Building strong relationships and using purposeful dialogue in policy formation is of utmost interest to me. How we speak to one another and how that translates into the leadership decisions we make poses to impact large groups of people. My research focuses on transformational policy analyses and how groups of people can increase their impactfulness through conversations.
Dockweiler, K. A., & Holmes-Sutton, T. F. (2016). Developing a collaborative culture between general and special educators. Education Week. (in review).
Dockweiler, K. A. (2016). Promoting student success: Keep Psychological Services centralized. Education Week. (in review).
Dockweiler, K. A. (2016). State association advocacy: Conversations about conversations. Communique, 44(7), 1,32-33.
Dockweiler, K. A., Putney, L. G., & Jordan, T. S. (2015). Enhancing the policy analysis process: Case studies using the Layers of Analysis Framework. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, 10(2), 87-103.
Dockweiler, K. A. (2012). Language of instruction policies: Discourse and power. University of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries. (ISBN 9781267755230).