Suzanne McAllister

College of Education
International and Comparative Education

Dissertation title
The Effects of Collective Efficacy and Teacher Collaboration on Student Achievement: A cross-national analysis using TIMSS 2015

Dissertation advisor: Wiseman, Alex

Note to Lisa Damaschke-Deitrick :
"Dear Alex and Lisa,

Thank you both so much for everything you have done in helping me and supporting me. I truly feel honored to have worked with both of you!"

Note from Lisa Damaschke-Deitrick :
(Prof. Wiseman) Suzanne: You are an amazing scholar, teacher, advocate, analyst, and now colleague. Your dissertation work uniquely contributes to the field's broader understanding of teacher efficacy worldwide, but more importantly your humor, wit, aplomb, and graciousness give you the tools to use both qualitative and quantitative data to inform educational decision-making...and simultaneously build meaningful relationships that create sustainable change around those decisions. Those are powerful, dual tools, and I'm so excited for you to continue moving forward on your path. Congratulations!

(Prof. Damaschke-Deitrick) Dear Suzanne, Best wishes on your great achievement! Your motivation, perseverance and commitment were outstanding during your PhD-time. It was a pleasure getting to know you and working with you in the last years! Congratulations! I wish you all the best for all your future endeavors! Best, Lisa

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