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Academic Staff from the University of Auckland


Academic Staff from outside the University of Auckland


Professor Larry Ludlow
Professor Larry Ludlow

Professor Larry Ludlow, Boston College, Lynch School of Education

Larry Ludlow is Professor and Chair of the Department of Educational Research, Measurement and Evaluation in the Lynch School of Education at Boston College. He teaches courses in research methods, statistics, and psychometrics. His research interests include longitudinal models for faculty course evaluations, and the development of Rasch model-based assessment instruments in teacher practice, implantation of educational reform initiatives, and educational leadership effectiveness. Larry Ludlow is an accomplished scholar in educational measurement and statistics who has been dedicated to mentoring generations of students. He has contributed importantly to the measurement of teacher practice and skills. His work ranges from significant contributions to psychometrics and statistical methodology to collaborations with investigators in both education and health sciences. The significance of his work in medicine and health further demonstrates the range of his skill and the usefulness of his research to different sciences. In 2013 he was made a Fellow of the American Educational Research Association for sustained excellence in educational research

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Doctoral Students from the University of Auckland

Tom Webb
Tom Webb

Tom Webb

Tom Webb was an Associate at the University of Auckland Centre for Educational Leadership for 2014. Tom has joined UACEL from Onehunga High School where he is Associate Principal. He has eight years of experience in senior leadership at Onehunga High School and has skills in change management, e-learning and secondary school leadership and management. Tom has a Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and is working towards his Master’s in Educational Leadership with a research focus on Academic Counselling.

Tom’s thesis investigates the influence that academic counselling has on secondary students with a focus on whether this influence is different for different achievement groups. The aim of the study is to find out what kind of influence academic counselling has on students and how these influences came about, which aspects of academic counselling had this influence on students, so that we can better meet the needs of our students.

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Visiting Scholars and Associate Researchers


The Leadership Research Group hosts visiting scholars on a regular basis and works with a number of international researchers:

Professor Ellen Goldring

Peabody College at Vanderbilt University 

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Professor Karen Seashore Louis

University of Minnesota

Received the Distinguished Visitor Award, 2010 

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