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劉怡華 博士

 

劉怡華 (Liou, Yi-Hwa)

職稱:教授

學歷:美國威斯康辛大學麥迪遜分校教育領導與政策分析博士/碩士

專長:組織學習與變革、社會網絡理論分析與應用、組織領導

授課:組織領導與社會網絡、教育組織行為(專題)研究、教育行政獨立研究、社會科學研究法

 E-mail:yhliou@mail.ntue.edu.twyhliou@tea.ntue.edu.tw

網頁:https://ntue.academia.edu/YiHwaLiou

研究室:篤行樓Y724 (分機55724)

個人簡介

劉怡華博士是國立臺北教育大學教育經營與管理學系的教授。在此之前,她曾任加州大學聖地牙哥分校(UCSD)博士後研究員。劉博士在威斯康辛大學麥迪遜分校(UW-Madison)的教育領導和政策分析學系取得博士與碩士學位。她的研究主要聚焦在教育領導和發展、組織變革和學習、教育改革,以及專業和網絡學習社群,尤其強調社會網絡分析與應用和混合研究法。劉博士持續與許多國際研究團隊和學者合作,參與、指導或主持45+項國際合作計畫,主要聚焦於組織網絡和教育體系的系統變革。目前累積的學術成果包括逾60篇同儕雙審期刊論文,多半以社會網絡理論和分析為主,並包括兩本專書、17篇專書章節以及逾130篇同儕審查的國際教育研討會論文。劉博士的研究貢獻得到多項榮譽,近期包括2021年Emerald青年研究者獎、2019年AERA部門A新興學者獎以及和2018年台灣國家科學技術委員會的吳大猷獎。她還擔任亞太領導與變革研究中心的研究員,並擔任AERA 部門A、HundrED.org、WISE Qatar Foundation、Journal of School Leadership、教育政策與管理期刊、Bloomsbury教育領導專書系列、International Journal of Educational Research以及Journal of Professional Capital and Community等知名教育機構的編輯和顧問委員會的成員。她致力於建立和保持互惠的研究實務合作夥伴關係,尤以網絡科學為基礎,支持組織進行策略規劃和發展。

Yi-Hwa Liou is a Professor in the Department of Educational Management at the National Taipei University of Education. Prior to this position, Dr. Liou served as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of California, San Diego. She earned her Ph.D. in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she also obtained a M.S. degree. Her research primarily centered around leadership and development, organizational change and learning, educational reform, and professional and networked learning communities, with a particular methodological emphasis on social network analysis and mixed methodologies. She has been actively collaborating with international research teams and scholars, contributing to various (inter)national research projects focused on the evolution of intra- and inter-organizational networks and systemic change within educational systems. This has resulted in her scholarly portfolio of 60+ peer reviewed journal articles with the vast majority drawing on social network theory and analysis, two books, 17 book chapters, and 130+ peer-reviewed papers presented at international educational research conferences. Dr. Liou’s research contributions have earned her accolades, including the 2021 Emerald Young Researcher Award, the 2019 AERA Division A Early Emerging Scholar Award, and the 2018 Ta-You Wu Memorial Award from the National Science and Technology Council in Taiwan. She also serves as a research fellow at the Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change and holds positions on editorial and advisory boards for esteemed (international) education entities such as AERA Division A, HundrED.org, WISE An Initiative of Qatar Foundation, Journal of School Leadership, Journal of Education Policy and Management, Bloomsbury Book Series on Educational Leadership, International Journal of Educational Research, and Journal of Professional Capital and Community. She is committed to establishing and sustaining reciprocal research-practice partnerships, particularly informed by network science, to support organizations in strategic planning and development.

個人著作

SELECTED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Liou, Y.-H., & Bjorklund Jr., P. (2023). Understanding teacher network formation amidst reform: A mixed-methods study on collaborative structure, network intentionality, closeness, and school climates. Teaching and Teacher Education, 134, 104296. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2023.104296 [SSCI]
  2. Williams, T., & Liou, Y.-H. (2023). Framing K-12 school leaders’ roles and competencies in times of crisis. Journal of School Leadership. https://doi.org/10.1177/10526846231187576 [SCOPUS]
  3. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2023). Networked systems leadership: The potential of social network theory and analysis. In Robert Tierney, Fazal Rizvi, & Kadriye Ercikan (Eds), International Encyclopedia of Education (4th Ed) (pp. 524–535). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-818630-5.05069-7
  4. 劉怡華2023)。淺談跨域:更新視角、解放框架、批判檢視。人文與社會科學簡訊24232-38。收錄於【人文社會科學研究的現況與挑戰】專題。
  5. 吳純慧、劉怡華2022)。日本推動永續發展教育之機制、實踐與發展。教育研究月刊343101–116Doi: 10.53106/168063602022110343007

Wu, C.H., & Liou, Y.-H. (2022). Glocalizing education for sustainable development in Japan: Policy innovation, realization, and developments. Journal of Education Research, 343, 101–116. Doi: 10.53106/168063602022110343007

  1. Liou, Y.-H., Lee, Y. S., Chiang-Lin, T. J., & Daly, A. J. (2022). Leaders’ advice networks over time: The role of beliefs and organizational learning during change implementation. Journal of Educational Administration, 60(6), 579-596. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEA-02-2022-0032 [SSCI]
  2. Cann, R., Sinnema, C., Daly, A. J., Rodway, J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2022). The power of school conditions: Individual, relational, and organizational influences on educator wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 13, 775614. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.775614 [SSCI]
  3. *Sinnema, C., *Liou, Y.-H., *Daly, A. J., *Cann, R., & *Rodway, J. (2021). When seekers reap rewards and providers pay a price: The role of relationships and discussion in improving practice in a community of learning. Teaching and Teacher Education, 107 (November), 103474. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2021.103474 [*equal authorship] [SSCI]
  4. 劉怡華(2021)。疫情下的教育現在式與未來式:現況、經驗與發展。教育研究月刊330114–127DOI: 10.53106/168063602021100330008
    Liou, Y.-H. (2021). Education in new normal and next normal: Current and future developments. Journal of Education Research, 330, 114–127.
  5. Rehm, M., Daly, A. J., Bjorklund Jr., P., Liou, Y.-H., & Del Fresno, M. (2021). The social continuum of educational leadership: Exploring the offline and online social networks of elementary principals. The Elementary School Journal, 122(1). https://doi.org/10.1086/715478 [SSCI]
  6. Liou, Y.-H. (March 29, 2021). Learning ecosystems: Knowing when you are ready for change. Learning Ecosystem and Leadership. WISE Qatar Foundation. Available Here.
  7. 劉怡華(2021)。咱們都該知道也該建立的「學習生態系統」:一種永續共存共好的良方。臺北市教育e,第963期。https://enews.tiec.tp.edu.tw/EduNews/Detail/233
  8. 劉怡華(2021)。領導與學習的人際樣貌:以混合研究社會網絡分析法探索十二年國教變革脈絡下之校長學習。教育研究月刊32263–99

Liou, Y.-H. (2021). The social landscape of leadership and learning: A mixed methods social network approach to principal learning in times of reform. Journal of Education Research, 322-323, 63-81 (113-129). DOI: 10.3966/168063602021020322005

  1. Rodway, J., MacGregor, S., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Yonezawa, S., & Pollock, M. (2021). A network case of knowledge brokering. Journal of Professional Capital and Community, 6(2), 148–163. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPCC-11-2020-0089 [Special issue “Mobilizing Knowledge in Professional Learning Networks” guest edited by Drs. Cindy Poortman and Chris Brown] [SSCI]
  2. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2021). Obstacles and opportunities for networked practice: A social network analysis of an inter-organizational STEM ecosystem. Journal of Educational Administration, 59(1), 94–115. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEA-02-2020-0041 [special issue ‘Systems Thinking for Excellence and Equity’ edited by Haim Shaked and Chen Schechter] [SSCI]
  3. Liou, Y.-H., Bjorklund Jr., P., & Daly, A. J. (2021). Climate change in Common Core policy context: The shifting role of attitudes and beliefs. Educational Policy, 35(6), 908–948. https://doi.org/10.1177/0895904819843603 [SSCI]
  4. Liou, Y.-H., & Petrie, C. (2020). Chinese Taipei: Contingency plans for hybrid models of learning. Paris, France: The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Publishing. Available Here or from HundrED.org or from The World Bank Web Site Here.
  5. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Der-Martirosian, C., (2020). A capital idea: Exploring the relationship between human and social capital and student achievement in schools. Journal of Professional Capital and Community, 6(1), 7–28. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPCC-10-2020-0082 [SSCI]
  6. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2020). Investigating leader self-efficacy through policy engagement and social network position. Educational Policy, 34(3), 411-448. https://doi.org/10.1177/0895904818773904 [SSCI]
  7. Liou, Y.-H., & Canrinus, E. T. (2020). A capital framework for professional learning and practice. International Journal of Educational Research. 100(2020 August), 101527. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijer.2019.101527 [SSCI]
  8. Liou, Y.-H., Canrinus, E. T., Daly, A. J. (2022). Editorial: The social side of teacher education, development, and leadership. International Journal of Educational Research, Vol. 98–101. https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/international-journal-of-educational-research/special-issue/105674CZ26C
  9. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Downey, C., Bokhove, C., Civís, M., Díaz-Gibson, J., & López, S. (2020). Efficacy, explore, and exchange: Studies on social side of teacher education from England, Spain, and US. International Journal of Educational Research, 99(2020 August), 101518. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijer.2019.101518 [SSCI]
  10. *Sinnema, C., *Daly, A. J, *Liou, Y.-H., & *Rodway, J. (2020). Exploring the communities of learning policy in New Zealand using social network analysis: A case study of leadership, expertise, and networks. International Journal of Educational Research, 99(2020 August), 101492. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijer.2019.10.002 [SSCI]
  11. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2019). The networked leader: Understanding peer influence in a system wide leadership team. School Leadership & Management, 40 (2-3), 163-182. https://doi.org/10.1080/13632434.2019.1686611 [SCOPUS] [ESCI]
  12. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Del Fresno, M., Rehm, M., & Bjorklund Jr., P. (2019). Educational leadership in the Twitterverse: Social media, social networks and the new social continuum. Teachers College Record (Yearbook), 121(140304), 1-20. Vialogues: https://www.vialogues.com/vialogues/play/60975 [SSCI]
  13. Liou, Y.-H. (2019). Lead the change series Q & A with Yi-Hwa Liou. AERA Educational Change Special Interest Group, issue 101, December. Available Here.
  14. 劉怡華(民108)。測網、冊網、策網:以織錦畫、構建藍圖。人文與社會科學簡訊202160-163Available Here.
  15. Liou, Y.-H., Canrinus, E. T., & Daly, A. J. (2019). Activating the implementers: The role of organizational expectations, teacher beliefs, and motivation in bringing about reform. Teaching and Teacher Education, 79, 60–72. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2018.12.004 [Special issue “In Pursuit of Sustainability: Stimulating Teachers’ Professional Development to Enable Long-Lasting School-Wide Changes” guest edited by Dr. Mireille Huber] Available Here. [SSCI]
  16. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2019). The lead igniter: A longitudinal examination of influence and energy through networks, efficacy, and climate. Educational Administration Quarterly, 55(3), 363–403. https://doi.org/10.1177/0013161X18799464 [SSCI]
  17. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2018). Broken bridges: A social network perspective on urban high school leadership. Journal of Educational Administration, 56(5), 562-584. https://doi.org/10.1108/JEA-01-2018-0010 [Special issue ‘Understanding and improving urban secondary schools: new perspectives’ edited Dr. Karen Seashore Louis and Dr. Muhammad Khalifa] [ESCI] [SCOPUS] [ERIC-EJ]
  18. Bryant, L. H., Freeman, S. B., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Branon, S. (2017). Making sense: Unleashing professional capital in interdisciplinary teams. Journal of Professional Capital and Community, 2(3), 118-133. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPCC-01-2017-0001 [SSCI]
  19. Siciliano, M. D., Moolenaar, N. M., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2017). A cognitive perspective on policy implementation: Reform beliefs, sensemaking, and the Common Core State Standards. Public Administration Review, 77(6), 889-901. https://doi.org/10.1111/puar.12797 [SSCI]
  20. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Canrinus, E. T., Forbes, C. A., Moolenaar, N. M., Cornelissen, F., Van Lare, M., & Hsiao, J. (2017). Mapping the social side of pre-service teachers: Connecting closeness, trust, and efficacy with performance. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 23(6), 635-657. https://doi.org/10.1080/13540602.2016.1218329 [SSCI]
  21. Liou, Y.-H. (2016). Tied to the Common Core: Exploring the characteristics of reform advice relationships of educational leaders. Educational Administration Quarterly, 52(5), 793-840. https://doi.org/10.1177/0013161X16664116 [SSCI]
  22. *Daly, A. J., *Liou, Y.-H., & Brown, C. (2016). Social red bull: Exploring energy relationships in a school district leadership team. Harvard Educational Review, 86(3), 412-448. http://dx.doi.org/10.17763/1943-5045-86.3.412 [SSCI]
  23. *Brown, C., *Daly, A. J., & *Liou, Y.-H. (2016). Improving trust, improving schools: Findings from a social network analysis of 43 primary schools in England. Journal of Professional Capital & Community, 1(1), 69-91. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPCC-09-2015-0004 [The inaugural issue, invited by Dr. Andy Hargreaves, Editor-in-Chief] [SCOPUS] [ESCI]
  24. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2016). Diffusion of innovation: A social network and organizational learning approach to governance of a districtwide leadership team. Pedagogía Social. Revista Interuniversitaria, 28, 41-55. https://doi.org/10.7179/PSRI_2016.28.04 [also named: Journal of Research in Social Pedagogy] [ESCI]
  25. Liou, Y.-H., Moolenaar, N. M., & Daly, A. J. (2016). Developing and assessing educator beliefs about the Common Core. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, 28(4), 377-404. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11092-015-9227-4 [SSCI]
  26. Cornelissen, F., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., Bergen, T., & Canrinus, E. T. (2015). Teacher education’s challenge of changing research relationships with schools. AERA Open, 1(4), 1-24. doi: 10.1177/2332858415617753 [DOAJ] [ERIC-EJ]
  27. Liou, Y.-H. (2015). School crisis management: A model of dynamic responsiveness to crisis life cycle. Educational Administration Quarterly, 51(2), 247-289. https://doi.org/10.1177/0013161X14532467 [SSCI]
  28. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Brown, C., & Del Fresno, M. (2015). Foregrounding the role of relationships in reform: A social network perspective on leadership and change. International Journal of Educational Management, 29(7), 819-837. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEM-05-2015-0063 [Special issue ‘Research methods in educational leadership: looking forward to an era of innovative inquiry’ edited by Jeffrey S. Brooks and Anthony H. Normore] [SCOPUS] [ESCI] [ERIC-EJ]
  29. Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. (2015). Leveraging the relationship: Knowledge processes in school-university research networks of master’s programmes. Research Papers in Education, 30(3), 366-392. doi: 10.1080/02671522.2014.919522. [SSCI]
  30. *Daly, A. J., *Moolenaar, N. M., & *Liou, Y.-H., Tuytens, M., & Del Fresno, M. (2015). Why so difficult? Exploring negative relationships between educational leaders: The role of trust, climate, and efficacy. American Journal of Education, 122(1), 1-38. https://doi.org/10.1086/683288 [SSCI]
  31. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2014). Closer to learning: Social networks, trust, and professional communities. Journal of School Leadership, 24(4), 753-795. https://doi.org/10.1177/105268461402400407 [ESCO] [ERIC-EJ]
  32. Liou, Y.-H., Grigg, J., & Halverson, R. (2014). Leadership and the design of data-driven professional networks in schools. International Journal of Educational Leadership and Management, 2(1), 29-71. http://dx.doi.org/10.17583/ijelm.2014.890 [ESCI] [ERIC-EJ]
  33. Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. C. M. (2014). More than a master: Developing, sharing and using knowledge in school-university research networks. Cambridge Journal of Education, 44(1), 35-57. [SSCI]
  34. Daly, A. J., Moolenaar, N., Der-Martirosian, C., & Liou, Y.-H. (2014). Accessing capital resources: Investigating the effects of teacher human and social capital on student achievement. Teachers College Record, 116(7), 1-42. ISSN 0161-4681. https://doi.org/10.1177/016146811411600702 [SSCI]
  35. Moolenaar, N. M., Daly, A. J., Cornelissen, F., Liou, Y.-H., Caillier, S., Riordan, R., Wilson, K., Cohen, N. A. (2014). Linked to innovation: Shaping an innovative climate through network intentionality and educators’ social network position. Journal of Educational Change, 15(2), 99-123. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10833-014-9230-4 [SSCI] [SCOPUS] [ERIC-EJ]
  36. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Tran, N., Cornelissen, F., & Park, V. (2014). The rise of neurotics: Social networks, leadership, and efficacy in district reform. Educational Administration Quarterly, 50(2), 233-278. https://doi.org/10.1177/0013161X13492795 [SSCI]

BOOKS

  1. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (Eds.) (2023). The relational leader: Catalyzing networks for educational change. Bloomsbury. https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/relational-leader-9781350336445/
  2. Sinnema, C., Daly, A. J., Hannah, D., Rodway, J., Cann, R., & Liou, Y.-H. (2023). Improving the Relational Space of Curriculum Realisation: Social Network Interventions. Emerald. In Emerald Professional Learning Networks Series.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2023). The relational leader: Mapping the landscape of leadership and change through social networks. In Y.-H. Liou & A. J. Daly (Eds), The relational leader: Catalyzing networks for educational change. Bloomsbury.
  2. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. 2023). Where are we headed? A Relationally Focused Agenda for Research and Practice in Leadership. In Y.-H. Liou & A. J. Daly (Eds), The relational leader: Catalyzing networks for educational change. Bloomsbury.
  3. Rodway, J., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Pollock, M., & Yonezawa, S. (2023). Knowledge Brokers as Informal Leaders in a Multi-District Learning Network. In Y.-H. Liou & A. J. Daly (Eds), The relational leader: Catalyzing networks for educational change. Bloomsbury.
  4. Martin Rehm, Alan Daly, Peter Bjorklund, Yi-Hwa Liou, and Miguel del Frenso (2023). Bridging the Divide – How Principals Can Broker Information and Resources between Off- & Online Spaces. In Y.-H. Liou & A. J. Daly (Eds), The relational leader: Catalyzing networks for educational change. Bloomsbury.
  5. René Bastón, Catherine Cramer, Alan J. Daly, Florence D Hudson, Yi-Hwa Liou, Kathryn Naum, Wren Thompson, Laycca Umer, and Stephen Miles Uzzo (2023). An Investigation of the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub Through Social Network Analysis. In Y.-H. Liou & A. J. Daly (Eds), The relational leader: Catalyzing networks for educational change. Bloomsbury.
  6. 陳威良、林明地、劉怡華2022)。策略聯盟學校社區連結與課程發展。載於梁忠銘(主編),邁向學校活用與地方創生的課程與教學(頁281–310。臺北市:中華民國課程與教學學會。ISBN: 978-626-317-879-3 Available at: http://www.wunan.com.tw/bookdetail.asp?no=15921
  7. 劉怡華(民109)。網絡式領導:從社會網絡概念談領導。載於林新發、朱子君(主編),教育領導的新議題(頁293–328。臺北市:元照出版公司。[ISBN: 978-957-511-257-8; 2020/1]
  8. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2018). Evolving relationships of pre-service teachers: A cohort-based model for growing instructional practice through networks. In S. A. Yoon & K. J. Baker-Doyle (Eds.) Networked by design: Interventions for teachers to develop social capital (Chapter 5, pp. 85-110). New York, NY: Routledge Press. ISBN: 978-1138565333
  9. *Daly, A. J., *Liou, Y.-H., & Bjorklund, P. (2018). Pay, position, and partnership: The relationship between salary and sharing in a districtwide leadership team. In Cramer, C., Porter, M.A., Sayama, H., Sheetz, L., Uzzo, S.M. (Eds.) Network science in education: Transformational approaches in teaching and learning (pp. 117-138). New York, NY: Springer. ISBN: 978-3319772370
  10. Daly, A. J., Finnigan, K. S., & Liou, Y.-H. (2017, April 18). The social cost of leadership churn: The case of an urban school district. In E. Quintero (Ed.), Teaching in context: The social side of education reform (pp. 131-146). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
  11. Daly, A. J., Finnigan, K. S., & Liou, Y.-H. (2016, May 2). How leadership churn undermines learning and improvement in low-performing school districts. In Daly, A. J., & Finnigan, K. S. (Eds.), Thinking and acting systemically: Improving school districts under pressure (pp. 183-208). Washington DC, US: American Educational Research Association [AERA].
  12. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Moolenaar, N. (2014, February 1). The principal connection: Trust and innovation in a network of reform. In D. V. Maele, M. V. Houtte & P. B. Forsyth (Eds.), Trust and school life: The role of trust for learning, teaching, leading, and bridging (pp. 285-312). New York, NY: Springer.
  13. Daly, A. J., Del Fresno Garcia, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2014, September). Understanding the social side of educational improvement. In Fresno, M., Marqués, P., & Paunero, D. S., Connected by social networks: Introduction to social network analysis and case (pp. 295-311). Barcelona, Spain: Oberta UOC Publishing.

UPCOMING WORK

Four additional manuscripts are scheduled for publication in 2024, and an additional 11 manuscripts are currently under review.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Liou, Y.-H., Bjorklund, P., Su, L.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2024, April). Exploring school-family-community relationships: The role of parent trust and collaborative resources. Paper will be presented at the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  2. Liou, Y.-H., Saldana, C., Clifford, M. A., Awaludin, A., Guan, X., Choi, Y., Molle, D., Childs, J., & Halverson, R. R. (2024, April). Collaborating to support equity-centered leadership: A two-year social network analysis of eight districts. Paper will be presented at the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  3. Liou, Y.-H. (2024, April). Leadership dynamics in the ecosystems of school reform in Taiwan. Paper will be presented in Symposium Session “Leading Schools towards Ecosystems for Learning and Flourishing” at the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  4. Sinnema, C., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Rodway, J., Cann, R. F., & Su, L.-H. (2024, April). Curriculum leadership efficacy, its social infrastructure surrounds, and improved practice impacts. Paper will be presented in Symposium Session “Leading Schools towards Ecosystems for Learning and Flourishing” at the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  5. Van Halem, N., Lockton, M., Trautman, Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2024, April). Investigating the impact of school principals' social influence on equity initiatives: A case study approach. Paper will be presented in Symposium Session “Leading Schools towards Ecosystems for Learning and Flourishing” at the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  6. Van Halem, N., Lockton, M., Trautman, Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2024, April). Cultivating innovation through responsive leadership: Considering the perspectives of classified staff. Paper will be presented in Symposium Session “School Leadership for Innovation” at the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  7. Symposium invitation by Poortman
  8. Wullschleger, A., Liou, Y.-H., Vörös, A., Daly, A. J., & Merki, K. M. (2024, January). Dynamic pathways: Investigating the relationship between the changing landscape of educational leaders’ interaction routines and innovative climate. Paper will be presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Dublin, Irland.
  9. Van Halem, N., Lockton, M., Trautman, D., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2024, January). How school principals wield social influence in directing and implementing student-centered instructional initiatives: A case study. Paper will be presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Dublin, Irland.
  10. Lockton, M., Van Halem, N., Trautman, D., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2024, January). Leaning into letting go: Collective involvement for instructional transformation and innovation. Paper will be presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Dublin, Irland.
  11. Wullschleger, A., Liou, Y.-H., Voros, A., & Daly, A. J. (2023, November). Collaboration routines and innovation among educational leaders. Paper will be presented at the Swiss Society for Research in Education (SSRE) 2024 Conference. https://www.ssre2024.ch/?lang=en
  12. Williams, T., & Liou, Y.-H. (2023, April). Crisis leadership attributes: Equipping K-12 school leaders. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL, USA.
  13. van Halem, N., Lockton, M., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2022, November). Insights from a research practice partnership on high impact growth areas for school improvement. Paper presented at the University Council for Educational Administration. Seattle, CA, USA.
  14. Lockton, M., van Halem, N., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2022, November). Innovation ecosystems: Culture and relationships for sustained transformation. Paper resented at the University Council for Educational Administration. Seattle, CA, USA.
  15. Liou, Y.-H. (2022, October). Building sustainable school capacity for learning: The role of cross-silo leadership. Paper presented at the International Conference on Revisiting Educational Equality and Quality: Dialogue between Theory and Practice. Taipei, Taiwan (Virtual).
  16. Lockton, M., van Halem, N., Trautman, D. A. R., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2022, April). Balancing tensions to increase equity through system-wide instructional innovation. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA.
  17. Lockton, M., van Halem, N., Trautman, D. A. R., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2022, April). Headwinds and tailwinds: Insights from a research-practice partnership in California on promoting cultures of innovation. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA.
  18. Rehm, M., Daly, A. J., Bjorklund, P., Liou, Y.-H., & Del Fresno, M. (2022, April). Filling the gap?! – What type of content are principals brokering in social networks? Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA.
  19. Sinnema, C., Daly, A. J., Hannah, D., Cann, R. F., Rodway, J., Chalmers, H. A., & Liou, Y.-H. (2022, April). Foregrounding theories-of-action and problem solving in interventions targeting innovation and improvement in educational social networks. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA. (Symposium: Towards Sustainable Innovations in Education)
  20. van Halem, N., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Lockton, M., Trautman, D. A. R., & Vanasdall, D. (2022, April). Identifying high impact improvement areas: insights from a research practice partnership. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA.
  21. van Halem, N., Lockton, M., Trautman, D. A. R., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2022, April). Innovation initiatives in relation to leaders’ attitudes and social networks: insights from a research practice partnership in California. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA. (Symposium: Towards Sustainable Innovations in Education)
  22. Liou, Y.-H., Lee, Y.-S., Chiang-Lin, T.-J., & Daly, A. J. (2022, April). Investigating leadership network change: The role of time, beliefs and organizational learning. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA.
  23. Liou, Y.-H. (2022, April). Using network intervention to facilitate schoolwide change for policy implementation. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA. (Symposium: Towards Sustainable Innovations in Education)
  24. [keynote] Liou, Y.-H. (2021, June 29). Networked learning ecosystem: Evolving by design. Invited speech presented at the Satellite in Network Science and Education (NetSciEd). Virtual Conference.
  25. [panel] Liou, Y.-H. (2021, May 27). Challenges and opportunities of publishing internationally. Invited panel presented at the Education International Collaboration #EdIntColl Meeting. AERA Ed Change SIG155 and ICSEI. Virtual Panel.
  26. Brouwer, J., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2021, August). Beliefs and behaviours: A longitudinal study of leadership networks and self-efficacy. Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). Online Belgium.
  27. Rehm, M., Daly, A. J., Bjorklund Jr., P., Liou, Y.-H., del Fresno, M. (2021, August). The social continuum of social networks: Off- & online networks of educational leaders. Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). Online Belgium.
  28. Liou, Y.-H., & Bjorklund Jr., P. (2021, April). The rise and fall of influential expertise: Disentangling tie formation and dissolution in a professional learning school network. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. Orlando, FL (Virtual Conference).
  29. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2021, April). Social landscape of STEM networks: Mapping social networks of a regional STEM ecosystem. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. Orlando, FL (Virtual Conference).
  30. Daly, A. J., van Halem, N., Liou, Y.-H., & Vanasdall, D. (2021, April). Balancing tensions in systems wide change: Insights from a research practice partnership in the United States. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. Orlando, FL (Virtual Conference).
  31. Rehm, M., Daly, A. J., Bjorklund Jr., P., Liou, Y.-H., Del Fresno, M. (2021, April). The social continuum of educational leadership: Exploring offline and online social networks of elementary principal. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. Orlando, FL (Virtual Conference).
  32. Rodway, J., Macgregor, S., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H. (2021, April). A network case of knowledge brokering. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association. Orlando, FL (Virtual Conference).
  33. Liou, Y.-H., Sinnema, C., Daly, A. J., Rodway, J., Chalmers, H., Hannah, D., & Cann, R. (2021, March). Bridging social capital: The role of network intentionality within systems of communities of learning. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Virtual Conference.
  34. Cann, R., Sinnema, C., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., & Rodway, J. (2021, March). When seekers reap rewards and providers pay a price: The role of resource exchange and discussion utility in improving practice. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Virtual Conference.
  35. van Halem, N., Daly, A. J., Lockton, M., Liou, Y.-H., Vodicka, D., & Vanasdall, D. (2021, March). Crisis Response in Education Network: Reimaging learning in response to the pandemic. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Virtual Conference.
  36. van Halem, N., Daly, A. J., Lockton, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2021, March). Exploring leaders’ attitudes towards instruction and instructional leadership through their social networks: Insights from a research-practice partnership. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Virtual Conference.
  37. Liou, Y.-H. (2020, April). Unveiling the drivers, barriers, and structures of collaboration within professional learning networks. Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
  38. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Brouwer, J., & Doyle, M. (2020, April). A longitudinal social network analysis of beliefs and peer influence within a districtwide leadership team. Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
  39. Sinnema, C., Daly, A., Liou, Y.-H., & Rodway, J. (2020, April). The effect of social network density and discussion quality amongst network members on teacher learning. Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
  40. Rodway, J., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2020, January). Cultivating a multi-district professional learning network from a social network perspective. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Marrakesh, Morocco.
  41. Rodway, J., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2020, January). Understanding a multi-district professional learning network through the lens of strong and weak ties. Paper presented at the Symposium PLN at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Marrakesh, Morocco.
  42. Sinnema, C., Daly, A., Rodway, J., & Liou, Y.-H., (2020, January). Leadership in a community of learning network: A social network examination of roles and reach within and across schools in practice and policy realisation. Paper presented at the Symposium PLN at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Marrakesh, Morocco.
  43. Sinnema, C., Daly, A., Liou, Y.-H., & Rodway, J. (2020, January). Access to expertise: A case study exploring within and across school collaboration on data-analysis and advice-seeking in a community of learning network. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Marrakesh, Morocco.
  44. van Halem, N., Liou, Y.-H., Grey, A., Daly, A. J. (2020, January). It takes a village to raise a village: A system level perspective on promoting student agency. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Marrakesh, Morocco.
  45. Daly, A., Del Fresno, M., Rehm, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2020, January). Social geographies of educational leadership: Exploring social structure and influence in social media. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Marrakesh, Morocco.
  46. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Brouwer, J., & Doyle, M. (2019, September). The structure dynamics of beliefs or the beliefs dynamics of structure? Longitudinal study of leadership networks and personal beliefs. Paper presented at the World Education Leadership Symposium (WELS). Zug, Switzerland.
  47. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Del Fresno, M., & Rehm, M. (2019, September). Exploring leadership in the Twitterverse: Educational leadership, social networks, and the new social media practice space. Paper presented at the World Education Leadership Symposium (WELS). Zug, Switzerland.
  48. Gibson, J. D., Daly, A. J., Balslev, G. M., Downey, C., Karakaya, E. O., Arenas, G., Liou, Y.-H., Civís, M., & Riera, J. (2019, September). Leading educational ecosystems: An international collaborative effort around climate and culture in public schooling. Paper presented at the World Education Leadership Symposium (WELS). Zug, Switzerland.
  49. Liou, Y.-H. (2019, July 16-18). Rethinking collaboration: Investigating the formation of professional learning school network. Invited paper presented at the American Educational Research Association-Professional Learning Networks. San Deigo, CA, USA.
  50. van Halem, N., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Grey, A., & Bjorklund Jr., P. (2019, July). It takes a village to raise a village: A system level perspective on innovation for personalized learning. Invited paper presented at the American Educational Research Association-Professional Learning Networks. San Deigo, CA, USA.
  51. Rodway, J., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., & Sinnema, C. (2019, July 16-18). Understanding the development of a professional learning network through the lens of strong and weak tie. Invited paper presented at the American Educational Research Association-Professional Learning Networks. San Deigo, CA, USA.
  52. Rodway, J., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2019, June 1-7). Examining a professional learning network over time. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  53. Liou, Y.-H. (2019, April). The structure dynamics of beliefs or the beliefs dynamics of structure? Longitudinal study of leadership networks and personal beliefs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.
  54. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2019, April). What drives innovation? Investigating innovation network of pre-service teachers and self-concept. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.
  55. Liou, Y.-H., Rodway, J., Daly, A. J., Pollock, M., & Yonezawa, S. (2019, April). Cross-district professional collaboration: Longitudinal study of regional math teacher networks. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.
  56. Liou, Y.-H. (2019, April). Symposium session organizer: Foregrounding the Social Side of Teacher Education and Development: Studies from China, England, New Zealand, Spain, and US. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Toronto, Canada.
  57. Liou, Y.-H., & Canrinus, E. T. (2019, April). Understanding the social side of teacher learning and development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (Symposium Session: Foregrounding the Social Side of Teacher Education and Development: Studies from China, England, New Zealand, Spain, and US). Toronto, Canada.
  58. Daly, A. J., Sinnema, C., & Liou, Y.-H. (2019, April). Social network insights into the realisation of educational improvement policy aspirations through multi-school networks in New Zealand. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (Symposium Session: Foregrounding the Social Side of Teacher Education and Development: Studies from China, England, New Zealand, Spain, and US). Toronto, Canada.
  59. Liou, Y.-H. (2019, January). Collaboration preference: Exploring the role of informal leaders, homophily, social intentionality within professional learning school network. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Stavanger, Norway.
  60. Liou, Y.-H., Rodway, J., Daly, A. J., Pollock, M., & Yonezawa, S. (2019, January). Two systems, one region: A longitudinal study of a regional math teacher network. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Stavanger, Norway.
  61. Rodway, J., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2019, January). The evolution of a professional learning network over time: Examining a Regional math network across feeder school districts. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Stavanger, Norway.
  62. Daly, A. J., Del Fresno, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2019, January). Educational leadership in the Twitterverse: Examining social structure and influence. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Stavanger, Norway.
  63. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Downey, C., Bokhove, C., Civís, M., Díaz-Gibson, J., & López, S. (2018, August). Social side of teacher education from England, Spain, and US: The role of efficacy in exploration and exchange in pre-service teachers. Paper presented at the World Education Research Association. Cape Town, South Africa.
  64. *Daly, A. J., *Liou, Y.-H., & Sinnema, C. (2018, August). Scaling up informal leadership in the US, Taiwan, and New Zealand: Exploring the role of informal leaders within school networks. Paper presented at the World Education Research Association. Cape Town, South Africa.
  65. Liou, Y.-H., Canrinus, E. T., & Daly, A. J. (2018, June). Policy in action: Understanding policy engagement through organizational expectation, teacher beliefs, and motivation. Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG 11 Teaching and Teacher Education. University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway.
  66. Liou, Y.-H., Bjorklund, P., & Daly, A. J. (2018, April). Climate change: The effect of innovation, trust, and leadership on Common Core beliefs among districtwide educators. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.
  67. Liou, Y.-H., Bjorklund, P., & Daly, A. J. (2018, April). Lost at “c”apital: A social capital perspective on urban high school leadership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.
  68. Bjorklund, P., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2018, April). Pay, position, and partnership: Exploring capital resources among a school district leadership team. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.
  69. Liou, Y.-H., Canrinus, E. T., & Daly, A. J. (2018, April). Taking charge of change: Understanding policy engagement through organizational expectation, teacher beliefs, and motivation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.
  70. Liou, Y.-H. (2018, January). Helping leaders believe: Understanding policy engagement through efficacy and social network position. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Singapore.
  71. Liou, Y.-H. (2018, January). Lost at “C”apital: A social capital perspective on urban high school leadership. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Singapore.
  72. Meyer, E., Jafri, J., Sigmon, J., Smith-Walker, N., Evans, T. R., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J. (2017, October). Mapping connectedness: Social network analysis and systems-thinking in practice. Paper presented at the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice. Kansas City, MO.
  73. Daly*, A. J., & Liou*, Y.-H. (2017, May). Lost at “C”apital: A social capital perspective one urban school leadership. Paper presented at the Urban Secondary Schools Conference on Improving Urban Secondary Schools: What works? What more do we need to know?. Minneapolis, MN.
  74. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2017, April). Influential energizers within a leadership team: Longitudinal networks, leader efficacy, and innovative climate. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Antonio, TX.
  75. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2017, April). Rethinking leadership: The effect of exposure to collaboration on districtwide leadership within a leadership team. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Antonio, TX.
  76. Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2017, January). Getting to “I Think I Can, I Think I Can”: Understanding policy engagement through efficacy and social network position. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Ottawa, Canada.
  77. Liou, Y.-H., Lo, Y.-J., & Daly, A. J. (2016, November). Beyond collaboration: Organizational learning effects on a districtwide leadership team. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. Detroit, MI.
  78. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2016, November). Common Core in action: Organizational expectation, teacher beliefs, and motivation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. Detroit, MI.
  79. Liou, Y.-H., Lo, Y.-J., & Daly, A. J. (2016, April). Evolving ties within a district leadership team: Common Core, leader beliefs, and organizational learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Washington DC.
  80. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2016, April). The US case – Evolving ties within a pre-service teacher cohort: Exploring relationships in support of instructional practice. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (Symposium Session for Division K - Teaching and Teacher Education/Division K - Section 3: Focus on the Lives of Teachers. Washington DC.
  81. Van Lare, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2016, April). Orchestrating teacher-led change from the top: Examining administrators' efforts to facilitate teacher leadership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Washington DC.
  82. Brown, C., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2016, April). The importance of trust to research-informed school-improvement: A social network analysis of 43 English schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Washington DC.
  83. Cornelissen, F., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., Bergen, T., & Canrinus, E. T. (2016, April). Teacher education’s challenge of changing research relationships with schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Washington DC.
  84. Hewitt, K. M., Lai, C.-F., Garcia, S., Tromba, P., Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2016, April). Leveraging Collective Action and Change: An Exploratory Case Study of Oregon's Regional Partnership Networks. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Washington DC.
  85. Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2016, January). Foregrounding the role of relationships in reform: A social network perspective on leadership and change. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (Symposium Session). Glasgow, UK.
  86. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Brown, C. (2016, January). Social red bull: Exploring energy relationships in a school district leadership team. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Glasgow, UK.
  87. Brown, C., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2016, January). The importance of trust to research informed school improvement in England: Findings from a social network analysis of 43 English schools. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Glasgow, UK. [Brown’s name on the program only]
  88. Liou, Y.-H., Lo, Y.-J., Daly, A. J., & Vodicka, D. (2015, November). Taking actions on the Common Core: Organizational expectation, teacher beliefs, and motivation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. San Diego, CA.
  89. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Brown, C. (2015, November). Social red bull: Exploring energy relationships in a school district leadership team. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. San Diego, CA.
  90. Van Lare, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2015, November). Repair, confront, and model: Examining relationships to identify teacher leadership in a school change effort. Paper presented at the annual meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. San Diego, CA.
  91. Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Caillier, S., Riordan, R., Wilson, K., Canrinus, E., & Sciurba, K. (2015, June). Relational agency: Developing the social side of teacher leadership in a teacher education program. Paper presented at the Sunbelt XXXV: International Sunbelt Social Network Conference. Brighton, UK.
  92. Zaragoza, M. C., López Solé, S., Gibson, J. D., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2015, June). Networks of preservice teachers: A key aspect for improving their success. Paper presented at the Sunbelt XXXV: International Sunbelt Social Network Conference. Brighton, UK.
  93. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., & Lo, Y.-J. (2015, April). Evolving ties in Common Core: Social networks, leader beliefs, and organizational learning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.
  94. Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2015, April). Social red bull: Exploring energy relationships in a school district leadership team. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.
  95. Daly, A. J., Supovitz, J. A., Fresno Garcia, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2015, April). Common Core in the Twitterverse: Exploring social structure and social media influencers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL.
  96. Finnigan, K. S., Daly, A. J., Che, J., Hylton, N., & Liou, Y.-H. (2015, January). Leveraging Social Networks for Educational Improvements. Paper presented at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Cincinnati, OH.
  97. Liou, Y.-H. (2014, August). Panel moderator in Education/Urban Studies. The 2014 UCSD Summer Research Conference, Academic Enrichment Programs. 
  98. Daly, A. J., Finnigan, K., & Liou, Y.-H. (2014, June 2). Challenges, changes, and churn: A longitudinal social network perspective of urban district leadership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Network Science in Education. Oakland, CA.
  99. Liou, Y.-H., Grigg, A. J., & Halverson, R. (2014, April). Access to expertise: Data-driven accountability, school leadership, and teacher social capital. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.
  100. Cornelissen, F., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. C. M. (2014, April). Leveraging the relationship: Knowledge processes in school-university research networks of master’s programs. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.
  101. Moolenaar, N. M., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2014, April). Common core, common beliefs? Teachers’ social network formation and professional beliefs in the context of the common core. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.
  102. Daly, A. J., Moolenaar, N. M., Liou, Y.-H., & Tuytens, M. (2014, April). Why so difficult? Exploring negative relationships between educational leaders in a context of reform. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.
  103. Daly, A. J., Finnigan, K., & Liou, Y.-H. (2014, April). Challenges, changes, and churn: A longitudinal social network perspective of urban district leadership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (Invited Presidential Session). Philadelphia, PA.
  104. Daly, A. J., Moolenaar, N. M., Liou, Y.-H., & Tuytens, M. (2014, March). Why so difficult? Exploring negative relationships between educational leaders in a context of reform. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Educational Finance and Policy. San Antonio, TX.本人為第一作者。
  105. Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. (2014, January). Leveraging the relationship: Knowledge processes in school-university research networks of a master's programs. Paper presented at the annual Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI.
  106. Liou, Y.-H., Moolenaar, N. M., Daly, A. J., & Bae, S. (2013, December). Assessing teacher beliefs about the common core. Paper presented at the 92nd California Educational Research Association Conference. Anaheim, CA.
  107. Moolenaar, N. M., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2013, December). Examining the “common” in Common Core: Teachers’ social network formation and shared professional beliefs. Paper presented at the 92nd California Educational Research Association Conference. Anaheim, CA.
  108. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Forbes, C. A., Hsiao, J., & Moolenaar, N. M. (2013, November). Investing in potential: Exploring preservice teachers’ social capital and outcomes. Paper presented at the meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. Indianapolis, IN.
  109. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Tran, N., Cornelissen, F., & Park, V. (2013, November). The rise of neurotics: Social networks, leadership, and efficacy in district reform. Paper presented at the meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. Indianapolis, IN.
  110. Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. (2013, November). A new avenue in connecting school and university: knowledge networks and processes in master’s programs. Paper presented at the meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. Indianapolis, IN.
  111. Daly, A. J., Finnigan, K., Moolenaar, N. M., Che, J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2013, November). Just between you and me: The role of educational brokers in the diffusion of data. Paper presented at the meeting of University Council for Educational Administration. Indianapolis, IN.
  112. Liou, Y.-H., & Cornelissen, F. (2013, April). Networks in teacher education: Exploring preservice and inservice contexts. Paper presented at the UCSD International Symposium. San Deigo, CA.
  113. Liou, Y.-H. (2013, April). Closeness matters: Advice networks, trust, and professional communities. Paper presented at the meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
  114. Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Forbes, C. A., Hsiao, J., & Moolenaar, N. M. (2013, April). Investing in the social capital of pre-service teachers: Exploring trust, efficacy, networks, and outcomes. Paper presented at the meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
  115. Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. C. M. (2013, April). Knowledge networks and processes based on action research: Exploration of an alternative master’s program embedded within a k-12 environment. Paper presented at the meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.
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  117. Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H., (2013, January). The rise of neurotics: Social networks, leadership, and efficacy in district reform. Paper presented at the 26th Annual International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement. Santiago, Chile.
  118. Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Moolenaar, N. (2012, November). The principal connection: Trust and innovation in a network of reform. Paper presented at the meeting of University of Council for Educational Administration. Denver, CO.
  119. Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2012, April). Closer to learning: Social networks, trust, and professional communities. Paper presented at the meeting of American Educational Research Association. Vancouver, Canada.
  120. Liou, Y.-H., & Peterson, K. D. (2011, April). Cognitive load, experiential learning, and principal’s work: Leadership and cognition in the U.S. and Taiwan. Paper presented at the meeting of American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA.
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  122. Liou, Y.-H. (2009, November). Leading for learning: A social capital perspective on professional school communities. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting at the University Council of Educational Administration. Anaheim, CA.
  123. Liou, Y.-H. (2009, November). Reshaping a school crisis response culture: Evolution of a crisis management team. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting at the University Council of Educational Administration. Anaheim, CA.
  124. Liou, Y.-H., & Peterson, K. D. (2009, November). Cognitive load and principals’ work during school culture building. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting at the University Council of Educational Administration. Anaheim, CA.
  125. Liou, Y.-H. (2009, April). Crisis Management or Crisis Response Culture? A Complexity Science Approach to School Leadership. Paper presented at the meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.
  126. Liou, Y.-H. (2009, January). Trustworthy leadership of school principals in instructional improvement: A mathematical sociology perspective. Paper presented at the meeting of the 7th Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI.
  127. Liou, Y.-H. (2009, January). Crisis management or crisis response culture? A complexity science approach to school leadership. Paper presented at the meeting of the 7th Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI.
  128. Liou, Y.-H. (2008, October). A chaos theory perspective on how elementary school principals manage chaotic events: Stories from four Midwestern elementary schools. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting at the University Council of Educational Administration. Orlando, FL.
  129. Liou, Y.-H. (2008, October). Trustworthy leadership of school principals in core subject areas. Paper presented at the Meeting of the Annual 13th Values and Leadership Conference. Victoria, Canada.
  130. Halverson, R., Grigg, J., Thomas, C., Sorensen, K. N., & Liou, Y.-H. (2008, March). Distributed leadership and power: A new lens for how school leaders create the capacity to use data in schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.
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