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Vol. 10 No. 1 (2022): Educational Leader (Pemimpin Pendidikan)
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1. Pengurusan Faktor dan Simptom Stres di kalangan Pelajar Pengurusan Pelancongan Politeknik Hulu Terengganu/(Management of stress factors and symptoms among Tourism Management students in Hulu Terengganu Polytechnic) (PDF 1-12) 

2. Pedagogical Strategies Using Van Hiele’s Levels of Geometric Thinking in Learning Geometry Among Malaysian Year Five Students (PDF 13-29)

3. Kesan Motivasi Kerja ke Atas Sikap terhadap Perubahan Pemimpin Sekolah/(Effects of Work Motivation on Change Attitudes of Educational Leaders) (PDF 30-43) 

4. Entrepreneurial Leadership for Students’ Enrolment in Private Secondary Schools:  A conceptual research to discover Parents’ Intentions and Behavior (PDF 44-60)

5. Private School Teachers’ Transformational Leadership Practices and Students’ Interest in Science: A Research Framework (PDF 61-77)

6. Principal Administrative Leadership and Educational Goal Achievement in Kwara State, Nigeria (PDF 78-91)

7. New Demands on College Teachers’ Teaching Competencies: Evidence from Teacher Education Revitalization Policies of China (PDF 92-103)

8. Conceptualizing Global leadership Education (GLE): Lessons learned from the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Southeast Asia (PDF 104-120)



Published: 2022-05-10
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Educational Leader (PEMIMPIN PENDIDIKAN) is a double-blind peer-review journal produced by the Department of Educational Management, Planning, and Policy, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya. Educational Leader invites the submission of manuscripts that contribute to the improvement of quality of educational leadership, management, planning, and policies. All manuscripts related to theoretical and methodological approaches are welcome. We accept manuscript in any mode of inquiry (e.g., positivist, interpretive or critical approach) with the qualitative, quantitative or mix-research methods that have the potential to contribute to our understanding of educational leadership. We strongly encourage authors to consider both the local and global implications of their work. The journal’s goal is to clearly communicate with a diverse audience including both school and higher education levels readers, e.g. students, teachers, parents, and educational leaders. Additionally, the journal is interested in manuscripts that explore the causal relationship between leadership and its factors or outcome variables. Authors can submit their manuscripts in either English or Malay language.  Submission and publication of an article in this journal are free of charge.

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e-ISSN: 2601-0011