Faculty & Staff - Mackenzie
118 Merrill Hall
University of Maine
Orono, ME 04469-5749
Associate Professor – Educational Leadership
Ed.D. Educational Leadership, University of Maine, Orono, ME.
M.Ed. Educational Administration. University of Southern Maine.
MLS University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
A.B. Colby College, Waterville, ME, Major: Classics-English.
- Master’s/ CAS Cohort courses:
Functions and Theories of Educational Leadership (I & II)
Organizations from Personal, Social and Political Perspectives
Principal Internship/Internship in Educational Leadership
Capstone Seminar in Educational Leadership
- Masters and CAS courses:
Staff Development for School Leaders
Internship: Principal and Instructional Leadership
Social and Ethical Foundations of School Leadership
Seminar in Teacher Leadership
Supervision of Instructional Personnel
- Doctoral Courses:
Advanced Leadership Studies in Education
Proposal Writing and Pilot Study Implementation
- Teacher leadership and high school reform as well as leadership development
- Mackenzie, S. V., & Mackenzie, G. C. (2010). Now What? Confronting and Resolving Ethical Issues: A Handbook for Teachers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
- Ackerman, R.A., & Mackenzie, S.V. Eds. (2007). Uncovering Teacher Leadership: Essays and Voices of Teacher Leaders. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
- Mackenzie, S.V. (2006 Spring). Learning About Education in China: A Reflection. Schools: Studies in Education 3(1), pp. 55-75.
- Ackerman, R.A., & Mackenzie, S.V. (2006 May). Uncovering Teacher Leadership. Educational Leadership 6(8) pp. 66-71.
- Mackenzie, S. V. (2005 Spring). Who should make decisions? A high school wrestles with tracking. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.
- Mackenzie, S. V. (2005 Spring) Retaining and supporting teachers in an era of accountability, Journal of Maine Education, XXI(1), 20-23.
- Mackenzie, S.V., Morrell, B.J., & Cook, S. (2004) A View from the inside: Continuing the conversation about teaching in Maine. Augusta, ME: Maine Educational Leadership Consortium.
- Mackenzie, S. V & Marnik, G.F. (2004 Summer) Maine program helps teachers learn from that voice: The I-C-I leadership model provides the framework. Journal of Staff Development, 25(2), 50-1; 56-7.
- Donaldson, G. A., Jr., Bowe, L. M., Mackenzie, S. V., & Marnik, G. F. (2004 March) Learning from leadership work: Maine pioneers a school leadership network,” Phi Delta Kappan, 85(7), 539-544.
- Mackenzie, S. V. & Marnik, G. F. (2002 Spring ) Building leadership capacity in Maine schools, Journal of Maine Education, XVIII, 28-33.
- Mackenzie, S. V. (2000 Spring). Learning to be collaborative leaders. Journal of Maine Education, XVI, 40-45.Co
- Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Maine Education. 1994-present. Associate Editor, 1996-7. Technical Editor, 1998-present.
- Team Leadership Collaborative. Great Maine Schools Project of the Mitchell Institute. Facilitator, 2003-
- Member of the Education Advisory Committee. Goodwill-Hinckley. 2002-present.
- Consultant to Maine schools regarding leadership development.
- Co-facilitator (with George Marnik) & MPA Mentor/Coach Program for New Principals
- Maine Representative to New England Research Organization (NEERO) Board, 2006
- As facilitator of the Maine School Leadership Network, I work with teachers and administrators in Southern Maine on leadership and school improvement issues in their schools.
- I also teach in the Education Department at Bates college in Lewiston. I teach a foundations course as well as team teach the student teaching sequence in Bates’ secondary education certification program.
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