Organizational Leadership in Inclusive Schools


In this course, participants learn about models of organizational change. Inclusive leaders must always be instruments of change. Participants design self-selected projects to develop their efficacy as inclusive leaders within the broader organization of schools. With instruction in models of organizational change and the guidance and feedback of their instructors, participants develop and implement an inclusive organizational change project in their school setting.


October 14 to December 2, 2021



On Site Dates:


Zoom Times:

Thursdays, 5:00-6:30pm China Standard Time


45 Continuing Education Hours



Credit available through SDSU ($130/credit)


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About Your Instructor

Abbey Love, PhD

Abbey is broadly interested in translating educational research to teachers and families and is specifically dedicated to initiatives and research that support individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Her research focuses on motivation and self-efficacy beliefs of professionals who work with students with disabilities in a number of contexts. She is the founder of PACT: Police Autism Community Training, and has worked internationally as a K-12 teacher and university preservice teacher instructor. Abbey has a PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Kentucky.