Katina Pollock Well-being

Dr. Katina Pollock

Director, Western's Centre for Education Leadership, Western University

Localisation : London, Ontario
Courriel : katina.pollock@uwo.ca

Dr. Katina Pollock is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy in the field of Critical Policy, Equity, and Leadership Studies at the Faculty of Education, Western University. In addition to her traditional scholarship efforts, Dr. Pollock is Director of Ontario’s Knowledge Network for Applied Education Research (KNAER) Secretariat. Katina utilizes skills that she has acquired from these initiatives in her positions as inaugural Director for Western’s Centre for Education Leadership, which focuses on supporting aspiring, new, and experienced education leaders by reducing the gap between applied educational research and leadership practice.

http://www.edu.uwo.ca/faculty-profiles/katina-pollock.html 

Articles

Bien dans mon travail, Bien-être, RechercheLes faits en éducation

Quels sont les défis particuliers des directions d’écoles francophones hors Québec (DÉFHQ)?

work intensifcation

Bien dans mon travail, Bien-être, RechercheLes faits en éducation

Intensification du travail : l’évolution du rôle des directions d’école

Bien dans mon travail, Bien-être, RechercheLes faits en éducation

Comment les systèmes d’éducation peuvent-ils favoriser le bien-être des directions d’école?

Article coup de cœur
Bien dans mon travail, Bien-être, Leadership

Directeurs en santé, écoles en santé

Research, Well at Work, Well-beingThe Facts on Education

Francophone Principals: What unique challenges do they face?

work intensifcation

Research, Well at Work, Well-beingThe Facts on Education

Work Intensification: How the Role of School Leaders is Changing

Research, Well at Work, Well-beingThe Facts on Education

How Can Education Systems Support Principals’ and Vice-Principals’ Well-Being?

Well at Work, Well-beingPodcast

Downtime for principals?

Education Canada Magazine

Editor's Pick
Leadership, Well at Work, Well-being

Healthy Principals, Healthy Schools