Associate Professor/Department of Educational Management
M.S./Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison 2005-2010
Dept. of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
SELECTED PARTICIPATING RESEARCH PROJECTS
Using Evidence for Systemic Impact in Education: Establishing and Examining Longitudinal Data for District Wide Improvement.Co-Principal Investigator, Vista Unified School District, 2013-2017+
Discover, Design, and Deliver: Studying the Course Design for 21st Century Learning (多元教學模式研究計畫)Principal Investigator, Saylin Wen Cultural and Educational Foundation, 2016-2017
Developing and Evolving: Networks of Preservice TeachersCo-Investigator, University of California, San Diego, 2010-2017+
Policy to Practice: Investigating Teacher Led Change, Teacher Leadership and CollaborationProject Consultant & Co-Principal Investigator, University of California, San Diego & George Mason University, 2013-2017
Developing New Service Talent ProjectResearch Team, Saylin Wen Cultural and Educational Foundation, 2015-2017
Investigating the Complexity of Networks Research Team, Rubicon, NOW, 2009-2013
RECENT PUBLICATIONS (2014-2016)
- Liou, Y.-H. (2016). Tied to the Common Core: Exploring the characteristics of reform advice relationships of educational leaders. Educational Administration Quarterly. 1-48. DOI: 10.1177/0013161X16664116 [SSCI]
- Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Canrinus, E. T., Forbes, C. A., Moolenaar, N. M., Cornelissen, F., Van Lare, M., & Hsiao, J. (accepted in May 2016). Mapping the social side of pre-service teachers: Connecting closeness, trust, and efficacy with performance. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. DOI: 10.1080/13540602.2016.1218329 [SSCI]
- Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Brown, C. (accepted in 2016). Social red bull: Exploring energy relationships in a school district leadership team. Harvard Educational Review. [SSCI]
- Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2016). Diffusion of innovation: A social network and organizational learning approach to governance of a districtwide leadership team. Pedagogía Social. Revista Interuniversitaria, 28, 41-55. DOI:10.7179/PSRI_2016.28.04.
- Brown, C., Daly, A. J., & Liou, Y.-H. (2016). The importance of trust to school improvement: Findings from a social network analysis of 43 primary schools in England. Journal of Professional Capital & Community, 1(1), 69-91. [the inaugural issue, invited by Professor Andy Hargreaves, Editor-in-Chief]
- Cornelissen, F., Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., Bergen, T., & Canrinus, E. T. (2016). Teacher education’s challenge of changing research relationships with schools. AERA Open, 1(4), 1-24. DOI: 10.1177/2332858415617753
- Daly, A. J., Finnigan, K. S., & Liou, Y.-H. (2016). How leadership churn undermines learning and improvement in low-performing school districts. In Daly, A. J., & Finnigan, K. S. (Eds.), Thinking and acting systemically: Improving school districts under pressure (pp. 183-208). Washington DC, US: American Educational Research Association [AERA].
- Liou, Y.-H. (2015). School crisis management: A model of dynamic responsiveness to crisis life cycle. Educational Administration Quarterly, 51(2), 247-289. [SSCI]
- Liou, Y.-H., Moolenaar, N. M., & Daly, A. J. (2015). Developing and assessing teacher beliefs about the Common Core. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, Published on August 18. ISSN: 1874-8597 (Print), 1874-8600 (Online). [SSCI]
- Liou, Y.-H., Daly, A. J., Brown, C., & Del Fresno, M. (2015). Foregrounding the role of relationships in reform: A social network perspective on leadership and change. International Journal of Educational Management, 29(7), 819-837. [Special Issue: Special Issue: Research methods in educational leadership] [ESCI] [ERIC—EJ]
- Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. (2015). Leveraging the relationship: Knowledge processes in school-university research networks of master’s programmes. Research Papers in Education, 30(3), 366-392. [SSCI]
- Daly, A. J., Moolenaar, N. M., & Liou, Y.-H., Tuytens, M., & Del Fresno, M. (2015). Why so difficult? Exploring negative relationships between educational leaders: The role of trust, climate, and efficacy. American Journal of Education, 122(1), 1-38. [SSCI]
- Liou, Y.-H., & Daly, A. J. (2014). Closer to learning: Social networks, trust, and professional communities. Journal of School Leadership, 24(4), 753-795.
- Liou, Y.-H., Grigg, J., & Halverson, R. (2014). Leadership and the design of data-driven professional networks in schools. International Journal of Educational Leadership and Management, 2(1), 29-71.
- Cornelissen, F., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., van Swet, J., Beijaard, D., & Bergen, T. C. M. (2014). More than a master: Developing, sharing and using knowledge in school-university research networks. Cambridge Journal of Education, 44(1), 35-57. [SSCI]
- Daly, A. J., Der-Martirosian, C., Moolenaar, N., & Liou, Y.-H. (2014). Accessing capital resources: Investigating the effects of teacher human and social capital on student achievement. Teachers College Record, 116(7), 1-42. ISSN 0161-4681. [SSCI]
- Moolenaar, N. M., Daly, A. J., Cornelissen, F., Liou, Y.-H., Caillier, S., Riordan, R., Wilson, K., Cohen, N. A. (2014). Linked to innovation: Shaping an innovative climate through network intentionality and educators’ social network position. Journal of Educational Change, 15(2), 99-123.
- Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Tran, N., Cornelissen, F., & Park, V. (2014). The rise of neurotics: Social networks, leadership, and efficacy in district reform. Educational Administration Quarterly, 50(2), 233-278. [SSCI] [Published in 2013 with DOI: 10.1177/0013161X13492795]
- Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Moolenaar, N. (2014). The principal connection: Trust and innovation in a network of reform. In D. V. Maele, M. V. Houtte & P. B. Forsyth (Eds.), Trust relationships and school life: The role of trust for learning, teaching, leading, and bridging (pp. 285-312). New York, NY: Springer.
- Daly, A. J., Del Fresno Garcia, M., & Liou, Y.-H. (2014). Understanding the social side of educational improvement. In Fresno, M., Marqués, P., & Paunero, D. S., Connected by social networks: Introduction to social network analysis and case (pp. 293-309). Barcelona, Spain: Oberta UOC Publishing.
 The first two authors contributed equally to the work.
 The three authors contributed equally to the work. Authors in alphabetically order by last name.
 The first two authors contributed equally to the work.
 The first three authors contributed equally to the work.