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Position

Senior Lecturer
Education

Research interests

My current research looks at strengths based understandings of leadership formation in context. I'm interested in the role of agency within relational and contextually situated leadership. In particular I am interested in the means through which leaders might generate increased life giving agency within prescriptive environments given the demands of senior leadership roles.

Supervisory interests

  • Educational leaders
  • Educational leadership and management
  • Enhancing leadership

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : Innovation in Educational Contexts (1) ; Cosmopolitanism for Post-Graduate Educators (1) ; Experiences of schooling before, during and after genocide (1) ; Women's Leadership in Garontolese Higher Education (1) ; Being 'in' Educational Design (1) ; Organisational Learning: an appreciate inquiry into school context in Indonesia (1) ;

Associate supervisor : HRM in Higher Education: Case studies of alternatives (1) ; Principals' Experience of complexity and context in New Zealand (1) ; Knowledge Management for Organisational Learning in Indonesian Educational Contexts (2) ;

Publications

  • Maskale, M.M.I., Bell, M.R. and Halsey, R.J. (2016). Preparing teachers for rural secondary schools in Lesotho. In Janice Orrell and David D. Curtis, ed. Publishing Higher Degree Researcher: Making the Transition from Student to Researcher. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers, pp. 85-92.
  • Amin, A. and Bell, M.R. (2016). Enabling innovation in Acehnese schools. In Janice Orrell and David D. Curtis, ed. Publishing Higher Degree Researcher: Making the Transition from Student to Researcher. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers, pp. 137-144.
  • Bell, M.R. and Palmer, C.D. (2015). Shaping a Strengths- Based Approach to Relational Leadership. In Helen Askell-Williams, ed. Transforming the Future of Learning with Educational Research. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 201-220.
  • Bell, M. (2013). Achieving International Mindedness. In LP Stagg, ed. International Mindedness: global perspectives for learners and educators. Rochester, UK: Urbane Publications, pp. 31-49.
    [Web Link]
  • Bell, M.R., Palmer, C.D., Halsey, R.J., Giles, D.L., Bills, A.M. and Rogers, B.A. (2016). Teaching Within a Relational Approach to Educational Leadership. 2nd Edition ed. USA: Cengage.
  • Giles, D.L., Bell, M., Halsey, R. and Palmer, C. (2012). Co-constructing a relational approach to educational leadership and management. Melbourne, VIC: Cengage Learning.
  • Bell, M. (2008). Enacting Servant Leadership. Koln: Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Bell, M.R. (2014). International Minded Leadership: the dynamics at work. IB Asia Pacific Annual Conference 2014. Mar 2014.
  • Bell, M.R. (2014). Recasting Competencies for 21st Century Languages Education: Messages from and for innovations. Critical Competencies for the 21st Century Language Classroom. Apr 2014.
  • Giles, D.L. and Bell, M.R. (2012). Leadership formation: an exploration of leaders’ emergence and becoming. Australian Council of Educational Leaders Conference. Brisbane. Oct 2012.
  • Giles, D.L. and Bell, M. (2011). Eportfolios and leadership preparation and development: Another gimmick or a tool which enables deepening understandings of leadership? In Australian Council of Educational Leadership. Australian Council of Educational Leadership International Conference.
  • Bell, M. and Habel, S. (2012). Toward a Curriculum for Lead Management: An Outcomes-Based Approach to a Certificate? The International Journal of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy, 32(2) pp. 42-53.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Bell, M.R. (2014). Generative Spaces: Shaping PYP Leadership.
  • Bell, M.R. (2014). Exploring Generative Spaces: Shaping the PYP.
  • Bell, M. (2012). Focus.
  • Bell, M.R. (2015). Collectively entering liminal spaces: How might social transformation be possible through a figurative rites of passage? In Papers and Proceedings of the 2nd International Dialogue on Relational Leadership and Learning for Hope-full and Sustainable Futures. Adelaide, South Australia: Flinders University. the 2nd International Dialogue on Relational Leadership and Learning for Hope-full and Sustainable Futures. Flinders University. Jul 2015, pp. 16-20.
  • Paterson, S., Pill, S.A. and Bell, M.R. (2017). Leading teacher underperformance: Principals’ experiences. Leading and Managing, 23(1) pp. 25-51.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Bell, M.R. (2017). Releasing Creative Genius for Social Change: Infusing Leadership with the Mytho-poetic Sensibilities Found through Being "in" the Arts. The International Journal of Social, Political, and Community Agendas in the Arts, June
  • Frankling, T., Jarvis, J.M. and Bell, M.R. (2017). Leading secondary teachers’ understandings and practices of differentiation through professional learning. Leading and Managing, 23(2) pp. 72-86.
  • Jarvis, J.M., Bell, M.R. and Sharp, K. (2016). Leadership for differentiation: An appreciative inquiry of how educational leadership shapes pedagogical change. Leading and Managing, 22(1) pp. 75-91.
  • Giles, D.L. and Bell, M. (2015). Eportfolios and leadership preparation and development: A tool for enabling educational leaders? Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 7(2)
  • Giles, D.L. and Bell, M.R. (2015). The use of eportfolios as a pedagogical tool for leadership preparation and development in education. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 7(2) pp. 443-452.
    [10.1108/JARHE-12-2012-0070] [Web Link]
  • Bell, M. and Habel, S.C. (2010). Enacting Servant Leadership - from the inside out. The International Journal of Servant-Leadership, 6(1) pp. 213-234.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Schoo, A., Habel, S. and Bell, M. (2009). Choice theory and choosing presence: a reflection on needs and the filters of the perceptual system. International Journal of Reality Therapy, 29(1) pp. 24-25.
    [Web Link]
  • Bell, M. and Habel, S.C. (2009). Coaching for a vision for leadership. International Journal of Reality Therapy, 29(1) pp. 18-24.
    [Web Link]
  • Giles, D.L., Bell, M., Halsey, R. and Palmer, C. (2012). Co-constructing a relational approach to educational leadership and management. Melbourne, VIC: Cengage Learning.
  • Bell, M. (2008). Enacting Servant Leadership. Koln: Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Amin, A. and Bell, M.R. (2016). Enabling innovation in Acehnese schools. In Janice Orrell and David D. Curtis, ed. Publishing Higher Degree Researcher: Making the Transition from Student to Researcher. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers, pp. 137-144.
  • Maskale, M.M.I., Bell, M.R. and Halsey, R.J. (2016). Preparing teachers for rural secondary schools in Lesotho. In Janice Orrell and David D. Curtis, ed. Publishing Higher Degree Researcher: Making the Transition from Student to Researcher. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers, pp. 85-92.
  • Bell, M.R. and Palmer, C.D. (2015). Shaping a Strengths- Based Approach to Relational Leadership. In Helen Askell-Williams, ed. Transforming the Future of Learning with Educational Research. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 201-220.
  • Bell, M. (2013). Achieving International Mindedness. In LP Stagg, ed. International Mindedness: global perspectives for learners and educators. Rochester, UK: Urbane Publications, pp. 31-49.
    [Web Link]
  • Paterson, S., Pill, S.A. and Bell, M.R. (2017). Leading teacher underperformance: Principals’ experiences. Leading and Managing, 23(1) pp. 25-51.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Bell, M.R. (2017). Releasing Creative Genius for Social Change: Infusing Leadership with the Mytho-poetic Sensibilities Found through Being "in" the Arts. The International Journal of Social, Political, and Community Agendas in the Arts, June
  • Frankling, T., Jarvis, J.M. and Bell, M.R. (2017). Leading secondary teachers’ understandings and practices of differentiation through professional learning. Leading and Managing, 23(2) pp. 72-86.
  • Jarvis, J.M., Bell, M.R. and Sharp, K. (2016). Leadership for differentiation: An appreciative inquiry of how educational leadership shapes pedagogical change. Leading and Managing, 22(1) pp. 75-91.

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