singapore: Tight coupling, sustainability, scalability, and succession. Journal of Educational Administration, 51(3), 320-340.
Gabbard, D. (2013). Educational Leadership or Followership?. Democracy and Education, 21(1), 8.
Lovett, S., Dempster, N., & Fluckiger, B. (2014). Educational leadership with indigenous partners. Leading and Managing, 20(1), 1.
Spillane, J. P. (2004). Educational leadership. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 26(2), 169-172.
Tosas, M. R. (2016). Educational Leadership Reconsidered: Arendt, Agamben, and Bauman. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 1-17.