1st Edition

Educational Leadership Journal of Museum Education 34:2 Thematic Issue

Edited By Tina R Nolan Copyright 2009

    Sponsored by the Museum Education Roundtable

    1.From the EditorElizabeth L. Maurer2.Guest Editor's Introduction: The Museum Educator CrisisTina R. Nolan3.Recessionary Layoffs in Museum Education:Survey Results and ImplicationsRon Kley4.Welcome, Mr. Director, and Good Luck!Rafael Rosa5.Sidebar: Growth and Leadership without Advancement, A Case StudyRafael Rosa6.A Conversation about Educational Leadership in MuseumsLeslie Bedford7.Sidebar: Transforming Education Theory into PracticeAmy Schwartz8.Shared Professional Knowledge: Implications for Emerging LeadersLynn Uyen Tran and Heather King9.Benchmarking: Education on the RoadMaria Mingalone10.From the Margins to the Center:Recommendations for Current and Aspiring Educational LeadersTina R. Nolan11.The Leader's Bookshelf:Suggestions for Reading More about Change LeadershipTina R. Nolan


    Dr. Tina Nolan, Co-Editor-in-Chief of the JME, is the principal of Tina Nolan Consulting, an education consulting group. She has over 18 years experience working in museums in Chicago including Brookfield Zoo, Lincoln Park Zoo and the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum where she served as Director of Education.