Moral Leadership - This line of study explores how moral reasoning is taught and learned in a leadership context. I also study the critical factors involved in developing the courage and integrity needed to follow-up moral thinking with moral action.
Education Policy - My interest in education policy includes the study of how resources are distributed in schools and how students use those resources. I am particularly interested in strategies for engaging students in meaningful learning practice. My former teachers that have most influenced my research agenda include Ted Sizer, Ken Strike, and David Monk.
Instructional Technology - Born mostly out of my own interest in integrating technology into my college teaching. I am focused on evaluating the value added impact technology has on student learning.
My name is John Pijanowski and I am a Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Arkansas. Prior to working in Arkansas I was a professor at North Carolina State University and Cornell University, where I earned my doctorate in 1999. I graduated from Brown University with a degree in Psychology and continue to be a supporter of all things Bruno. For more information about my professional experience you can check out my faculty webpage.
U of A Professor Gives Teaching Seminar at Notre DamePhoto SubmittedJohn Pijanowski, center, talks with Notre Dame graduate students.John Pijanowski, University of Arkansas professor of educational leadership, worked with faculty and graduate students at the University of ...
Posted Jul 30, 2015, 7:35 AM by John Pijanowski
Talking Ethics on the Bo Mattingly ShowDr. Pijanowski was invited to settle an ethical dilemma on the Bo Mattingly Sports Radio Show. http://www.sportstalkwithbo.com/site/content/view/1900/1/
Posted Jan 29, 2013, 10:35 AM by John Pijanowski
Pijanowski presents annual Baum LectureThe Teaching Academy and the office of the provost will sponsor the annual Baum Teaching Workshop on Thursday, Aug. 16, from 8–11:45 a.m. The general workshop title ...
Posted Aug 15, 2012, 6:55 PM by John Pijanowski