North Houston Business Degree Instructor to Publish Book Chapter on Teacher Leadership

Edward Owens, a Doctor of Education student (Ed.D.) and Business Office Management Instructor at our North Houston Campus, has been selected by Kappa Delta Pi to write a book chapter that will be part of a book entitled Perspectives on Teacher Leadership.

Mr. Owens’ chapter proposal was one of 20 selected out of 62 submitted. His chapter will focus on “International Teacher Leadership.”

This book is a collaborative effort of 20 university professors around the country. The book is scheduled for publication in August 2014. Taylor and Francis will be the book publisher.

North Houston BOM Instructor Edward Owens.

North Houston BOM Instructor Edward Owens.

More About Mr. Owens
A seven-year veteran of Remington College, Mr. Owens is a full-time instructor of accounting and business law in addition to teaching all management and computer courses at our Greenspoint Campus.

He also attends Walden University online and is maintaining a 4.0 GPA while working toward his Ed.D. in Higher Education, with a specialization in Adult Learning. His expected graduation date is early Spring 2014.

Mr. Owens is a member of the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society. He is also a member of the Dean’s Student Advisory Council in the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership.

More About Kappa Delta Pi
The International Honor Society in Education known as Kappa Delta Pi, or KDP, was founded in 1911 at the University of Illinois. The society was established to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching.

KDP grew from a local chapter to the international organization it is today, comprising 600 chapters and more than 40,000 members.

The society provides quality publications that support the professional development of educators and scholars. Through its publications, KDP is committed to stimulating dialogue among educators, challenging current thinking in education, extending knowledge boundaries and shaping thinking, highlighting educational innovations and best practices, encouraging positive educational change, engaging the global community in discourse, and improving educational practice.

Educators at all levels and disciplines are invited to get involved with KDP publications as authors, members of editorial review panels, book reviewers, researchers, lifelong learners, participants in dialogue, and subscribers. For more information, visit kdp.org.

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