David Sawyer

PUBLICATIONS
  • Inquiry Brief: Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) Legacy, Educational Leadership Programs. Regent University School of Education, (With Others), January 2016.


  • "Boyhood Crabbing Memories Pre-date the Steel Bridge," Guest Columnist, The Virginian-Pilot Clipper, March, 2012.


  • "A June Bug On a String Was Southern Kid's Delight," Guest Columnist, The Virginian-Pilot Clipper, July, 2011.


  • "The $6 Million Mystery: Show Me the Money," Public Comment, The Free Lance Star, September 22, 2009.


  • “From Boardroom to Classroom and Back Again," The School Administrator, September, 2007.


  • Foreword to Special Edition, The Managerial Leadership Bible, 2005.


  • “Leadership Principles I Have Learned,” Professional Performance Magazine, Volume 12, Issue 4, 2005.


  • Foreword to Special Edition, Beyond WOW: Defining a New Level of Customer Service, 2004.


  • “Understanding ‘Bloat’ Can Be Daunting,” The School Administrator, February, 2004.


  • “My Day at School,” The School Administrator, April, 2004.


  • “Administrative Computing,” Section in the Florida Administrative Handbook, Florida Association of School Administrators, February, 1999.


  • “Profile—David E. Sawyer,” The School Administrator, June, 1999.


  • Transition to Technology: Executive Training Manual. Trainer’s manual, workshop materials, transparency masters, and electronic presentation disks for IBM & MacIntosh, Florida Association of District School Superintendents, March, 1996.


  • “Leadership Principles I Have Learned,” The School Administrator, Guest Column, September 1992 (Reprinted by the Nevada School Administrators Association.)


  • “A Rewarding Idea: Let Employees Know You Appreciate Their Efforts,” The Executive Educator, August, 1992.


  • “With Computers, Managing Job Applications Just Got Easier,” American Association of School Personnel Administrators, AASPA Bulletin, (Reprinted from The Executive Educator, August, 1988), June, 1989.


  • “Technology Expands and Enriches Many Classroom Experiences,” The South Carolina School Board Association Journal, January, 1989.


  • “With Computers, Managing Job Applications Just Got Easier,” The Executive Educator, August, 1988.


  • “How To Keep Your Computer Operations Afloat During a Disaster,” The American School Board Journal, July, 1988.


  • The First Year Experience: Reactions of Faculty, Students & Parents. Achievement and Awards. The Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology Report No. 3. ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education and Resources in Education (RIE), 1987.


  • The Admissions and Selections Process December 20, 1984-October 1, 1986. The Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology Report No. 2. ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education and Resources in Education (RIE), 1987.


  • The Effects of the School for Science and Technology on Other High School Programs: Baseline Data and Initial Operations. The Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology Report No. 1. ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education and Resources in Education (RIE), 1987.


  • An Analysis of the Results of the Student Survey Concerning the School for Science & Technology. ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education and Resources in Education (RIE), 1987.


  • “Hands-on Labs in an Academic High School/Private Sector Support for Technology Labs,” Vocational Education Journal, May, 1986.


  • Legislative Action Kit. (Trainer’s Manual, Transparency Masters, Etc.) The American Industrial Arts Association, Reston, Virginia, April, 1983.


  • Status Study of Pre-Vocational Education. The Alabama Advisory Council of Vocational Education, Auburn University, June, 1980.


  • Occupational Information Systems: Development & Implementation (Co-Author). TimeShare Corporation (A Houghton Mifflin Company), January, 1978.


  • “Vocational Education: A Resource Everybody Needs But Few Want,” The Capstone College of Education Society Quarterly Journal. The University of Alabama, November, 1978.


  • “What You Should Know About the Law and Liability,” Industrial Education, March, 1974.


  • “The Worth of Part-time Cooperative Education at the Secondary Level,” (Results of Doctoral Dissertation Research), The Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, Fall, 1973.






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