Articles:

Donohoo, J., Hattie, J., & Eells, R. (2018). The Power of Collective Efficacy. Educational Leadership, 75(6), p. 41-44. 

ASCD Review

 

Donohoo, J. (2018). Collective Teacher Efficacy Research: Productive Patterns of Behaviour and Other Positive Consequences. Journal of Educational Change, p. 1-23. 

 

 

Donohoo, J. (2017). Collective Teacher Efficacy Research: Implications for Professional Learning. Journal of Professional Capital & Community. 2(2), 101-116.

 

 

Donohoo, J. (2017). Leveraging Collective Efficacy for Students and Educators. Principal Connections: The Magazine of Catholic Principals’ Council. 21(1), 16-18.

 

Donohoo, J. (2017). Collective Efficacy: Powerful Influence to Improve Student Achievement. OPC Register: The Magazine for Ontario’s Principals and Vice-Principals. 19(2), 20-23.  

 

Donohoo, J. & Katz, S. (2017). When teachers believe, students achieve. The Learning Professional. 38(6), 20-27. 

 

Donohoo, J., & Katz, S. (2019). What Drives Collective Efficacy? Four Ways Educators Gain the Power to Make a Difference. Educational Leadership, 76(9), 24-29.

 

Donohoo, J. (2013). An Inquiry Approach to System Learning. OPC Register: The Magazine for Ontario’s Principals and Vice-Principals. 15(3),8-13.

 

Donohoo, J. (2013). Caring Adults Make the Difference! Education Forum, 39(3), 7-8.

 

Donohoo. J. (2013). District Leadership - The Case of Ontario: Moving from Isolated Teacher Practice to Collective Teacher Practice. International Network for Education in Emergencies, Professional Development in Crisis Series. Download available from:

http://www.ineesite.org/en/discuss/tpd-in-crisis-series-week-11-formal-and-informal-leadership

 

Donohoo, J. (2013). Great to Excellent: Considerations for Professional Learning as the Next Stage of Ontario’s Reform Agenda is Launched. Learning Forward Ontario. Download available from:

http://learningforwardontario.ca/PDF/Great-to-Excellent.pdf

 

Donohoo, J. (2012). Five Effective Steps: Supporting Our Teachers in Implementing Change. OPC Register: The Magazine for Ontario’s Principals and Vice-Principals. 14(3), 34-38. 

 

Donohoo, J. (2011). Collaborative Inquiry: A Facilitator’s Guide. A joint publication between Learning Forward Ontario and the London Region Professional Network Community. Download available from:

http://misalondon.ca/PDF/collabpdfs/Collaborative_Inquiry_Guide_2011.pdf

 

Donohoo, J. (2010). Learning How to Learn: Cornell Notes as an Example. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 54(3), 224-227.

 

Donohoo, J. & Howitt, C. (2010). Power in Numbers: Teachers as Learning Partners and the Positive Effects of Peer Coaching. OPC Register: The Magazine for Ontario’s Principals and Vice-Principals.12(3), 24-29.

 

Donohoo, J. & Howitt, C. (2008). Breaking the Mold: Juggling Professional Learning Communities by Aligning Time, Space, and Commitment. OPC Register: The Magazine for Ontario’s Principals and Vice-Principals. 10(4), 34-38.

 

Donohoo, J. (2008). Action Research: Converting Collected Data into Educational Practice. OPC Register: The Magazine for Ontario’s Principals and Vice-Principals.10(1), 40-43.

 

Ellis, J., Lamoureux, J., Awender, T., Wessel, D., & Donohoo, J. (2008). Of Class, Culture, and Accountability. The International Journal of Learning, 15(2), 25-34. 

 

Donohoo, J. (2006). Increasing Literacy – Reflections on a Blog Pilot Project. Learning and Leading with Technology, 33(8), 34-36.