Joanne Marshall, Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Iowa State University

Emailjmars (at) iastate.edu

Webjmars.public.iastate.edu

Phone515.294.9995

Address1620 Lagomarcino Hall


BIO

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Joanne M. Marshall is an associate professor in the School of Education at Iowa State University, where she is also Program Coordiantor for Educational Administration. She teaches courses in the educational administration and research and evaluation program areas.

Most recently this interest in the intersection of the personal and professional has led her to edit a new series of books on work-life balance. The first book, Juggling Flaming Chain Saws: Faculty in Educational Leadership Try to Balance Work and Family, was published by Information Age in August 2012.


MY RESEARCH

Work-Life Balance, Religion & Public Education, Educational Philanthropy, Social Justice Pedagogy, Moral & Ethical Leadership
2009 - present

Work-Life Balance

Lead Editor for the Work-Life Balance Series at Information Age Publishing
Edited Book

Marshall, J. M., Brooks, J. S., Brown, K. M., Bussey, L. H., Fusarelli, B., Gooden, M. A., C. A. Lugg, L. Reed & G. Theoharis (Eds.). (2012). Juggling flaming chain saws: Faculty in educational leadership try to balance work and family. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Book Chapters

Marshall, J. M.(2015). [Title redacted]. In G. Theoharis & S. Dotger (Eds.), On The High Wire: Education Professors Walk Between Work And Parenting. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Marshall, J. M. (2012). Why juggling flaming chain saws in educational leadership? In J. M. Marshall, J. S. Brooks, K. M. Brown, L. H. Bussey, B. Fusarelli, M. A. Gooden, C. A. Lugg, L. Reed & G. Theoharis (Eds.), Juggling flaming chain saws: Academics in educational leadership try to balance work and family (pp. vii-xxx). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Marshall, J. M. (2012). Singing along with the lone ranger. In J. M. Marshall, J. S. Brooks, K. M. Brown, L. H. Bussey, B. Fusarelli, M. A. Gooden, C. A. Lugg, L. Reed & G. Theoharis (Eds.), Juggling flaming chain saws: Academics in educational leadership try to balance work and family (pp. 123-130). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Presentations

Marshall, J. M., Peters-Hawkins, A., Engle, W. K., Hafner, M., Lewis, W., Stansberry Beard, K., . . . Theoharis, G. (2014, November). Exploring the faith and work of education faculty: A critical conversation. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Washington, D.C.

Marshall, J. M., Theoharis, G., Black, W., Jean-Marie, G., Hesbol, K., Hollingworth, L., . . . Scanlan, M. (2012, November). "Juggling flaming chain saws”: Scholars in educational leadership try to balance work and life. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Denver.

Marshall, J. M., Gutierrez, K. J., McCray, C., & Wieczorek, D. (2012, June). Voices on work-life balance from faculty in educational leadership: Invitation to an inter-disciplinary conversation. Paper presented at the inaugural meeting of the Work and Family Researchers Network, New York.


2000 - present

Religion or Spirituality and Public Education

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Marshall, J. M. & Marsh, Tyson E. J. (2016) The “affirmative action hire”: Leading inclusively in diverse religious communities. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 19(1), 6-17. doi: 10.1177/1555458915624942

Marshall, J. M. (2014). Navigating the religious landscape in schools: Towards inclusive leadership. Theory into Practice, 53, 139-148. doi: 10.1080/00405841.2014.887885

Won Theory into Practice's Best Article of the Year award, 2014

Marshall, J. M. (2009). Describing the Elephant: Preservice teachers talk about spiritual reasons for becoming a teacher. Teacher Education Quarterly, 36(2), 25-44.

Marshall, J. M. (2006). Nothing new under the sun: A historical overview of religion in U.S. Public schools. Equity and Excellence in Education, 39(3), 181-194.

Marshall, J. M. (2005). In the world but not of it? Voices and experiences of conservative Christian students in public schools. Religion and Education, 32(2), 85-106.

Practioner Articles

Marshall, J. M. (2008). Whose religious values? Managing changing religious demographics in a school community legally and pro-actively. The School Administrator, 65(5), 28-32.

Marshall, J. M. (2003). Religion and education: Walking the line in public schools. Phi Delta Kappan, 85(3), 239-242.

Book Chapters

Marshall, J.M. (2015). Inclusive leadership and religion. In G. Theoharis & M. Scanlan (Eds.), Leadership for increasingly diverse schools (pp. 146-165). New York: Taylor and Francis.

Presentations

Scanlan, M., Theoharis, G., Lowenhaupt, R., Hernandez, F., Horsford, S. D., & Marshall, J. M. (2014, November). Mini-workshop: Intersectionality in inclusive leadership. Ignite talk presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, Washington, D.C.


2010 - present

Educational Philanthropy and Teacher Leadership

Practitioner Article

Marshall, J. M. (2012). Grassroots philanthropy on the prairie. Phi Delta Kappan, 93(8), 34-38

Marshall, J. M. (2012). Grassroots philanthropy on the prairie. Online reprint in Educational Horizons Magazine, 90(Summer).

Presentations

Marshall, J. M. (2012, April 13-17). Fostering community involvement: New examples of teacher leadership from a charitable foundation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver.

Marshall, J. M. (2011, April 8-12). Caring in action: Meeting individual student needs via a teacher-led charitable foundation. Roundtable presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Marshall, J. M. (2010, October 28-31). Establishing Shelley: Lessons from a teacher-led foundation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, New Orleans.


2006-present

Social Justice Pedagogy

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Hernandez, F. & Marshall, J. M. (2016). Auditing inequity: Teaching aspiring administrators to be social justice leaders. Education and Urban Society, 1-26. doi: 10.1177/0013124516630598

Marshall, J. M., & Hernandez, F. (2013). “I would not consider myself a homophobe”: Learning and teaching about sexual orientation in a principal preparation program. Educational Administration Quarterly 49(3):451-488.

Honorable Mention, William J. Davis Award

Hernandez, F., & Marshall, J. M. (2009). "Where I came from, where I am now, and where I'd like to be": Aspiring administrators reflect on cultural identity. Journal of School Leadership, 19(3), 299-333.

Marshall, J. M., Hamrick, F. A., & Goodman, P. (2009). Principal considerations: Super parent or super pain? Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 12(4), 37-47.

Marshall, J. M., & Theoharis, G. (2007). Moving beyond being nice: Teaching and learning about social justice in a predominantly White educational leadership program. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 2 (2).

Steffen, J. J., & Marshall, J. M. (2006). Who decides where Jerry goes to school? Family and educator conflict in special education placement. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 9(1), 25-34.




MY TEACHING

Courses & Advising
Ed Ad 651X

Ethics, Spirituality, and Social Justice in Administrative Practice

This course explores ethical models and practice of educational administrators. Participants will develop personal and professional codes of ethics; define concepts of care, spirituality, democracy, equity, diversity, and social justice; and explain how those concepts relate to students’ academic and social success. Case studies offer opportunities to consider and evaluate moral and legal consequences of decision-making. Participants will develop their own vision of leadership.


Ed Ad 615B/Higher Ed 615H

Dissertation Seminar

This seminar is designed as a semi-structured working group to assist students in various stages of the dissertation process, although emphasis is placed squarely on development of the first three dissertation chapters.


Res Ev 550

Introduction to Educational Research

The purpose of this course is for future administrators to understand quantitative and qualitative research as consumers of research; to use data for school improvement; to understand models for educational program planning and evaluation; and to use action research.


Ed Ad 556

School Systems as Learning Cultures

This course builds on Ed Admin 541, Principles of Educational Leadership, to explore more fully how a leader can establish a vision for equitable and excellent learning. It provides historical, practical and theoretical perspectives on the culture and systems of schools, particularly in an age of accountability.


Advising


MY SERVICE

Current Editorial Work, Offices, Committees

Editorial Work

BOOKS

Lead Editor, Work-Life Balance Series, Information Age Publishing

Books in the Series

Hernandez, F., Murakami, E., Rodriguez, G., & Gonzalez, K. (2015). Abriendo puertas, cerrando heridas: Opening doors, closing wounds. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Theoharis, G., & Dotger, S. (Eds.). (2015). On the high wire: Education professors walk between work and parenting. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Purnamasari, A. V., Henry, G., Ordu, C., & Martínez, E. (Eds.). (2014). Beyond the pride and the privilege: The stories of doctoral students and work-life balance.

Series Editor, New Directions in Educational Leadership: Innovations in Research, Teaching, and Service, Information Age Publishing. Lead Editor: Noelle Witherspoon Arnold

JOURNALS

Editorial Board, Educational Administration Quarterly

Editorial Board, Journal of Research in Leadership Education

Reviewer, Journal of School Leadership

Reviewer, Religion and Education

Reviewer, Sociology of Religion

Elected Offices

AERA

Communications Chair, Leadership for Social Justice Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association, 2012-2014

Program Chair, Religion and Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association, 2014-present

Committees and Other Service

National
UCEA

Plenum Representative, University Council for Educational Administration, 2011-present

David L. Clark Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Leadership and Policy Mentor, University Council for Educational Administration, 2012.

Barbara L. Jackson Scholar Mentor, 2012- present.

Local
2006-2012

ISU Representative, Ames School Improvement Advisory Committee

at Iowa State University
University

Chair, Work-Life Advisory Committee

School of Education

Program Coordinator, Educational Administration

Accreditation Planning Committee

Graduate Education Committee

Chair, Educational Administration Awards Committee