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Christopher Day

Emeritus Professor of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Christopher Day is Professor of Education and co-convenor of the Centre for Research on Educational Leadership and Management (CRELM).

During the last twenty years, he has led and continues to lead national, European and international research and development projects in the areas of teachers' work and lives and school leadership in Europe, North and South America, China and Australasia, including invited keynote addresses at several national and international conferences. He is Editor-in-Chief of 'Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice'; and a member of the Editorial Board of The British Educational Research Journal. His national research projects include research on variations in teachers' work, lives and effectiveness; the evaluation of CPD: a nine country European project on successful principals in schools in challenging urban contexts; the impact of leadership in improving and effective schools on pupil outcomes; leading schools in challenging urban contexts; effective classroom teaching; and teacher resilience.He has also led a European project on the effective leadership of schools in challenging urban environments. He is currently directing an 25 country project on successful school principalship; co-directing a national project on teacher retention; co-directing a two country project on policy enactment and an International Baccalaureate schools' project on the leadership of the primary years programme..

His books have been published in several languages and include:Resilient Teachers, Resilient Schools(2014); The International Handbook of Teacher and School development (2012) ; New Understandings of Teachers' Work: Emotions and Educational Change (2011);Successful School Leadership: Linking with Learning and Achievement (2011); The New Lives of Teachers (2009) Teachers Matter (2007) Open University Press; Successful Principalship: International Perspectives (2007); A Passion for Teaching (2004); International Handbook of the Continuing Professional Development of Teachers (2004);. Effective Leadership for School Improvement (2003) ; Theory and Practice in Action Research (2002) (Co-edited) Oxford, Symposium Books; and Developing Teachers: The Challenges of Lifelong Learning (Falmer Press, 1999).

His is Adjunct Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Visiting Professor at the InHolland University, The Netherlands.

His abiding interest remains in teacher quality, school leadership, improvement and effectiveness; and, within these, understanding how schools, school networks and universities may provide effective management and support for teachers' and principals' long-term professional development through research and teaching. In recognition of his work internationally in the field of continuing professional development for teachers, he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Linkoping, Sweden, in 1993 and, in 2010, the Michael Huberman Award for Excellence in Research on Teachers by the American Educational Research Association.In 2009, he was awarded a D.Litt by the University of Nottingham and in 2012 he was elected as an Academician to the Academy of Social Sciences.

Supervision of Research Students

Christopher Day supervises research students working for research degrees in these areas: Continuing Professional Development; Leadership; Teacher Thinking; Reflection; Qualitative Research; Action Research; Biography and Narrative; School Development, Change and Improvement.

Expertise Summary

Leadership; schools in challenging circumstances; teacher' work and lives; teachers; identities; teacher commitment; teacher resilience; change at system and school level.

Research Summary

His particular concerns centre upon the continuing development of teachers, teachers' thinking, action research, leadership and school cultures.

Recent Publications

  • DAY, C and ARMSTRONG, P, 2016. School Leadership Research in England. In: H. ARLESTIG and C. DAY, eds., A Decade of Research on School Principals: Cases from 24 Countries Dordrecht: Springer.
  • H. ARLESTIG, C. DAY and O. JOHANSSON, eds., 2016. A Decade of Research on School Principals: Case Studies from 24 Countries Dordrecht: Springer.
  • DAY, C and HARRIS, B, 2016. Understanding and Planning Emotions Research. In: SCHUTZ, P and ZEMBYLAS, M, eds., Methodological Advances in Research on Emotion and Education Springer. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C, 2016. School Leadership as an Influence on Teacher Quality. In: LO, L and XUDONG, Z, eds., xxx Springer. (In Press.)

Chris is a member of the Centre for Research in Educational Leadership and Management. His research supervision areas include:

  • action research
  • biography
  • case study
  • school change
  • school leadership
  • lifelong learning
  • narrative research
  • reflective practice
  • school development
  • teacher thinking
  • the continuing learning and professional development of teachers

Research proposals: please email Chris if you would like to discuss the appropriateness of your research topic. See also: School of Education research supervision areas.

  • DAY, C and ARMSTRONG, P, 2016. School Leadership Research in England. In: H. ARLESTIG and C. DAY, eds., A Decade of Research on School Principals: Cases from 24 Countries Dordrecht: Springer.
  • H. ARLESTIG, C. DAY and O. JOHANSSON, eds., 2016. A Decade of Research on School Principals: Case Studies from 24 Countries Dordrecht: Springer.
  • DAY, C and HARRIS, B, 2016. Understanding and Planning Emotions Research. In: SCHUTZ, P and ZEMBYLAS, M, eds., Methodological Advances in Research on Emotion and Education Springer. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C, 2016. School Leadership as an Influence on Teacher Quality. In: LO, L and XUDONG, Z, eds., xxx Springer. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C, 2016. Teachers and the quality of education: why resilience counts most in testing times. In: LI, J C K and DAY, C, eds., Quality and Change in Teacher Education: Western and Chinese perspectives Springer. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C, 2016. Competence-based education: issues in capability, quality and teacher professional development. In: MULDER, M, ed., Competence-Based Vocational and Professional Education Springer. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C, 2015. School Leadership as an Influence on Teacher Quality Professional Development Today. 17(3),
  • LI, J C K and DAY, C, 2015. Quality and Change in Teacher Education: Western and Chinese perspectives Springer. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C and GURR, D, 2014. Leading Schools Successfully: Stories from the Field London: Routledge.
  • DAY, C, 2014. England: Identity Challenge: The Courage of Conviction. In: DAY, C and GURR, D, eds., Leading Schools Successfully: Stories from the Field London: Routledge.
  • DAY, C, 2014. Teacher Quality in the Twenty First Century: New Lives, Old Truths. In: ZHU, X and ZEICHNER, K, eds., New Frontiers in Educational Research Dordrecht: Springer.
  • DAY, C and GU, Q, 2014. Resilient Teachers, Resilient Schools London: Routledge.
  • DAY, C, 2014. Committed for Life: Variations in Teachers' Work, Lives and Effectiveness. In: L. BELL and H. STEVENSON, eds., Organising Educational Leadership and Management: Organising and managing public service series London: Sage Publications. (In Press.)
  • SAMMONS, P, DAY, C and GU, Q, 2014. Using Mixed Methods to Investigate School Improvement and the Role of Leadership: An example of a longitudinal study in England Journal of Educational Administration. 52(5), 565-589
  • CHEN, J and DAY, C, 2014. Tensions and dilemmas for Chinese teachers in responding to system wide change: New ideas, old models. In: Q. GU, ed., The Lives of Teachers in China London: Routledge. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C, 2014. Budowanie I podtrzymywanie sukcesu w przywodztwie szkolnym: perspektywy miedzynarodowe (Building and Sustaining Success in Leadership: International Perspectives). In: STEFAN M. KWIATKOWSKI and JOANNA MADALINSKA-MICHALEK, eds., Przywodztwo Edukacyjne Warsaw: Wolters Kluwer SA. 119-155
  • DAY, C, 2014. Resilience, Teachers and the Quality of Education (A resiliencia, os professors e a qualidade da Educacao). In: FLORES, M A and COUTINHO, C, eds., Formacao e Trabalho Docente (Training & Teaching Work): Diversidade e Convergencias (Diversity and convergence) De Facto Editores. 101-130
  • DAY, C, 2013. The Virtues and Challenges of Mixed Methods Research: Case study of a National Project. In: MEDINA, A and DE LA HARRAN, A, eds., Fronteras en la Investigacion de la Ensenanza Madrid.
  • DAY, C, 2013. Professores apasionados, alumnus apasionados: Las habilidades tecnicas son un indicaodor de la calidad necesario, pero insuficente. In: IBANEZ MARTIN, J. A., ed., Educacion Libertad y cuidado Madrid: Los Autores. 65-86
  • DAY, C and SAMMONS, P, 2013. Successful Leadership: A review of the international literature CfBT Education Trust.
  • DAY, C, 2013. The New Lives of Teachers. In: C. CRAIG, P. C. MEIJER and J. BROECKMANS, eds., From Teacher Thinking to Teachers and Teaching: The Evolution of a Research Community Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.
  • DAY, C., 2012. New lives of teachers Teacher Education Quarterly. 39(1), 7-26
  • DAY, C, 2012. The Importance of Being Resilient School Leadership Today. 3(3), 54-59
  • DAY, C, 2012. Teacher Resilience SecEd. 7
  • DAY, C., 2011. New understandings of teacher effectiveness: Emotions and education change Springer.
  • 2011. New Insights: How successful school leadership is sustained. In: How School Principals Sustain Success Over Time: International Perspectives Springer. 223-230
  • 2011. Sustaining Improvements in Student Learning and Achievement: The importance of resilience in leadership. In: How School Principals Sustain Success Over Time: International Perspectives Springer. 167-182
  • 2011. Building and Sustaining Successful Principalship in An English School. In: How School Principals Sustain Success Over Time: International Perspectives Springer. 91-108
  • 2011. Introduction to the International Sucessful School Principal Project. In: How School Principals Sustain Sucess Over Time: International Perspectives Springer. 1-14
  • 2011. Preparing School Leaders to Lead Organisational Learning and Capacity Building. In: US and Cross-national Policies, Practices and Preparation: Implications for sucessful instructional leadership, organisational learning, and culturally responsive practices Springer-Kluwer. 103-124
  • DAY, C, JACOBSON, S and JOHANSSON, O, 2011. Leading Organisational Learning and Capacity Building. In: YLIMAKI, R and JACOBSON, S, eds., US and Cross-national Policies, Practices and Preparation: Implications for successful instructional leadership, organisational learnining, and culturally responsive practices Springer-Kluwer. 29-50
  • 2011. What We Know About Who Successful Principals Are and What Successful Principals Do Which Contributes to Wellbing and Achievement: The Layering of Leadership. In: Leadership and Learning Sage. 13-26
  • DAY, C., SAMMONS, P., LEITHWOOD, K., HOPKINS, D., GU, Q., BROWN, E. and AHTARIDOU, E., 2011. School Leadership and Student Outcomes: Linking with Learning Open University Press.
  • KINGTON, A., SAMMONS, P., DAY, C. and REGAN, E., 2011. Stories and statistics: describing a mixed methods study of effective classroom practice Journal of Mixed Methods Research. 5(2), 103-125
  • 2011. Uncertain Professional Identities: Managing the emotional contexts of teaching. In: New Understandings of Teacher Effectiveness: Emotions and Educational Change Springer.
  • 2011. Professional Learning and Development. In: Encyclopaedia of the Sciences of Learning Springer.
  • 2011. International Handbook of Teacher and School Development Routledge.
  • 2011. New Understandings of Teachers' Work: Emotions and Educational Change Springer.
  • 2011. Analysis of Educational Practices: A comparison of research models 247. Editrice La Scuola.
  • 2011. The Importance of Being Resilient School Leadership Today: Incorporating Managing School Today. 3(3), 54-59
  • 2011. The New Lives of Teachers:: research which influences Orbis Scholae. 5(2), 7-30
  • DAY C, 2011. Successful School Leadership:: linking learning and achievement Open University Press.
  • 2011. School Leadership Research in England. In: Rektor-En Forkningsoversikt 2000-20010 Vetenskapsradet, Stockholm, Sweden. 308
  • DAY, C and LANEVE, C, eds., 2011. Analysis of Educational Practices: A comparison of research models Editrice La Scuola.
  • MOOS, L, JOHANSSON, O and DAY, C, eds., 2011. How School Principals Sustain Success Over Time: International Perspectives Springer.
  • GU, Q., SCHWEISFURTH, M. and DAY, C., 2010. Learning and growing in a 'foreign' context: intercultural experiences of international students Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. 40(1), 7-23
  • DAY, C. and GU, Q., 2010. The new lives of teachers Routledge.
  • DAY, C., 2010. IN PRESS: Partnership between schools and higher education. In: VERLOOP, N., ed., International Encyclopedia of Education 3rd ed. Elsevier. (In Press.)
  • DAY, C., 2009. Capacity Building Through Layered Leadership: Sustaining the Turnaround. In: A. HARRIS, ed., Distributed Leadership. 7. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • DAY, C., 2009. Building and sustaining successful principalship in England: the importance of trust Journal of Educational Administration. 47(6), 719-730
  • DAY, C., 2009. Capacity building through layered leadership: Sustaining the turnaround. In: HARRIS, A., ed., Distributed leadership Open University Press.
  • DAY, C., 2009. A Passion for Quality: Teachers Who Make A Difference Tijdschrift voor Lerarenopleiders. 30(3),
  • DAY, C. & GU, Q., 2009. Teacher Emotions: Well Being and Effectiveness. In: P. SCHUTZ AND M. ZEMBYLAS, ed., Advances in Teacher Emotion Research: The Impact on Teachers' Lives Dordrecht: Springer.
  • DAY, C. and TOWNSEND, A., 2009. Practitioner action research: building and sustaining success through networked learning communities. In: NOFFKE, S. and SOMEKH, B., eds., The Sage handbook of educational action research Sage. 178-189
  • DAY, C., 2009. Successful leadership: an intelligent passion. In: BRIGHOUSE, T. DAVIES, B., ed., Passionate Leadership SAGE.
  • DAY, C. & LEITHWOOD, K., 2009. Successful Principal Leadership in Times of Change: An International Perspective Chinese Translation. Springer.
  • DAY, C, SAMMONS, P, HOPKINS, D, HARRIS, A, LEITHWOOD, K, GU, Q, BROWN, E and AHTARIDOU, E. & KINGTON, A., 2009. The Impact of School Leadership on Pupil Outcomes: Research Report RR108 London: DCSF. (978-1-84775-445-5)
  • DAY, C., 2009. Formas de avaliação de professores na Inglaterra: profissionalismo e performatividade. In: M. A. FLORES, ed., A Avaliação de Professores numa perspectiva internacional: sentidos e implicações. Porto: Areal Editores.
  • DAY, C. and GU, Q., 2009. Veteran teachers: commitment, resilience and quality retention Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. 15(4), 441-457
  • DAY, C. and SMETHEM, L., 2009. The effects of reform: have teachers really lost their sense of professionalism? Journal of Educational Change. 10(2-3), 141-157
  • DAY, C., SAMMONS, P., HOPKINS, D., LEITHWOOD, K. and KINGTON, A., 2008. Research into the impact of school leadership on pupil outcomes: policy and research contexts School Leadership & Management. 28(1), 5-25
  • DAY, C., LEITHWOOD, K. and SAMMONS, P., 2008. What have we learned, what we need to know more about School Leadership & Management. 28(1), 83-96
  • DAY, C. and KINGTON, A., 2008. Identity, well-being and effectiveness: the emotional contexts of teaching Pedagogy, Culture and Society. 16(1), 7-23
  • DAY, C and JOHANSSON, O., 2008. Leadership with a difference in Schools Serving Disadvantaged Communities: Arenas for Success. In: TIRRI, K., ed., Educating Moral Sensibilities in Urban Schools SENSE. 19-34
  • LEITHWOOD, K. and DAY, C., 2008. The impact of school leadership on pupil outcomes School Leadership & Management. 28(1), 1-4
  • PENLINGTON, C, KINGTON, A and DAY, C., 2008. Leadership in improving schools: a qualitative perspective School Leadership & Management. 28(1), 27-42
  • DAY, C., 2008. Leadership and Continuing Professional Development of Teachers. In: JOHN CHI-KIN LEE AND LING-PO SHIU, ed., Developing Teachers and Developing Schools in Changing Contexts The Chinese University Press.
  • DAY, C., 2008. Committed for life? Variations in teachers’ work, lives and effectiveness Journal of Educational Change. 9(3), 243-260
  • SAMMONS, P., DAY, C., STOBART, G. and GU, Q., 2007. Teachers matter: connecting work, lives and effectiveness Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • SAMMONS, P., DAY, C., KINGTON, A., GU, Q., STOBART, G. and SMEES, R., 2007. Exploring variations in teachers' work, lives and their effects on pupils: key findings and implications from a longitudinal mixed methods study British Educational Research Journal. 33(5), 681-701
  • GU, Q. and DAY, C., 2007. Teachers resilience: a necessary condition for effectiveness Teaching and Teacher Education. 23(8), 1302-1316
  • DAY, C, SAMMONS, P.HOPKINS, D. HARRIS, A, LEITHWOOD, K, GU, Q, PENLINGTON, C, MEHTA, P and KINGTON, A., 2007. The Impact of School Leadership on Pupil Outcomes: DCSF Research Brief No. RB018, Nottingham DfES Publication. (978 1 84775 081 5)
  • DAY, C, SAMMONS, P, HOPKINS, D, HARRIS, A, LEITHWOOD, K, GU, Q, PENLINGTON, C, MEHTA, P and KINGTON, A., 2007. The Impact of School Leadership on Pupil Outcome: Interim Report No. DCSF-RR018 DCSF Publications. (978 1 84775 081 5)
  • DAY, C., 2007. Collaborative Approaches to (Continuing to) Develop Effective Teachers: An account of the Joint UCET/HMI/STEC Symposium held in Galsgow The Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET).
  • DAY, C. and LEITHWOOD, K., 2007. Sustaining Successful School Leadership in Times of Change: International Perspectives Springer, Dordrecht.
  • DAY, C., 2007. A reforma da escola: professionalismo e identidade dos professors em transição. In: FLORES, M. A. and VIANA, I. C., eds., Profissionalismo Docente em Transição: as Identidades dos Professores em tempos de Mudança Instituto de Educação e Psicologia, Universidade de Minho.
  • DAY, C. and LEITH, R., 2007. The Continuing Professional Development of Teachers: Issues of Coherence, Cohesion and Effectiveness. In: TOWNSEND, T., ed., International Handbook of School Effectiveness and Improvement Dordrecht, Springer. 468
  • DAY, C. and TOWNSEND, A., 2007. Ethical issues for consultants in complex collaborative action research settings: tensions and dilemmas. In: CAMPBELL, A. and GROUNDWATER-SMITH, S., eds., An Ethical Approach to Practitioner Research London: Routledge. 42-61
  • DAY, C., 2007. Sustaining the Turnaround: What Capacity Building Means in Practice International Studies in Educational Administration. 35(3), 39-48
  • DAY, C. and GU, Q., 2007. Teachers Resilience: A necessary condition for effectiveness Teaching and Teacher Education. 23, 1302-1316
  • DAY, C., 2007. Passion Por Ensenar: La identidad personal y professional del docente y sus valores, Madrid Narcea.
  • DAY, C., PACHECO, J. A, FLORES, M. A., HADFIELD, M. and MORGADO, J. C., 2007. The Changing Face of Teaching in England and Portugal: Experiences and perceptions of secondary school teachers Centro de Estudos em Educação, Universidade do Minho, Portugal.
  • DAY, C., SAMMONS, P., KINGTON, A., GU, Q. and STOBART, G., 2006. Methodological synergy in a national project: the VITAE story Evaluation and Research in Education. 19(2), 102-125
  • DAY, C., KINGTON, A., STOBART, G. and SAMMONS, P., 2006. The personal and professional selves of teachers: stable and unstable identities British Educational Research Journal. 32(4), 601-616
  • DAY, C., STOBART, G., SAMMONS, P., KINGTON, A., GU, Q., SMEES, R. and MUJABA, T., 2006. Variations in Teachers' Work, Lives and Effectiveness! Final report for the VITAE Project. Department for Education and Skills, London.
  • DAY, C., STOBART, G., SAMMONS, P. and KINGTON, A., 2006. Variations in the work and lives of teachers: relative and relational effectiveness Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. 12(2), 169-192
  • MATTHEWS, P., SAMMONS, P., GU, Q., DAY, C and SMITH, P., 2006. Supporting Leadership and Securing Quality: An Evaluation of the Impact of Aspects of the London Leadership Strategy NCSL.
  • LEITHWOOD, K., DAY, C, SAMMONS, P, HARRIS, A, HOPKINS, D and , 2006. Successful School Leadership: What it is and how it influences pupil learning, Research Report 800, DfES London and NCSL, Nottingham (978 1 84478 822 4)
  • LEITHWOOD, K., DAY, C., SAMMONS, P.' HARRIS, A. and HOPKINS, D, 2006. Seven strong claims about successful school leadership, DfES London and NCSL, Nottingham (In Press.)
  • FLORES, M. A. and DAY, C., 2006. Contexts which shape and reshape new teachers' identities: A multi-perspective study Teaching and Teacher Education. VOL 22(NUMBER 2), 219-232
  • HARRIS, A., DAY, C., GOODALL, J., LINDSAY, G. and MUIJS, D., 2006. WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE? EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN SCHOOLS Scottish Educational Review. VOL 37(SPI), 90-98
  • DAY, C., 2005. Principals who sustain success: making a difference in schools in challenging circumstances International Journal of Leadership in Education. 8(4), 273-290
  • DAY, C., 2005. Sustaining success in challenging contexts: leadership in English schools Journal of Educational Administration. VOL 43(NUMBER 6), 573-583
  • DAY, C., ELLIOT, B. and KINGTON, A., 2005. Reform, standards and teacher identity: Challenges of sustaining commitment Teaching and Teacher Education. 21(5), 563-577
  • DAY, C. and HADFIELD, M.P., 2005. Harnessing Action Research: The Power of Network Learning. In: Network Learning For Educational Change Open University Press, Buckingham.
  • THOMSON, P.L., BROWN, L., DAY, C. and TOWNSEND, A., 2005. Developing A Networked Learning Community with ICT - Learning the Hard Way
  • DAY, C., 2005. The UK Policy for School Leadership: Uneasy transitions International Handbook of Educational Policy. In: International Handbook of Educational Policy Springer-Verlag Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
  • DAY, C., 2005. The Challenge to be the Best: Research and the Teacher. In: Connecting Policy and Practice: Challenges for teaching and learning in schools and universities Routledge, London and New York. 153-170
  • DAY, C., 2005. Formar Docentes,Cómo, cuándo y en qué condiciones aprende el profesorado: Spanish translation of Developing Teachers: The Challenges of Lifelong Learning, London: Falmer Press Narcea S.A., Madrid.
  • DAY, C., 2004. A passion for teaching London: RoutledgeFalmer.
  • DAY, C. and HADFIELD, M., 2004. Learning through Networks: trust, partnerships and the power of action research Educational Action Research. VOL 12(NUMB 4), 575-586
  • DAY, C., 2004. Professionalism, Perfomativity and Empowerment: Discourses in the Politics, Policies and Purposes of Continuing Practice Development. In: International Handbook on the Continuing Professional Development of Teachers Open University Press, Buckingham.
  • DAY, C., 2004. Change Agendas: The roles of teacher educators Teaching Education. VOL 15(PART 2), 145-158
  • DAY, C., ed., 2004. Polish Translation of Developing Teachers: The Challenges of Lifelong Learning
  • DAY, C., ed., 2004. International Handbook on the Continuing Development of Teachers Open University Press, Buckingham.
  • DAY, C., 2004. Spanish Translation of Leading Schools in Times of Change
  • ANDREWS, J., DAY, C., GILLAM, K. and HARRINGTON, P., 2004. Changing teaching and learning through collaborative action research Professional Development Today. VOL 8(ISSU 1), 33-39
  • DAY, C., ed., 2004. Spanish Translation of Developing Teachers: The Challenges of Lifelong Learning
  • DAY, C., 2004. The passion of successful leadership School Leadership and Management. VOL 24(NUMB 4), 425-438
  • K. ZHANG, 2003. On the equal hull problem for nontrivialsemiconvex hulls J. Convex Anal.. 10, 409-417
  • K. ZHANG, 2003. Seperation of gradient Young measures and the BMO Proc. CMA, the ANU. 41, 161-169
  • J. FENG, K. ZHANG, Y. LUO, 2003. A study on anoptimal movement model J. Phys. A.. 36, 7469-7484
  • HARRIS, A., HOPKINS, D., DAY, C., HADFIELD, M., HARGREAVES, A. and CHAPMAN, C.J., 2003. Effective Leadership for School Improvement. Routledge, London and New York.
  • DAY, C. and HARRIS, A., 2003. From Singular to Plural: Challenging the Orthodoxy of School Leadership. In: Rethinking Educational Leadership: Challenging the Conventions Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK.
  • DAY, C., 2003. The UK Policy Environment for School Leadership: Uneasy Transitions Leadership & Policy in Schools. 2(1), 5-25
  • DAY, C., 2003. The Changing Learning Needs of Heads: Building and Sustaining Effectiveness.. In: Effective Leadership for School Improvement Routledge, London and New York.
  • DAY, C., 2003. Transitions in teacher professionalism: Identity, commitment and trust. In: Conference Proceedings of Professional Development and Educatonal Change - What Does it Mean to be Professional in Education? Syddansk Universitetsforlag , Odense, Denmark. 45-46
  • DAY, C., PACHECO, J., FLORES, M. A., HADFIELD, M. and MORGADO, J. C., 2003. The Changing Face of Teaching in England and Portugal: a study of work experiences of secondary school teachers European Journal of Teacher Education. VOL 26(PART 2), 239-252
  • DAY, C., 2003. What Sucessful Leadership in Schools Looks Like: Implications for Policy and Practice. In: Handbook of Educational Leadership and Management Pearson/Longman, London. 187-204
  • HARRIS, A., DAY, C. and HADFIELD, M., 2003. Teachers' Perspectives on Effective School Leadership Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. VOL 9(PART 1), 67-78
  • DAY, C., 2003. Teachers' Thinking - Intentions and Practice: An Action Research Perspective. In: Teacher Thinking Twenty Years On: Revisiting Persisiting Problems and Advances in Education Swets & Zeitlinger, Lisse, NL.
  • DAY, C., 2003. Successful Leadership in the twenty-first Century.. In: Effective Leadership for School Improvement Routledge, London and New York.
  • HARRIS, A., DAY, C., HOPKINS, D., HARGREAVES, A., HADFIELD, M. and CHAPMAN, C., 2002. Effective leadership for school improvement London: Routledge Falmer.
  • DAY, C., 2002. School reform and transitions in teacher professionalism and identity International Journal of Educational Research. 37(8), 677-692
  • DAY, C., PARSONS, C., WELSH, P. and HARRIS, A., 2002. Improving leadership: room for improvement Improving Schools. VOL 5(NUMB 1), 36-51
  • DAY, C., ELLIOT, J., SOMEKH, B. and WINTER, R., eds., 2002. Theory and Practice in Acton Research: some international perpespectives
  • DAY, C., 2002. Revisiting the Purposes of Continuing Professional Development.. In: Professional Development & Institutional Needs (Monitoring Change in Education) Ashgate Publishing Group, Aldershot & London. 51-77
  • SUGRUE, C. and DAY, C., eds., 2002. Developing Teachers and Teaching Practice: Internationl research perspectives Routledge Falmer, London, New York.
  • DAY, C., 2002. Desenvolvimento Profissional de Professores, Os desafios da Aprendizagem permanente Porto Editoria, Porto.
  • DAY, C., 2002. The Challenge to be the Best: reckless curiosity and mischievous motivation Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. VOL 8(PART 3/4), 421-434
  • DAY, C., PARSONS, C., WELSH, P. and HARRIS, A., eds., 2002. Improving leadership: room for improvment. Improving Schools Trentham Books Ltd, Stoke-on-Trent, UK.
  • DAY, C., 2002. Individual Need and Organisational Developement.. In: Professional Developement and Insitutional Needs.
  • DAY, C., 2002. Teacher Leadership, Reflective Practice and School Improvement.. In: The Second International Handbook of Educational Leadership and Administration.
  • DAY, C., HADFIELD, M. and KELLOW, M., 2002. Schools as learning communities: building capacity through network learning EDUCATION 3 TO 13. VOL 30(PART 3), 19-22
  • DAY, C., HARRIS, A. and HADFIELD, M., 2001. Grounding Knowledge of Schools in Stakeholder Realities School Leadership and Management. VOL 21(NUMB 1), 19-42
  • DAY, C., HARRIS, A. and HADFIELD, M.P., 2001. Leading Schools in Times of Change
  • K. ZHANG, 2001. A two-well structure and intrinsic mountain pass points Calc. of Var. PDEs. 13, 231-264
  • DAY, C., HARRIS, A. and PARSONS, C., 2001. Improving Leadership: Critical Reflections on the Leadership Programme for Serving Headteachers: Room for Improvement? In: British Educational Research Association Confernece.
  • DAY, C., HARRIS, A. and HADFIELD, M., 2001. Challenging the orthodoxy of effective school leadership International Journal of Leadership in Education. VOL 4(PART 1), 39-56
  • DAY, C., 2001. Desenvolvimento Profesional de Professores; Os desafios da aprendizagem permanente
  • DAY, C., 2001. Teacher Professionalism: Choice and Consequence in the New Orthodoxy of Professional Development and Training. In: Continuing Teacher Education and School Development
  • DAY, C., 2001. The Challenges of Lifelong Learning (Spanish translation)
  • DAY, C. and VAN VEEN, D., eds., 2001. Educational Research in Europe Yearbook 2001 Garant, SARL, Metz, France.
  • DAY, C. and LEITCH, R., 2001. Teachers` and teacher educators` lives: the role of emotion Teaching and Teacher Education. VOL 17(NUMBER 4), 403-415
  • DAY, C., 2001. Innovative Teachers: Promoting Lifelong Learning for All. In: International Handbook of Lifelong Learning Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston. 473-499
  • ASTON, L., MALLIK, M., DAY, C. and FRASER, D., 2000. An exploration into the role of the teacher/lecturer in practice: findings from a case study in adult nursing Nurse Education Today. VOL 20(PART 3), 178-188
  • DAY, C., 2000. Beyond Transformational Leadership Educational Leadership. VOL 57(PART 7), 56-59
  • DAY, C., HARRIS, A. and HADFIELD, M.P., 2000. Leading Schools in Times of Change Open University Press, Buckingham.
  • LEITCH, R. and DAY, C., 2000. Action Research and Reflective Practice: towards a holistic view Educational Action Research. VOL 8(PART 1), 179-194
  • DAY, C., 2000. Teachers in the Twenty-first Century: time to renew the vision Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. VOL 6(PART 1), 101-115
  • DAY, C., 2000. Effective Leadership and Effective Practice Reflective Practice. 1(1), 113-128
  • DAY, C., FERNANDEZ, A. and HAUGE, T.E., eds., 2000. The Life and Work of Teachers: International Perspectives in Changing Times Falmer Press Ltd, London.
  • DAY, C., 2000. Stories of Change and Professional Development in England. In: The Life and Work of Teachers: International Perspectives in Changing Times Falmer Press Ltd, London. 109-129
  • MALLIK, M, FRASER, D and DAY, C, 1999. Education for practice. The search for a credible model for the teacher/lecturer in practice. NT learning curve.. 3(3), 2-4
  • HADFIELD, M.P. and DAY, C., 1999. Conducting Collaborative Research. In: Politica educativa y social para jovenes en situiacion de riesgo 31-54
  • LANG, M., DAY, C., BUNDER, W., HANSEN, H., KYSILKA, M., TILLEMA, H. and SMITH, K., 1999. Teacher Professional Development in the Context of Curriculum Reform. In: International Series on Educational Renewal, Changing Schools/Changing Practices: Perspectives on Educational Reform and Teacher Professionalism 121-131
  • DAY, C., 1999. Reflection and the Principalship In: International Conference on New professionalism in Teaching: Teacher Education and Teacher Development in a Changing World.
  • DAY, C., 1999. Professional Development and Reflective Practice: purposes, processes and partnerships Curriculum Studies. VOL 7(PART 2), 221-234
  • DAY, CHRISTOPHER, 1943-, 1999. Developing teachers : the challenges of lifelong learning / Christopher Day London : Falmer Press, 1999.
  • DAY, C., 1999. Teacher Professional Development in the Context of Curriculum Reform. In: Changing Schools/Changing Practices: Perspectives on Educational Reform and Teacher Professionalism Garant, SARL, Metz, France. 121-132
  • DAY, C. and VAN VEEN, D., 1999. Maslow and a Place called School. In: Perceiving, Behanive, Becoming: Lessons Learned Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Alexandria, VA, USA. 105-115
  • DAY, C., 1999. Supporting Urban Education through Multi-Service Schools and Interprofessional Collaboration. In: Politica eduvativa y soical para jovenes en situacion de riesgo
  • DAY, C., 1999. Researching Teaching Through Reflective Practice. In: Researching Teaching: Methodologeis and Practices fro Understanding Pedagogy Falmer Press Ltd, London. 215-232
  • DAY, C.W., 1999. Which Way From Here? Times Educational Supplement. 15 January, 18-19
  • DAY, CHRISTOPHER, FRASER, DIANE, MALLIK, MAGGIE and ENGLISH NATIONAL BOARD FOR NURSING, MIDWIFERY AND HEALTH VISITING, 1998. The role of the teacher/lecturer in practice / Christopher Day, Diane Fraser, Maggie Mallik
  • DAY, C., HALL, C. and WHITAKER, P., 1998. Developing leadership in primary schools London : Paul Chapman.
  • DAY, C., HADFIELD, M.P. and WATLING, R., 1998. Relationships Between Class Size and the Quality of Teaching and Learning: A Critical Review of the Research. In: Topic: Practical Applications of Research in Education, 20.
  • K. ZHANG, 1998. sl On the structure of quasiconvex hulls Ann.Inst. H. Poincar'e - Analyse Non lineaire. 15, 663-686
  • DAY, C., 1998. Re-thinking School-University Partnerships: A Swedish Case Study Teaching and Teacher Education. VOL 14(NUMBER 8), 807-820
  • DAY, C. and VAN VEEN, D., 1998. Multi-Service Schools: Integrated Services Supporting Vulnerable Children, Youth and Families. In: Multi-Service Schools: Integrated Services for Children and Youth at Risk 7-17
  • DAY, C. and ROBERTS-HOLMES, G., 1998. The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: Stories of Change and Development in England Change: Transformations in Education. 1(1), 15-31
  • DAY, C., 1998. Working with the Different Selves of Teachers: beyond comfortable collaboration Educational Action Research. VOL 6(NUMBER 2), 255-274
  • DAY, CHRISTOPHER, ACP, VEEN, DOLF VAN and WALRAVEN, G., 1998. Multi-service schools : integrated services for children and youth at risk / Dolf van Veen, Christopher Day & Guido Walraven, (eds.) Leuven : Garant, 1998.
  • DAY, C. W., 1998. The Role of Higher Education in Fostering Lifelong Learning Partnerships with Teachers European Journal of Education: Research, Development and Policies. VOL 33(NUMBER 4), 419-432
  • DAY, C., 1997. Teachers in the Twenty-First Century: Time to Renew the Vision. In: Beyond Educational Reform: Bringing Teachers Back Open University Press, Buckingham. 44-61
  • DAY, C., 1997. In-service Teacher Education in Europe: conditions and themes for development in the 21st century BRITISH JOURNAL OF IN SERVICE EDUCATION. VOL 23(NUMBER 1), 39-54
  • DAY, C., VAN VEEN, D. and WALRAVEN, G., 1997. Children and Youth at Risk and Urban Education: Research, Policy and Practice
  • DAY, C., VAN VEEN, D. and WONG-KOOI, S., 1997. Teachers and Teaching: International Perspectives on School Reform and Teacher Education
  • DAY, C., 1997. Being a Professional in Schools and Universities: limits, purposes and possibilities for development British Educational Research Journal. VOL 23(NUMBER 2), 193-208
  • DAY, C.W., 1997. Listen to those who are closest to classes Times Educational Supplement. April,
  • DAY, C., 1997. Working with the Different Selves of Teachers: Beyond Comfortable Collaboration. In: International Action Research: A Casebook for Educational Reform Falmer Press Ltd, London. 190-203
  • DAY, C., 1997. Youngsters at risk and Urban education: problems and the role of research. In: Children and YOuth at Risk and Urban Education: Research , Policy and Practice 9-17
  • DAY, C., TOLLEY, H. and HADFIELD, M.P., 1996. Class Size Research and the Quality of Education National Association of Head Teachers, Haywards Heath.
  • DAY, C. and HADFIELD, M., 1996. Effectiveness and quality in continuing professional education: an empirical investigation of policy and practice in UK universities International Journal of Lifelong Education. VOL 15(NUMBER 5), 370-381
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  • K. ZHANG, 1989. A counterexample in the theory of coercivenessfor elliptic systems J. PDEs. 2, 79-82

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