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Trust and friction
Kearney, W. S., & Gray, J. (2015). Trust and friction: A multilevel analysis of elementary math classrooms. Leadership and School Quality: A Volume in Research and Theory in Educational Administration, 197-214.
The effects of student engagement, student satisfaction, and perceived learning in online learning environments
Gray, J. A., & DiLoreto, M. (2016). The effects of student engagement, student satisfaction, and perceived learning in online learning environments. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 11(1), 98-119.
Student satisfaction and perceived learning in online learning environments
Gray, J. A., & Melanie, D. (2015). Student satisfaction and perceived learning in online learning environments: The mediating effect of student engagement.
Organizational and relational factors in professional learning communities
Gray, J., Mitchell, R., & Tarter, C. J. (2014). Organizational and relational factors in professional learning communities. Planning and Changing, 45(1), 83-98.
Enabling school structures, trust, and collective efficacy in private international schools
Gray, J. A., & Summers, R. (2016). Enabling school structures, trust, and collective efficacy in private international schools. International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership, 11(3).
Enabling school structures, collegial trust and academic emphasis
Gray, J. A., Kruse, S., & Tarter, C. J. (2016). Enabling school structures, collegial trust and academic emphasis: Antecedents of professional learning communities. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 44(6), 875-891. doi:10.1177/1741143215574505
International professional learning communities
Gray, J. A., & Summers, R. (2015). International professional learning communities: The role of enabling school structures, trust, and collective ffficacy. The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 14(3), 61-75.
Developing professional learning communities through enabling school structures, collegial trust, academic emphasis, and collective efficacy
Gray, J. A., Kruse, S. D., & Tarter, C. J. (2017). Developing professional learning communities through enabling school structures, collegial trust, academic emphasis, and collective efficacy. Educational Research Applications, 2017(1), 1-8.
Collective efficacy collegial leadership, and a culture of trust
Gray, J. A., & Tarter, C. J. (2012). Collective efficacy collegial leadership, and a culture of trust: Predicting academic optimism and overall effectiveness. Contemporary Challenges Confronting School Leaders, 93-109.
Investigating the role of collective trust, collective efficacy, and enabling school structures on overall school effectiveness
Gray, J. (2016). Investigating the Role of Collective Trust, Collective Efficacy, and Enabling School Structures on Overall School Effectiveness. NCPEA Education Leadership Review, 17(1), 114-128.
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QEP overview
Emerge vs. QEP