Books by M. Chirichello
        
Principals as Maverick Leaders: Rethinking Democratic Schools (2011).  Lanham, MD.: Rowman and Littlefield. Co-authored with Sharron Walker, Ed.D.


Learning to Lead: Ten Stories for Principals, (2007), Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. Co-authored with Nancy Richardson.

Exemplary Leadership Development: A Handbook for New Jersey Educational Leadership Interns, (2007), Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing. Edited with Donald Leake.

 

                                       Book Chapters by M. Chirichello

The Practitioner Scholar Doctorate: Not a PhD Lite (2016). In Perry, J. (Ed.). The EdD and the Scholarly Practitioner: The CPED Path. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc. (Co-authored with Mark Wasicsko, Ph.D. and James Allen, Ed.D).

Reconciling Supervisory Beliefs and Behaviors: A Case Study about a Collaborative Performance Appraisal Initiative (2010). In Irby, B.J., Alford, B.J. , Perreault, G. & Zellner, L. Promoting Critical Ideas of Leadership, Culture and Diversity. Lancaster, PA: ProActive Publications (Co-authored with Kevin Walsh).

The Principal as Educational Leader: What Makes the Difference? (2010).  In Huber, S.G. (Ed.). School Leadership – International Perspectives. Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, NY: Springer.

New Jersey: A New Paradigm for Preparing School Leaders (2004). In Huber, S. (Ed.), Preparing School Leaders for the 21st Century. Netherlands: Taylor & Francis.

Reinventing the Principalship: From Centrist to Collective Leadership (2003). In Lunenburg, F. C. & Carr, C. S. (Eds.) (2003). Shaping the Future: Policy, Partnerships, and Emerging Practices. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Rich Relationships: Concepts and Connections (2000). In Paynter, S. (Ed.), Unchartered Waters: The Handbook for Operating a Charter School in NJ.  NJ: Charter School Resource Center.

 

              Co-authored Professional/Journal Articles

                                   by M. Chirichello

Allen, J., Wasicsko, M. & Chirichello, M. (2014). The Missing Link: Teaching the Dispositions to Lead. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 9 (1), 135-147.

Chirichello, M. & Wasicsko, M. (March 2015). From PHD Light to the Practitioners’ EDD. School Administrator, (3) 72, 24-25.

Green, J., Chirichello, M., Mallory, B. Melton, T., & Lindahl, R. (October, 2011). Assessing Leadership Dispositions: Issues, Challenges, and Promising Practices. International Journal of Leadership Preparation, 6 (4). Retrieved October 18, 2011 from http://www.ncpeapublications.org/volume-6-number-4-october-december-2011.html.

Walker, S. & Chirichello, M. (May, June 2014). Schools must embrace democratic principles. Principal 93 (5), 48-49 (NAESP).

Wasicsko, M. M., Chirichello, M., & Allen, J. G. (2014). Signature practices for redesigning the practitioner’s Ed.D. for school superintendents. Journal of School Public Relations, 35(3), 348-56.

Wasicsko, M. & Chirichello, M. (April 2014). Hiring gruntled educators, AMLE 1 (8), 20-23.

 

                                                                                            Professional/Journal Articles by M. Chirichello


Embrace the Journey: Five Leadership Principles (May 2016), AMLE (Association of Middle Level Educators), 3 (9), 35-37.

Auf de Suche Nach der Guten Schule: In Search of a Great School (January-March 2009). International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 4 (1). Retrieved February 5, 2009 from http://ijelp.expressacademic.org/index.php?autoID=68 and http://cnx.org/content/m19602/latest/.

Debunking the Myths about Change (Sept/Oct 2008). Principal, 88 (1), National Association of Elementary School Principals.

Increasing Your Leadership Capacity (August 2008). Middle Matters, 17 (1). National Association of Elementary School Principals.

Using Concepts and Connections to Reach Students with Integrated Curriculum (Spring 2005). Middle School Journal. Co-Authors: J. Eckel & G. Pagliaro. National Middle School Association.

A Vision for Curriculum Design: Thinking about Differentiation (June 2004). Educational Viewpoints, NJ Principals and Supervisors Association.

Collective Leadership: Reinventing the Principalship (Spring 2004), Kappa Delta Pi Record 40 (3).

Co-Principals: Leading and Learning Together (January 2004). Instructional Leader, XVII (1). (Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association).  

A Job Too Big for One: Multiple Principals and Other Approaches to School Leadership (April 2003). Co-authored paper presented at the AREA conference, Chicago, IL.

Co-Principals: A Double Dose of Leadership (March/April 2003). Principal, National Association of Elementary School Principals.

The Changing Roles of Principals: Perceptions, Visions and Choices (February 2003), Educational Viewpoints, NJ Principals and Supervisors Association.

Curriculum, Concepts, and Connections: Looking Beyond Testing and Topics (2001). NJATE Journal (NJ Association of Teacher Educators).

Collective Leadership: Sharing the Principalship (September 2001). Principal, 81 (1), National Association of Elementary School Principals.

Beginning, Building, and Enhancing Professional Development: A University Partnership with Three Public Schools (Fall 2001). Co-authored with Drs. Feola, Strasser, and Rosenfeld. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 38 (1).

Ten Tips to Successful Looping (January 2001). Communicator, The Monthly Newsletter of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, 24 (5).

Preparing Principals to Lead in the New Millennium: A Response to the Leadership Crisis in American Schools (January 2001). Paper presented at the 14th International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement, Toronto, Canada. ERIC Document ED 453 588.

A Standing Ovation for Looping: The Critics Respond (Fall 2001). Co-authored with Carol Chirichello. Childhood Education, 78 (1), Association for Childhood Education International.

Innovative Charter Schools Enhance Public Education (July 25, 1999). Guest Editorial, The Sunday Star-Ledger, Perspective Section.

Perspective on Testing Pedagogical Views: A Study of the Preferred Leadership Styles of Principals and the Organizational Climates in Successful Elementary Schools of New Jersey (April 1999). NJASA Perspective, XV (2).

Building Capacity for Change in School Governance: Transformational Leadership for School Principals (April 29, 1999). The Educational Research Chronicle, I (5).  College of Education, William Paterson University.

Building Capacity for Change: Transformational Leadership for School Principals (January 1999). Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Conference of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement, San Antonio, TX. ERIC Document ED 432 037.

A Study of the Preferred Leadership Styles of Principals and the Organizational Climates in Successful Elementary Schools in New Jersey (1997).  Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Seton Hall University.



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