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Prof. Philip Hallinger – ELLTA Association

Prof. Philip Hallinger

Prof. Philip Hallinger

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

  • Internationally recognized scholar in the field of Educational Leadership and Change, as an innovation leader in the areas of instructional leadership, educational change, leadership development, and school improvement in leadership development – a prolific author, trainer and consultant
  • Has lived in Asia for the past 18 years and works extensively with both private and public sector organizations
  • Chief Academic Officer and Professor of Management, College of Management at Mahidol University, Thailand (2000 -2008)
  • Professor of Leadership and Organization and Director, Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Leadership at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, USA (1987-2000)
  • Published 10 books, 35 book chapters, over 100 journal articles on leadership and management including 30 in SSCI journals and twice serving as a Senior Co-editor of the International Handbook of Research in Educational Leadership and Administration; has co-authored the most widely cited series of reviews of empirical research on school leadership published in the field
  • Authored the Principal Instructional Leadership Rating Scale (PIMRS), the most widely used survey instrument in the world employed internationally by researchers for measuring school/ instructional leadership (more than 125 doctoral dissertations have used the PIMRS internationally)
  • With collaborator Prof. Edwin Bridges, pioneered the use of problem-based learning in management education and has trained professors from throughout the world in the use of PBL
  • Most recently, led in design and implementation of a “problem-based learning track” in a large Master of Management degree program in Asia
  • Authored a series of problem-based, computer simulations for use in management education that have been translated and adapted into Thai, Korean, Malay and several European languages
  • Has been instrumental in stimulating the initiation and development of school leadership development centers in the USA, Canada, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Australia
  • Has been selected by education ministries in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Thailand to be personally responsible for designing and implementing (i.e., training) induction and professional development programs for large numbers of school principals
  • As Chief Academic Officer of the College of Management, Mahidol University, led the development of a highly successful student-centered graduate program in management education