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Anthony H. Normore, Ph.D.

Title: Associate Professor, Graduate Education

Department: Graduate Education

Office: COE 1447
Phone Extension: x3925
Email Username: anormore

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Books / Journals - Special Issues



 

Chapters in Books

  • Normore, A.H. (in press). The process of transforming the dissertation or thesis into publications. In T. Rocco & T. Hatcher (Eds.). Demystifying the writing and publishing process: A guide for emerging scholars (pp. ???) (under contract: Sage Publications).
  • Normore, A. H. (in press). Culturally relevant leadership for social justice: Honoring the integrity of First Nations communities in Northeast Canada. In J. Collard, A.H. Normore, and B. Merchant (Eds.), Leadership and intercultural dynamics (pp.???). Information Age Publishers, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  • *Normore, A.H., & Blanco, R. (in press). Leadership for social justice and morality: Collaborative partnerships, school-linked services and the plight of the poor. In A. H. Normore (Ed.), Leadership for social justice: Promoting equity and excellence through inquiry and reflective practice (pp. ???). Information Age Publishers. Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
  • Normore, A. H. (in press). Case Commentary: Choosing Sides. Ethical leadership: Fostering ethical knowledge through professional inquiry. Ontario College of Teachers and Ontario Principal’s Council; Laval University Press. Quebec, Quebec.
  • Jean-Marie, G., & Normore, A. H. (in press). A repository of hope for social justice: Black women leaders at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. In A.H. Normore (Ed.), Leadership for social justice: Promoting equity and excellence through inquiry and reflective practice (pp. ????). Information Age Publishers. Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • Normore, A. H. (2001). Leadership succession planning. In P. T. Begley & C. Slater (Eds.), School leadership in Canada series, (pp. 23-28). Hillsdale, Ontari Begley & Associates.


 

Peer Reviewed Articles

* denotes co-authored with a graduate student.



 

Government Report or Monograph

  • Normore, A. H. (2005). Leadership Recruitment and selection in school districts: Trends and issues. In Research and Publication Abstracts, Center for Urban Education and Innovation Research Fellows. Florida International University. Print Farm: Miami, Fl.
  • Small, H., Earl, L., Lasky, S., Sutherland, S., & Normore, A. H. (2000, March). Impact 2000: Report of the impact of government reforms on education. Toronto, Ontari Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation—OSSTF.


 

Newsletter Features

  • Normore, A.H., Cunahan, E., Watts, M. (2008). Point/Counterpoint:Potential and Problems of EducationalLeadership in International Perspective(s). Three views represented: USA, Philippines, and United Kingdom. UCEA Review, University Council of Educational Administration, 69(2), 14-16.
  • Normore, A. H., & Mary V. Alfred (2006, Summer).Leading change in the School Improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools: A conversation with Irving Hamer, Part II. School Leadership News: American Educational Research Association’s Division A Newsletter: Administration, Organization, and Leadership, 16, 7-13.
  • Normore, A. H., & Mary V. Alfred (2006, Spring). Leading change in the School Improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools: A conversation with Irving Hamer, Part I, School Leadership News: American Educational Research Association’s Division A Newsletter: Administration, Organization, and Leadership, 15, 6-10.
  • Normore, A. H., & Moses, R. (2006). From a pivotal Civil Rights activist to radical equations: Grassroots leadership and lessons for educational leaders. A conversation with Robert Moses. UCEA Review, University Council of Educational Administration, 67(1), 19-22.
  • Normore, A. H., & Delpit, L. (2004). Leading other people’s children: A conversation with Lisa Delpit. School Leadership News: American Educational Research Association’s Division A Newsletter: Administration, Organization, and Leadership, 8, 11-13.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003). No principal left behind: The summer 2003 Technology Leadership Institute, Technology Bytes Newsletter, Florida International University, 2(1), 3.


 

Reviews



 

Proceedings

  • Normore, A.H., & Jean-Marie, G. (2007, April). Female secondary school leaders: At the helm of democratic schooling and social justice. In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 72-77). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Pelletier, R., & Normore, A.H. (2007, April). The predictive power of homework assignment on student achievements in mathematics.. In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 84-89). Miami, FL: Florida International University. http://coeweb.fiu.edu/research_conference/
  • *Thompson-Hawkins, B., & Normore, A.H. (2007, April). A case study: The alignment of withdrawal codes for reporting dropout in two Disciplinary Alternative schools in a large urban school district. In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.),Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 114-119). Miami, FL: Florida International University. http://coeweb.fiu.edu/research_conference/
  • *Normore, A.H., *Paul-Doscher, S., *Riaz, O., *DelVal, R., & *Martinez, J. (2006, October). In search of authentic educational leadership: Pursuing, cultivating, and supporting special moral agency. In P. T. Begley (Ed.), Moral Agency of the Educational Leader: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia: Canada. Available on CD.
  • Begley, P.T., Shapiro, J., Normore, A.H., & Leonard, P. (2006, October). Integrating values and ethics into teaching. In P. T. Begley (Ed.), Moral Agency of the Educational Leader: Proceedings of the 11th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia: Canada. Available on CD.
  • *Martin, R.L., & Normore, A.H. (2006, April). Effects of cooperative and individual instructional learning system on attitudes and achievement in mathematics. In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.),Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 64-69). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Moss, L., & Normore, A. H. (2006). An exploratory analysis of John Dewey's writings: Implications for school leaders. In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.), In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.),Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 82-87). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Samai- Shadeed, P., & Normore, A. H. (2006, April). A case study: Perceptions of the induction process of intern principals in Broward County Public Schools. In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.),Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 112-117). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Cramp, D., & Normore, A.H. (2005, October). Ethics: The scientific and philosophic study of conduct and authenticity. In P. T. Begley (Ed.), Promoting Authentic Educational Leadership to Aspiring Academic Leaders: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA. Available on CD. State College, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University. Available on CD.
  • Normore, A. H., Gross, S., Sernak, K., MacDonald, T., Brown, L., *Blanco, R. (2005, October). Cultivating ethical leadership for promoting authentic learning for all. In P. T. Begley (Ed.), Promoting Authentic Educational Leadership to Aspiring Academic Leaders: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference. State College, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University. Available on CD.
  • *Doscher, S., & Normore, A. H. (2005, April). Feminine concepts of leadership and power: A new framework for development ethics and education development. In M. Cleary, S. Nielson, & M. Plakhotnik (Eds.),Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Fourth Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 9-14). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Blanco, R., & Normore, A. H. (2004, October). The ethical role of instructional leaders with social services, public schools and the poor: A transformational historical perspectives-contemporary response. In P.T. Begley (ED.), Promoting the Moral Development of Professional Educators, Children and Youth: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference. Christ Church, Barbados. Available on CD.
  • Brooks, J. S., & Normore, A. H. (2004, October). An Aristotelian framework for the development of ethical leadership. In P.T. Begley (ED.), Promoting the Moral Development of Professional Educators, Children and Youth: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference. Christ Church, Barbados. Available on CD.
  • Normore, A. H. (2004, October). Reinventing the principalship: Combining the forces of shared leadership and values. In P.T. Begley (ED.), Promoting the Moral Development of Professional Educators, Children and Youth: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Values, Ethics and Leadership Conference. Christ Church, Barbados. Available on CD.
  • *Finley, D., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). Class size reduction: A significant option for improving student learning. In S. Neilsen & T. S. Rocco (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Third Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 7-13). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Fong-Yee, D., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). The impact of quality teachers on student achievement. In S. Neilsen & T. S. Rocco (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Third Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 12-16). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Loughry, K., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). A model for teacher induction and mentoring programs. In S. Neilsen & T. S. Rocco (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Third Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 64-69). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Mayo, M., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). Class size reduction for the state of Florida: Is this the solution for a better education? In S. Neilsen & T. S. Rocco (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Third Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 76-80). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Perez, M., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). Technology integration and school leadership In S. Neilsen & T. S. Rocco (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Third Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 104-109). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • *Barrios, V., & Normore, A. H. (2003, October) Exercising knowledge of character education in school leaders’ hiring practices: Perspectives from the front lines. In P.T. Begley (ED.), Education, Ethics, and the “Cult of Efficiency: Implications for Values and Leadership: Proceedings of the Eight Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference. State College, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University, Available on CD.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, October). Ethics, values and educational leadership programs: Finding the North Star in the dust storm. In P.T. Begley (ED.), Education, Ethics, and the “Cult of Efficiency: Implications for Values and Leadership: Proceedings of the Eight Annual Values, Ethics and Leadership Conference. State College, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University. Available on CD.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, April). Recruitment, socialization and accountability of School administrators in two urban school districts. In S. Neilsen & T. S. Rocco (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Second Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 115-119). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, April). Performance appraisals of school administrators: A contemporary model. In S. Neilsen & T. S. Rocco (Eds.), Supporting Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Proceedings of the Second Annual College of Education Conference (pp. 120-125). Miami, FL: Florida International University.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, January). Professional and organizational socialization processes: A literature review. Proceedings of the First Annual Hawaii International Conference in Education, Honnolulu, Hawaii. Available on CD.
  • Normore, A. H. (2002, October). Challenges in leadership succession planning: Professional and organizational socialization of school administrators. In P. T. Begley (Ed.), Responding to Ethical Dilemmas: Personal and Professional Challenges of Educational Leadership. Proceedings of the 7th Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, Toronto, Ontari Canada. University of Toronto.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, January). Principal succession planning. Proceedings of the Professional Education Evaluation Training Program for Anhui (China) Educators (pp. 25-38), Columbia International College/Center for Educational Change, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, March). Peacock Elementary School: A changing school In Labrador 1993-1996 (Researcher Reflections). In K. W. Meuwissen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 15th Annual Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference (pp.65-74).Toronto, Ontario, Canada: University of Toronto.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, March). An analysis of policy for French second language education: School District #1 in Newfoundland and Labrador. In K. W. Meuwissen (Ed.), Proceedings of the 15th Annual Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference (pp. 139-152).Toronto, Ontario, Canada: University of Toronto.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, October). Confronting a dilemma: The teaching process for moral development. In P. T. Begley (Ed.), Leadership for Ethical Schools: Dilemmas of Standards and Individual Needs: Proceedings of the 6th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Charlottesville, VA. Available on CD.
  • Normore, A. H. (2000, March). Integrating school improvement and performance appraisals. In J. Kirk and R. Dugan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th Annual Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference (pp. 196-206).Albany, New York: University of Albany.
  • Normore, A. H. (2000, March). School-wide reform and school improvement: The accelerated schools approach. In J. Kirk and R. Dugan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th Annual Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference (pp. 80-88).Albany, New York: University of Albany.
  • Normore, A. H. (2000, September). The impact of change on teacher’s emotions: Designing a questionnaire. In P.T. Begley (ED.), Ethical Dimensions of School Leadership: Proceedings of the 5th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, Bridgetown, Barbados. Available on CD.


 

Invited Presentations

  • Gross, S., Shapiro, J. Normore, A.H., Dantley, M., O’Hair, M.J., Begley, P., Woods, P., & Young, M. (2008). New DEEL Townhall: Leadership for Learning/Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership: Are these Two Educational Movements Compatible or Incompatible?Invited “Special session” presentation for the annual convention of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), Orlando, Florida, October 30 - Nov. 2.
  • Normore, A.H. (2007, September). Principal preparation processes: A critical review and discussion of practices in the USA and Canada. Panelist for pre-conference session at the 12th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, State College, Pennsylvania.
  • Normore, A.H., Guillard, O., Power, K., Hernandez, J. Cunningham, G., & Martinez, C. (2006, Dec.). Achieving social justice in educational environments: Urban school transformation: Increasing student performance within the School Improvement Zone. Panel discussion presented at Meeting of Phi Delta Kappan, Chapter 1370, Florida International University, December 3, 2006.
  • Normore, A.H. (2007, Feb.). Engaging urban school leaders in radical change: Investigating the School Improvement Zone Initiative of Miami-Dade County Public School District. Presented for Student Research and Artistic Initiatives, Honors College, Florida International University, February 22, 2007.
  • Begley, P.T., Shapiro, J., Normore, A.H., & Leonard, P. (2006, Nov.). Teaching ethics at the post secondary institutions. Keynote panel presented at the Annual Convention of University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), San Antonio, TX, November 9-12.
  • Begley, P.T., Shapiro, J., Normore, A.H., & Leonard, P. (2006, Oct.). Integrating values and ethics into teaching. Keynote Panel presented at the 11 Annual Values and Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 6, 2006.
  • Normore, A. H. (2006, Oct.). Benefits of mentoring during the research development process. Pre-conference workshop presented at the 11 Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 5, 2006.
  • Normore, A. H., & Alfred, M. V. (2006, Feb.). Miami-Dade County’s School Improvement Zone: School-based leadership perspectives. Presented at the Superintendents’ Symposium on Accelerating Student Achievement and School Performance, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  • Gross, S., Shapiro, J., Normore, A.H., Sernak, K. (2005, Nov.).Building the concept of Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership (New DEEL): A UCEA Values Conference Town Meeting. Presented at the Annual Convention of University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), San Antonio, TX, November 9-12.
  • Normore, A.H. (2005, Nov.). Co-authoring papers with graduate students for conferences and/or publications. Presented at the Writing Group Series, College of Education, Florida International University, November. 2005.
  • Tuana, N., Normore, A.H., Greensfield, W., Collard, J., & Zaretsky, L. (2005, Oct.). Analysis of an ethical dilemma: Pride, privilege, and presumption: Raising awareness of challenges and opportunities for building inclusive community”. Keynote panel presented at the 10th Annual Values and Leadership Conference, October, 2005
  • Begley, P., Normore, A.H., Burford, C., Young, M., & Boyd, W. (2004, Sept). International perspectives on leadership issues: Implications for policy. Keynote Panel presented at Erdiston Teachers College, Ninth Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Christ Church, Barbados, September, 2004
  • Normore, A. H. (2004, June). The covenant of transformational school leadership: Avoiding ambiguous visions, vague values, and fickle philosophies. Summer Institute Leadership Academy for South Eastern Consortium for Minorities in Engineering (SECME), University of Houston, Houston, Texas, June, 2004
  • Normore, A.H. (2004, Dec). Publishing from the dissertation. Presented at the Writing Group Series, College of Education, Florida International University, December, 2004.
  • Normore, A.H., (2003, Nov.).Developing a conceptual framework. Presented at the Writing Group Series, College of Education, Florida International University, November, 2003.


 

Presented Papers and Lectures/Conference Presentations - National/International

  • Allison, B., & Normore, A.H. (2009).Creating the eduerati: Professorial leadership to redesign educational leadership programs integrating business, science and psychology with educational policy. Paper submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, April 13-17, 2009, San Diego, California. Jean-Marie, G., Johnson, T., Normore, A.H., Slayton, J., Brooks, J., Reed, C., Granthan, J., Tooms,
  •  A., & Smialek, C. (2009).Innovative leadership preparation in three contexts: Urban, suburban, and rural. Paper submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, April 13-17, 2009, San Diego, California.
  • Shapiro, J., Gross, S., Normore, A.H., Larson, C., Dantley, M., Furman, G., Begley, P., Erensal, T., Alston, M., & Cate, J. (2008). New DEEL Workshop: Preparing democratic ethical educational leaders for a new era. Paper symposium presented atthe annual convention of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), Orlando, Florida, October 30 - Nov. 2, 2008.
  • * Normore, A.H., Espinoza, G., & Forster, D., Paek, S., & Ponce, E., Rivera, R. (2008). Action research that promotes moral literacy and educational leadership.Symposium accepted for presentation for the annual conference for Values and Educational Leadership, Victoria, British Columbia, October 2 – Oct. 4, 2008.
  • * Normore, A.H., Soohoo, S., Newton, J., Tague, C., Electrby, D., Fisher, M., Gonzalez, C. (2008). Pursuing, developing and cultivating moral literacy and critical pedagogy. Symposium accepted for presentation for the annual conference for Values and Educational Leadership, Victoria, British Columbia, October 2 – Oct. 4, 2008.
  • Jean-Marie, G., Normore, A.H., & Brooks, J. (2008, March). Leadership for social justice: Preparing 21st century school leaders for a new social order. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, New York, New York, March 24-28.
  • Shapiro, J., Gross, S., Normore, A.H., Larson, C., Dantley, M., Furman, G., Begley, P., Erensal, T., Alston, M., & Cate, J. (2008, March). Fostering compassion and understanding across borders: UCEA New DEEL Workshop Proposal - Innovative Sessions: Part 2. Workshop presented at the annual conference of the American Education Research Association, New York, New York, March 24-28.
  • Jean-Marie, J., & Normore, A. H. (2007, November). Fostering compassion and understanding across borders: A new social order: Leadership for social justice in preparation programs - Conversations/Dialogues. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Convention of University Council for Educational Administration, Alexandria, Virginia .
  • Shapiro Shapiro, J., Gross, S., Normore, A.H., Larson, C., Dantley, M., Furman, G., Begley, P., Erensal, T., Alston, J., & Cate, J. (2007, November). Fostering compassion and understanding across borders: UCEA New DEEL Workshop Proposal - Innovative Sessions: Part 1. Workshop presented at the 21st Annual Convention of University Council for Educational Administration, Alexandria, Virginia. .
  • Normore, A.H. (2007, September). Principal preparation processes: A critical review and discussion of practices in the USA and Canada. Panelist for pre-conference session at the 12th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, State College, Pennsylvania.
  • *Spiridakis, A., & Normore, A. H. (2007, September). The moral context of research and practice: Connecting Spartan and Athenian Philosophies to modern methods for teaching ethics and social justice to educational leaders. Paper submitted to the 12th Annual Values, Ethics and Educational Leadership Conference, State College, Pennsylvania.
  • Brooks, J.S., Jean-Marie, G., Normore, A.H., & Hodgins, D. (2007, April). Distributed leadership for social justice: Exploring how influence and equity are stretched over an urban high school. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of American Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 9-14
  • Lugg, C., & Mutchler, S. (2007, April). A Networkshop on administrator licensure: Leading for social justice. Chair: M. Grogan (UMissouri); State discussion facilitators include: A. H. Normore & G. Jean-Marie, (FIU) J. Brooks, (FSU), K. Murtadha & Bill Black (UIndiana); A. LeSane, L. Tillman, F. English, & K. Brown (UNorth Carolina, Chapel Hill); Rick Reitzug (UNorth Carolina, Greensboro; Discussants: Charles Payne (Duke University) & Catherine Marshall (UNorth Carolina, Chapel Hill). Workshop presented at the Annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 9-14
  • Normore, A. H. & Alfred, M. A. (2007, April). Engaging urban school leaders in radical change: Exploring the School Improvement Zone initiative of Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, April 9-14
  • Normore, A. H. & Brooks, J. S. (2007, April). Doomed to failure or destined for success: A symposium about leadership preparation, socialization, and social justice. Symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
  • *Rosenfeld, L.D., & Normore, A.H. (2007, April). Examining the truancy intervention program(TIP) in Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL
  • *Samai- Shadeed, P., & Normore, A. H. (2007, April). Principal interns: An induction process in a south Florida school district. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL
  • Begley, P.T., Shapiro, J., J., Normore, A.H., & Leonard, P. (2006, Nov.). Teaching ethics at the post secondary institutions. Invited symposium at the Annual Convention of University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), San Antonio, TX, November 9-12.
  • Jean-Marie, G., & Normore, A.H. (2006, November). Mitigating professional challenges: The voices of urban and suburban female secondary school leaders. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), San Antonio, TX, November, 9-12.
  • Normore, A. H., & Hamer, I. (2006, November). Designing platforms for one year of radical change in the School Improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools: A conversation with Irving Hamer. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), San Antonio, TX, November 9-12.
  • Collard, J., Normore, A. H., Merchant, B., Walker, A., & Johannson, O. (2006, October). Leadership and intercultural dynamics: Revising theory, improving praxis. Symposium presented at the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM) Conference, Nicosia, Cypress, October 12-17, 2006
  • *Normore, A.H., *Paul-Doscher, S., *Riaz, O., *DelVal, R., & *Martinez, J. (2006, October). In search of authentic educational leadership: Pursuing, cultivating, and supporting special moral agency. A symposium presented at the 11 Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October, 7, 2006.
  • Begley, P.T., Shapiro, J., Normore, A.H., & Leonard, P. (2006, October). Integrating values and ethics into teaching. Invited Keynote Panel presented at the 11 Annual Values and Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 6, 2006.
  • Normore, A. H. (2006, October). Benefits of mentoring during the research development process. Pre-conference workshop facilitated at the 11 Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Victoria, British Columbia, October 5, 2006.
  • Normore, A. H. (2006, April). Leadership Development Continuum: A four-stage leadership preparation and training program in Broward County Public School District. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA.
  • Normore, A. H., & Alfred, M.V., Guilliard, O., Powers, K., Cunningham, G., & Paris, J. (2006, April). Urban principals at work in the School Improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), San Francisco, CA.
  • Normore, A. H., & Alfred, M. V. (2006, February.). Miami-Dade County’s School Improvement Zone: School-based leadership perspectives. Paper presented at the Superintendents’ Symposium on Accelerating Student Achievement and School Performance, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  • Brooks, J. S., & Normore, A.H. (2005, November). Socialization for social justice: How educational leaders learn to fight for equity and excellence in schools. Symposium presented at the Annual Convention of University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA), Nashville, TN.
  • *Cramp, D., & Normore, A.H. (2005, October). Ethics: The scientific and philosophic study of conduct and authenticity. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Values and educational leadership Conference, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.
  • Normore, A. H., & Ilon, L. (2005, April). Cost effective inputs: Is class size reduction the best investment for Florida? Paper presented at the 86th Annual American Educational Research Association (AERA), Montreal, Quebec.
  • Normore, A. H., Gross, S., Sernak, K., MacDonald, T., Brown, L., *Blanco, R. (2005, October). Cultivating ethical leadership for promoting authentic learning for all. Symposium presented at the 10th Annual Values and Leadership Conference, Penn State University, State College, PA.
  • *Blanco, R., & Normore, A. H. (2004, October). The ethical role of instructional leaders with social services, public schools and the poor: A transformational historical perspectives-contemporary response. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Southern Palms Resort, Barbados.
  • Brooks, J. S., & Normore, A. H. (2004, October). An Aristotelian framework for the development of ethical leadership. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Southern Palms Resort, Barbados.
  • Normore, A. H. (2004, October). Reinventing the principalship: Combining the forces of shared leadership and values. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Southern Palms Resort, Barbados.
  • *Barrios, V., & Normore, A. H. (2003, October) Exercising knowledge of character education in school leaders’ hiring practices: Perspectives from the front lines. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Penn State University.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, October). Ethics, values and educational leadership programs: Finding the North Star in the dust storm. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Penn State University.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, January). Professional and organizational socialization processes: A literature review. Paper presented at the Annual Hawaii International Conference in Education, Honnolulu, Hawaii.
  • Normore, A. H. (2002, October). Challenges in leadership succession planning: Professional and organizational socialization of school administrators. Paper presented at the 7th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, OISE/University of Toronto.
  • Earl, L., Sutherland, S., Kilcher, A. H. Normore, A. H., Hopkins, D., & Harris, A. (2001, April). School effectiveness and school improvement: Networking -three international school improvement projects (Nova Scotia, Manitoba, England), A symposium presented to the annual American Educational Research Association Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, January). Principal succession planning. Paper presented at the Professional Education Evaluation Training Program for Anhui (China) Educators, Columbia International College/Center for Educational Change, Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, January). Recruitment and socialization of school administrators. Paper presented at the Annual International Congress of School Improvement and School Effectiveness, York University, Toronto, Ontario.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, May). Recruitment and selection procedures for promoting administrators. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), Université Laval, Quebec City, Quebec.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, March). Peacock Elementary School: A changing school In Labrador 1993-1996 (Researcher Reflections) Paper presented at the 15th Annual Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference, University of Toronto, Ontario.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, March). An analysis of policy for French second language education: School District #1 in Newfoundland and Labrador. Paper presented at the 15th Annual Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference, University of Toronto, Ontario.
  • Volante, L., & Normore, A. H. (2001, May). Teacher education reform and alternative training models. Paper presented at the Annual Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), Université Laval, Quebec City, Quebec.
  • Normore, A. H. (2001, October). Confronting a dilemma: The teaching process for moral development. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Charlottesville, VA.
  • Normore, A. H. (2000, March). Integrating school improvement and performance appraisals. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Edward F. Kelly Conference, Albany, New York, March, 2000.
  • Normore, A. H. (2000, March). School-wide reform and school improvement: The accelerated schools approach. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Edward F. Kelly Conference, Albany, NY.
  • Normore, A. H. (2000, September). The impact of change on teacher’s emotions: Designing a questionnaire. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Values and Educational Leadership Conference, Bridgetown, Barbados.


 

Presented Papers and Lectures/Conference Presentations - Regional/Local

  • Normore, A.H., Davis, J., Aguilar, J., Cook, L.H., Gallagher, P., Sapp. J., & Cook, L.. (2008, February). The New Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership. Poster presentation at the annual Poster Fair for Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), California State University-Dominguez Hills, Carson [Los Angeles], California, February 14..
  • Normore, A.H., & Jean-Marie, G. (2007, April). Female secondary school leaders: At the helm of democratic schooling and social justice. Paper presented at the 6th Annual College of Educational Research Conference, Miami, Florida, April 28.
  • *Pelletier, R., & Normore, A.H. (2007, April). The effects of homework assignments on student achievement in grade three. Paper presented at the 6th Annual College of Educational Research Conference, Miami, Florida, April 28.
  • *Thompson-Hawkins, B., & Normore, A.H. (2007, April). A case study: The alignment of withdrawal codes for reporting dropout in two Disciplinary Alternative schools in a large urban school district. Paper presented at the 6th Annual College of Educational Research Conference, Miami, Florida, April 28.
  • *Martin, R.L., & Normore, A.H. (2006, April). Effects of cooperative and individual instructional learning system on attitudes and achievement in mathematics. Paper presented at the 5th Annual College of Education Research Conference, Florida International University, Miami, FL.
  • *Moss, L., & Normore, A. H. (2006). An exploratory analysis of John Dewey's writings: Implications for school leaders. Paper presented at the 5th Annual College of Education Research Conference, Florida International University, Miami, Fl, April, 2006
  • *Samai- Shadeed, P., & Normore, A. H. (2006, April). A case study: Perceptions of the induction process of intern principals in Broward County Public Schools. Paper presented at the 5th Annual College of Education Research Conference, Florida International University, Miami, FL.
  • *Doscher, S., & Normore, A. H. (2005, April). Feminine concepts of leadership and power: A new framework for development ethics and education development. Paper presented at the 4th Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Normore, A.H. (2005, April). Leadership preparation and training in a large urban school district in south Florida. Paper presented at the 4th Annual College of Education Research Conference, Florida International University, Miami, FL.
  • *Finley, D., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). Class size reduction: A significant option for improving student learning. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • *Fong-Yee, D., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). The impact of quality teachers on student achievement. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • *Loughry, K., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). A model for teacher induction and mentoring programs. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • *Mayo, M., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). Class size reduction for the state of Florida: Is this the solution for a better education? Paper presented at the 3rd Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • *Perez, M., & Normore, A. H. (2004, April). Technology integration and school leadership. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, April). Recruitment, socialization and accountability of School administrators in two urban school districts. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003, April). Performance appraisals of school administrators: A contemporary model. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual College of Education Research Conference, Miami, FL.


 

Grants Awarded

  • Alfred, M. V., & Normore, A. H. (Fall, 2005-2006). Professional development within the school improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools ($4,800.00, Dean’s Research Grant)
  • Delpit, L., Normore, A. H., Wynne, J., Stepick, A., Alfred, M., et al., (2005). Evaluating the Superintendent’s School Improvement Zone initiative in Miami-Dade County ($75,000.00, Miami-Dade County Public Schools)
  • Ilon, L., & Normore, A. H. (2003-2004). Cost effective inputs: Is class size reduction the best investment for Florida? ($5,000.00, Dean’s Research Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (2003-2004). The leadership for learning/learning for leadership link: An online resource for South Florida educators ($2,500.00, Preparing Teachers for Tomorrow (PT3) Research Technology Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (2003-2004). Leadership development programs in Broward County: A case study ($5,000.00, Dean’s Research Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (2002-2003). Designing an online course in educational administration: The principalship-EDA6503 ($2,500.00, Preparing Teachers for Tomorrow (PT3) Research Technology Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (Spring, 2001). Recruitment, socialization, and accountability of school administrators in two large urban school districts ($7,500.00, Ontario Principal’s and Vice-Principal’s Council Research Grant)


 

Awards, Honors - School/College

  • Merit Award, Highly Meritorious 2003-06
  • Nominee, College of Education Frost Professorship Award 2005
  • Recipient, College of Education Builder Award 2005


 

Awards/Honors - University

  • Nominee, Graduate Faculty-Student Mentorship Award, Faculty Senate, Honorary Degrees and Awards 2006
  • Nominee, Excellence in Research Award: Florida International University, Honorary Degrees and Awards 2004
  • Nominee, Outstanding FIU Faculty Award: Torch Awards for a faculty member who has made a lasting impression on the lives of FIU alumni 2004


 

Awards, Honors - Professional

  • Best paper award, “Using media as the basis for a social issues approach to promoting moral literacy in university teaching” by Anthony H. Normore (California State University, Dominguez-Hills) and Stephanie Paul Doscher (Florida International University) for the inaugural Leadership for Social Justice Best Paper Award. AERA 2008
  • Journal of Research in Leadership Education (UCEA), Outstanding Reviewer of the Year Award 2007 
  •  Appointment: Barbara Jackson Scholar Mentor, University Council for Educational Administration 2006
  • Appointment: Board of Trustees, Donald J. Willower Center for the Study of Leadership and Ethics, Penn State University 2006
  • Nominee, Willower Center Award for Excellence, Penn State University 2006
  • Nominee, Principal Preparation Task Force for National Association of Secondary School Principals 2005


 

Community Service

  • Invited Keynote Address/Speaker at Local Schools
    • Corona Avenue Elementary School , Los Angeles Unified School District (June 25)                               2008
    • Mater Academy’s Career Day: Lifelong learning, Mater Academy Public Charter Elementary School, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, May 9, 2007 (Contact: Kim M. Guilarte, Principal)
    • Annual Senior Capstone Project/Agriscience “Conducting mock  interviews” for High School Seniors.

                                                         I.      William H. Turner Technical Arts High School, April 26, 2007; May 2, 2006 ; May 25, 2004

    • Student Leadership Academy: Preparing senior high school students for leadership roles, Ransom Everglades Senior High School. Invited by Upper Division Dean to address 150 senior high students at Student Leadership Academy, March 24, 2007
    • Early Release Workshop: Cultivating leadership: Connecting people, purpose and practices. With Gaetane Jean-Marie (Invited by school principal, Devon Aire K-8 Center, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, November 29, 2006)

                                                         I.      Mock Interviewer: FIU’s Student Teachers’ “Mock interviews” for Curriculum and Instruction, COE, FIU.

                                                        II.      College of Education, April, 2006; TROY Academy, December, 2005

  • Emcee, Student Awards Ceremony, Corporate Academy North Disciplinary Alternative High School, M-DCPS, Liberty City, Miami, FL, May, 2005.
  • Invited Lecturer: Pembroke Pines Charter School-Florida State University, June 18, 2004
  • Leadership for Alternative Education Committee, Miami-Dade County Public Schools (2005-2006). Hurricane Katrina Relief Effort: Contact: Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz, District 12, Miami-Dade County, Miami, Florida, September, 2005.
  • FIU Representative at SECME (South Eastern Consortium for Minorities in Engineering/Education) Awards Breakfast Banquet, Radisson Mart Plaza, Miami, FL, May, 2005
  • Mayor’s Mentoring Initiative Member for Mayor Manny Diaz’ Partnership for Miami Dade Public Schools/City of Miami (2003-2005)
Regular Visitor (volunteer and invited by school and district administration) to Local Schools and School District Offices: Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Broward County Public Schools, Monroe County Public Schools (2002-present

 

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