Invited Articles

Collay, M. (2013). Teaching is leading. Educational Leadership, 71(2), 72-76.

Collay, M. & Winkelman, P. (Summer 2012). Focusing scholar-practitioner research on social justice. Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, 6(3), 243-263.

Refereed Articles

Collay, M. (2014). Developing leadership identity through critical reflection: Voice, knowledge and advocacy. Reflective Practice, online:

Collay, M., Winkelman, P, & Fenno-Smith, K. (May, 2013). Educational leaders for social justice enact critical social pedagogy. National Council for Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA). Educational Leadership Review, 14(2), 72-79. ISSN: 1532-0723.

Winkelman, P. & Collay, M., Winkelman, P., Garcia, R. & Guilkey-Amado, J. (2010). Transformational leadership pedagogy: Implementing equity plans in urban schools. Educational Leadership and Administration.

Collay, M. (2010). Retracing the roots of teacher activism in urban schools.
Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 5(November), 221-223.

Collay, M. & Cooper, J. (2008). The role of self-authorship in developing women leaders. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 3(2), (December), 1-21.

Collay, M. (2008). Transformative learning curriculum for the development of teacher leaders: The role of critical reflection in creating a leadership identity. Conference proceedings from the Special Interest Group: Research on Women and Education, November, Washington, D.C.

Collay, M. (2006). Discerning professional identity and becoming bold, socially responsible teacher leaders. Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 18(Fall) 131-146.

Collay, M. (2005). Every teacher a leader: A feminist perspective on what it means to lead. Published in the Special Interest Group Research on Women in Education Conference proceedings, Fall, 2005.

Collay, M., Gehrig, S., Lesniak, V. & Mayer, C. (2002). Reimagining our academic journeys through spiritual metaphor.
Advancing Women in Leadership, 10(1).

Cooper, J., Benham, M. Collay. M., Martinez-Aleman, A. & Scherr, M. (1999). A Famine of stories: Finding a home in the academy.
Initiatives, 59(1), 1-18.

Collay, M. (1999). Mediating morality: A new teacher ministers to her students.
Religion and Education, 26(1), 49-57.

Collay, M. (1998). Recherche: Teaching our life histories.
Teaching and Teacher Education, 14(3), 245-255.

Collay, M. (1993). In loco parentis.
Teaching & Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry, 8(1), 15-22. Grand Forks, ND.

Harris, M. & Collay, M. (1990). Teacher induction in rural schools. Journal of Staff Development, 11(4), 44-48.

Dunlap, D., Carroll, B., Collay, M., & Wilkes, P. (1989). Three studies of supervision and implications for teacher education.
The South Pacific Journal of Teacher Education,
17(1) 39-45.

Other articles

Collay, M. (2009, August 03). [Review of the book Advocacy leadership: Toward an authentic post-reform agenda in education, by Gary. L. Anderson]. Teachers College Record,, ID Number: 15733.

Collay, M. (2008). APSA Newsletter. Principal’s Institute of the Philippines.

Collay, M. (2006). Respecting teacher professional identity as a foundational reform strategy.
New Horizons for Learning, Summer.

Collay, M. (Spring, 2004). SFC – A teacher-led school. In
Schools by Design, 1(10) p. 12-13.

Collay, M. (August, 2003). ALAS Effort to promote literacy. In
Schools by Design, 1(1).

Collay, M. (2002).
Horace. Book Review

Collay, M. Composing a life and achieving tenure: Women and minorities advise their peers. In
Higher Education Abstracts

Collay, M. (1997). Teachers at risk.
Learners at Risk monograph, Hamline University, St. Paul, MN.

Collay, M. & Leo-Nyquist, D. (1992). A community of learning.
Kappa Delta Pi Record, 428(4), 104-109.

Collay, M. & Leo-Nyquist, D. (1991). The role of the university-based facilitator. In the Holmes Group publication
Forum. Spring.

Slack, P. & Collay, M. (1990). Principal Mentorship Follow-Through. Literature Review for Washington Principals' Association, March.

Collay, M. (1990). Lessons from the boilerroom: Staff development in rural schools.
Country Teacher, January.