Leadership Studies
Gini  Shimabukuro

Gini Shimabukuro, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Leadership Studies, Catholic Educational Leadership

Education

Ed.D., Private School Leadership, University of San Francisco, CA

Research Areas

Research and practice in Catholic education; theories, research and issues in curriculum and instruction; philosophical foundations of education; spirituality of the educator; content analysis research methodology.

Courses Offered
  • Curriculum & Instruction Leadership in Schools
  • Spirituality of the Educator
  • Skills for Scholarly Writing
  • Dissertation Proposal Seminar
  • Proposal Development
Publications
Shimabukuro, G. & Fox, M. (2010). Building a Spiritual Community Among Faculty. Arlington, VA: National Catholic Educational Association.

Shimabukuro, G. (August/September, 2004). (Educator Development Series). Best Practices: Powerful Tools for Learning. Today's Catholic Teacher, 38, 1, pp. 41-44.

Shimabukuro, G. (2004). Contributing Author. In Thomas Hunt & Ellis Joseph (Eds.) Catholic Schools in the U.S: An encyclopedia. Oryx Press.

Shimabukuro, G. (November, 2004). 21st Century Curriculum: Faith, Values, Excellence: Improving Instruction Through Reflective Teaching. A Faculty In-Service. NCEA Notes, 38, 4-5.

Shimabukuro, G. (September, 2004). 21st Century Curriculum: Faith, Values, Excellence: Fostering Student Success Through Best Practices. A Faculty In-Service. NCEA Notes, 38, 4-5.

Shimabukuro, G. (November, 2003). 21st Century Curriculum: Faith, Values, Excellence: Developing Learning Outcomes That Stimulate Students Higher Order Thinking. A Faculty In-Service. NCEA Notes, 37, 4-5.

Shimabukuro, G. (September, 2003). 21st Century Curriculum: Faith, Values, Excellence: Using Backward Design to Move Students Forward. A Faculty In-Service. NCEA Notes, 37, 4-5.

Shimabukuro, G. (March, 2002). 21st Century Curriculum: Faith, Values, Excellence: Thirteen Principles of Best Practice. NCEA Notes, 35, 4.