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BRIEF EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
Doctor of Education (Leaders and Leadership in Education), University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. 09/2009-07/2014
Thesis: Effectiveness of School Leadership and Management Development in Cameroon
Induction qualifications for the profession of school teacher in England. The General Teaching Council for England. 09/2005-12/2006
Qualified Teacher Status [QTS] (Design Technology: Resistant Material, Graphic, Electronic, Product Design, Construction, Engineering), School of Education, Greenwich University. 12/2005.
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), (Design Technology: Resistant Material, Graphic, Electronic, Product Design, Construction, Engineering), School of Education, Greenwich University. 09/2004-07/2005
Bachelor of Science (BSc), Business Administration, City University Frankfurt, Germany. 3/1995-03/1999
RESEARCH INTEREST AREAS
I have been involved in research since 2006. During that time, I have focused on seven inter-related areas:
• System reform and system leadership; community leadership,; School and organisational leadership; school leaders leadership;
• Research into the job description of head teachers and aspiring leaders;
• Research into the extent to which school leaders experience the full range of leadership development opportunities (i.e. what the proportions of current leadership development opportunities are);
• Research which seeks to observe current leadership development practices;
• Social Justice in Education
• How a Cameroonian leadership development process is implemented and what its content might be;
• Global Implications of effective management and leadership training programmes.
My work and particularly my publications (see Publication Section) have received international recognition (see below).
MASTER DESSERTATIONS SUPERVISED
Within my role as a lecturer with the University of Birmingham and senior research officer with CAASS UK, I have supervised students at all levels:
• 6 MA Educational Leadership students
PHD THESIS SUPERVISED
I have supervised
• 2 PhD student
• 1 EdD Student
The Impact of Leadership Network Structure on Pan African System Innovation? Forthcoming
What Blended-Learning Methods have increases the critical thinking skills of school leaders in Africa? Forthcoming
How does the organizational culture affect the leadership in an African organization? Forthcoming
Ebot-Ashu, F.; Fonkeng Epah, G. and Ekoka Molindo, A. (2016) Three Contrasting Research Methods: Close-Ended Leadership and Management Development Questionnaire, Field Document Analysis and Standardized Open-Ended Interview for Collecting Data. Forthcoming.
Ebot-Ashu, F. & Bisschoff, T. (2015) Leadership and Management Development Programmes in Cameroon for primary school leaders. International Journal of Education and Social Science, 2(12), 82-105. http://www.ijessnet.com/vol-2-no-12-december-2015/
Ebot Ashu, F. (2014) Importance of Management and Leadership Development Programmes: Insights from Cameroon. Educational Leadership and Management Studies, 33 (1), 5-21.
Ebot Ashu, F. (2013) Global Implications of Effective Management and Leadership Training Programmes. Curiosity-Driven or Improving Policy and Practice. Whats the Point of University Research in an Age of Austerity. Papers from the Educational Doctoral Research conference. Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
Ebot Ashu, F. (2011) Effectiveness of School Leadership and Management Development in Cameroon. Papers from the School of Education Research Conference.. Birmingham: University of Birmingham.
• Ashu-Ebot, F. (2015) Magical Uses of Psalms in the Holy Bible. OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG, Saarbrucken, Deutschland/Germany: BLESSED HOPE PUBLISHING. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Magical-Uses-Psalms-Holy-Bible/dp/3639509609/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1456670790&sr=1-1
• Ebot Ashu, F. (2015) Psalms of Doctor Ebot Ashu. Book of Universal Prayer. OmniScriptum GmbH & Co. KG, Saarbrucken, Deutschland/Germany: BLESSED HOPE PUBLISHING. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Psalms-Doctor-Ebot-Ashu-Frederick/dp/3639500598/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1456670790&sr=1-2http://www.amazon.com/Psalms-Doctor-Ebot-Ashu-Frederick/dp/3639500598
• Ebot Ashu, F. (2014) Effectiveness of School Leadership and Management Development in Cameroon: A Guide for Educational Systems, Schools and School Leaders. Newcatle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Effectiveness-Leadership-Management-Development-Cameroon/dp/1443855820
• Ebot Ashu, F. (2012) NewAfrican Leaders Contributions of Africans in Birmingham from 1950. Traditional Stories of Africans in Birmingham, United Kingdom (Liberty Drive Bloomington, USA: AuthorHouse). http://www.amazon.com/African-Leaders-Contributions-Africans-Birmingham/dp/1477213902
Frederick Ebot Ashu is a Senior Lecturer of Educational Foundation and Administration. Prior to this he was a lecturer of Philosophy of Social Science and Ethics in Research and Research Methods in Education at the University of Birmingham and a Senior Research Officer for 12 years at Community Advice an Support Services (CAASS UK) where he research and taught courses on: System reform and system leadership; community leadership; School and organisational leadership; school leaders leadership. He has pioneered projects across the United Kingdom and Cameroon in these domains. He has published over 4 peer-reviewed papers and four authored books and has held fellowship with the Associaton of Commonwealth Universities.
His most recent academic research is about the Effectiveness of School Leadership and management Development in Cameroon. This interest was further researched and explored and reported on in an academic textbook published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. He presented his work at more than 10 international conferences. He is the founder and Vice President of the Cameroon Council for Educational Leadership and Management Society (CCELMS). He is the founding editor of the International Journal like the Educational Leadership and Management Studies (ELMS) funded by the Association of the Commonwealth Universities. He has reviewing research applications in Educational Leadership and Management Studies (ELMS) and International Studies in Educational Administration (ISEA) and International Journal of Leadership in Education (IJLE).