Peter Sleegers
Peter Sleegers
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Transformational and transactional leadership effects on teachers' job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and organizational citizenship behavior in primary schools: The …
S Nguni, P Sleegers, E Denessen
School effectiveness and school improvement 17 (2), 145-177, 2006
How to improve teaching practices: The role of teacher motivation, organizational factors, and leadership practices
EEJ Thoonen, PJC Sleegers, FJ Oort, TTD Peetsma, FP Geijsel
Educational administration quarterly 47 (3), 496-536, 2011
Occupying the principal position: Examining relationships between transformational leadership, social network position, and schools’ innovative climate
NM Moolenaar, AJ Daly, PJC Sleegers
Educational administration quarterly 46 (5), 623-670, 2010
Transformational leadership effects on teachers’ commitment and effort toward school reform
F Geijsel, P Sleegers, K Leithwood, D Jantzi
Journal of educational administration 41 (3), 228-256, 2003
Teaming up: Linking collaboration networks, collective efficacy, and student achievement
NM Moolenaar, PJC Sleegers, AJ Daly
Teaching and teacher education 28 (2), 251-262, 2012
Parental involvement and educational achievement
G Driessen, F Smit, P Sleegers
British educational research journal 31 (4), 509-532, 2005
The effect of teacher psychological and school organizational and leadership factors on teachers' professional learning in Dutch schools
FP Geijsel, PJC Sleegers, RD Stoel, ML Krüger<? Pub Caret?>
The elementary school journal 109 (4), 406-427, 2009
The effect of peer socioeconomic status on student achievement: A meta-analysis
R Van Ewijk, P Sleegers
Educational research review 5 (2), 134-150, 2010
One teacher's identity, emotions, and commitment to change: A case study into the cognitive–affective processes of a secondary school teacher in the context of reforms
K Van Veen, P Sleegers, PH Van de Ven
Teaching and teacher education 21 (8), 917-934, 2005
How does it feel? Teachers' emotions in a context of change
K Van Veen, P Sleegers
Journal of Curriculum studies 38 (1), 85-111, 2006
The impact of school leadership on school level factors: Validation of a causal model
ML Krüger, B Witziers, P Sleegers
School Effectiveness and school improvement 18 (1), 1-20, 2007
Modeling the influence of school leaders on student achievement: how can school leaders make a difference?
G Ten Bruggencate, H Luyten, J Scheerens, P Sleegers
Educational administration quarterly 48 (4), 699-732, 2012
Teachers' professional development: Europe in international comparison
M Hendriks, H Luyten, P Sleegers, R Steen
Dictus Publ., 2011
Conditions fostering the implementation of large-scale innovation programs in schools: Teachers’ perspectives
F Geijsel, P Sleegers, R van den Berg, G Kelchtermans
Educational Administration Quarterly 37 (1), 130-166, 2001
Building school-wide capacity for improvement: The role of leadership, school organizational conditions, and teacher factors
EEJ Thoonen, PJC Sleegers, FJ Oort, TTD Peetsma
School effectiveness and school improvement 23 (4), 441-460, 2012
New learning and the classification of learning environments in secondary education
A de Kock, P Sleegers, MJM Voeten
Review of educational research 74 (2), 141-170, 2004
Can teachers motivate students to learn?
EEJ Thoonen, PJC Sleegers, TTD Peetsma, FJ Oort
Educational studies 37 (3), 345-360, 2011
Segregation by choice? A study of group‐specific reasons for school choice
E Denessen*, G Driessena, P Sleegers
Journal of education policy 20 (3), 347-368, 2005
Social networks, trust, and innovation. How social relationships support trust and innovative climates in Dutch Schools
NM Moolenaar, PJC Sleegers
Social network theory and educational change, 97-114, 2010
Lighting affects students’ concentration positively: Findings from three Dutch studies
PJC Sleegers, NM Moolenaar, M Galetzka, A Pruyn, BE Sarroukh, ...
Lighting research & technology 45 (2), 159-175, 2013
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