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Dr. William Allan Kritsonis - Evidence of research, scholarly, and creative productivity

Dr. William Allan Kritsonis - Evidence of research, scholarly, and creative productivity

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  • 1. Evidence of Research, Scholarly, and/or Creative Activities PhD Program in Educational Leadership, PVAMU Dr. William Allan KritsonisEditorial Duties:Editor-in-Chief – National FORUM Journals (Founded 1982) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS, AND ADMINISTRATION INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCHOLARLY ACADEMIC INTELLECTUAL DIVERSITY NATIONAL FORUM JOURNAL: Focus On Colleges, Universities, and Schools NATIONAL FORUM OF APPLIED EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL NATIONAL FORUM OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION JOURNAL NATIONAL FORUM OF MULTICULTURAL ISSUES JOURNAL NATIONAL FORUM OF SPECIAL EDUCATION JOURNAL NATIONAL FORUM OF TEACHER EDUCATION JOURNAL SCHOOLINGNational Reviewer -- Journal of Research on Leadership Education (JRLE)Creative Projects:Sponsored and produced the National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal for Region 6 Chapter ofThe Texas National Association for Multicultural Education NATIONAL FORUM OF MULTICULTURAL ISSUES JOURNAL, 7(2), 2009-2010 NATIONAL FORUM OF MULTICULTURAL ISSUES JOURNAL, 8(2), 2011-2012 NATIONAL FORUM OF MULTICULTURAL ISSUES JOURNAL, 9(2), 2012-2013Articles:2010Blackbourn, J. M.,& Kritsonis, W.A. (2010). The question every teacher educator must ask. National FORUM of Teacher Education Journal, 20(1&2).Butler, N.L., Pirog, R., Elcome,C., &Kritsonis,W.A. (2010). Are some topics uncomfortablefor Polish secondary school learners to discuss during English classes? Perfection offoreign language teaching at universities and schools, 14. Vyatka State University of Humanities, Kirov, Russia.Hines, M.T., & Kritsonis, W.A. (2010).The interactive effects of race and teacher self efficacy on the achievement gap in school.National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal, 7(1).Kuklina, S. S., Butler, N. L.,& Kritsonis, W. A. (2010).Uncomfortable topics for Russian students to discuss during English classes.Perfection of foreign language teaching at universities and schools, 14.Vyatka State University of Humanities, Kirov, Russia.
  • 2. Ononugbo, V.I., Akpan, A.I., Osho, G.S., & Kritsonis, W.A. (2010).Housing needs for the low-income people of Enugu metropolitan areas of Nigeria: Policy issues and challenges. International Journal of Management, Business, and Administration, 13(1).2009Butler, N.L., & Kritsonis, W.A. (2009). International perspectives: Polish post - secondary vocational schools and Canadian community colleges: A comparison using an Information Technology Conceptual Model. In D. Stefanc and B. Harasimowicz (Eds.) Social context of education (Hard Cover and Online, p. 157).University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Arts), Ljubljana, Slovenia. Available at: http://www2.arnes.si/~ljzpds1/confSLO/ARTICLES/Binder%2026%20januar.pdfButler, N.L., & Kritsonis, W.A. (2009). Primary and secondary education in Canada and Poland- compared: international implications. In D. Stefanc and B. Harasimowicz (Eds.) Social context of education (Hard Cover and Online, p. 135).University of Ljubljana (Faculty of Arts), Ljubljana, Slovenia.Available at: http://www2.arnes.si/~ljzpds1/confSLO/ARTICLES/Binder%2026%20januar.pdfHolmes, P., Herrington, D., Holmes, J.,& Kritsonis, W.A. (2009) Where have all the heroes gone: Solving the puzzle of gang violence in our communities and schools. National FORUM of Teacher Education Journal, 19(3).

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