Publications

Keith’s Masters Thesis and Doctoral Dissertation 

  1. Walker (1988). A descriptive profile of a religious education organization. Unpublished M.Ed. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 690 pp.
  2. Walker (1992). Ethical choices:  The nature of ethical decision-making in educational leadership. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 411 pp.

Books:

  1. Burgess, K. Walker, J. Chomos, & K. Donlevy (2014). A Guide to Saskatchewan School Law (3rd Edition). Saskatoon:  Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit.
  2. Walker & K. Sanga (2013). Daily Prayer for South Pacific Leaders. Wellington, NZ:  Castle Publishing.
  3. Walker (2014). Daily prayer platforms: Volume one (2nd Edition). Saskatoon: Turning Point Global Publishers.
  4. Burgess, J. Rigby, & K. Walker (May 2013). Guide to Kerr & King’s Rules of Order for University Practice: University of Saskatchewan Edition. Saskatoon: Turning Point Global Publisher. ISBN: 978-1-304-19258-5
  5. Kutsyuruba, D. Burgess, K. Walker, & K. Donlevy (2013). A guide to Ontario school law. Kingston: Turning Point Global Publisher. ISBN 978-1-304-29196-7
  6. Walker (2013). Daily prayer platform: Volume two. Saskatoon: Turning Point Global Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-300-25797-4
  7. Walker (2013)(Ed.). Executive leadership: Selected essays on leadership, ethics and trust in the public service (Volume One). Saskatoon: Turning Point Global Publishers. Pp. 255 ISBN: 978-1-1-300-80112-2
  8. Walker (2012)(Ed.). The beginning journey to wise policy leadership (Volume One). Saskatoon: Turning Point Global Publishers. Pp. 226. ISBN: 978-1-300-25617-5
  9. Nsiah, & K. Walker, K. (2013). The servant leadership role of Catholic high school principals. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Pp. 168 ISBN: 978-94-6209-056-9
  10. Walker (2012). Daily prayer platforms: Volume one. Saskatoon: Turning Point Global Publishers. Pp. 292 ISBN: 978-1-300-05800-7
  11. Donlevy, & K. Walker (2011). Working through ethics in education and leadership: Theory, plays, poems, prose, speeches, cases, and analysis. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  12. Ralph, & K. Walker (Eds.)(2011). Adapting mentorship across the professions: Fresh insights and perspectives. Calgary:  Detselig Enterprises Ltd. Pp. 459 ISBN: 978-1-55059-410-2
  13. Ralph, K. Walker, & R. Wimmer (Eds.)(2010). The practicum in professional education: Canadian perspectives. Calgary:  Detselig Enterprises Ltd. pp. 190 ISBN:
  14. Walker, & K. Donlevy (2010). Dancing on the narrow ridge: Superintendents’ ethical decision making. Calgary: Turning Point Global Publisher. ISBN: ISBN 978-0-9866609-0-0 (pp. 117)
  15. Walker, J. Chomos, & D. Burgess (2008). A Guide to Saskatchewan School Law (2nd Edition).
  16. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit. ISBN: 978-0-9811730-0-9
  17. Donlevy, J. Chomos, & K. Walker (2008). A Guide to Alberta School Law. Turning Point Global: Calgary: ISBN: 978-0-7795009-4-9.
  18. Veeman, A. Ward, & K. Walker (2006). Valuing literacy: Rhetoric or Reality? Calgary: Temeron Books Inc. ISBN 1-55059-324-2
  19. Walker. (2006). Fostering hope: A Leader’s First and Last Task. Monograph 37: ACEL Monograph Series (Edited by D. Gurr). Wimmalee, NSW: Australian Council for Educational Leaders Inc., Peer Reviewed. ISSN 0 813 5335
  20. Sanga, & K. Walker (2005). Apem moa Solomon Islands leadership. Wellington: He Parekereke, Institute for Research and Development in Maori and Pacific Education, University of Victoria
  21. Walker, & J. Chomos (Eds.) (2004). A Guide to Saskatchewan School Law. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit.

Chapters in Edited Books

  1. Clarke & K. Walker (2013). Best Interests of the Child: Exploring Social Science and Jurisprudential Perspectives. In Chandni Basu & Vicky Anderson-Patton (Eds.). Children and Childhood: Practices and Perspectives. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN: 978-1-84888-179-2.
  2. Walker (2013). The varying meanings of “Best Interests.” In William C. Frick (Ed.). Educational Management Turning on Its Head: Exploring a Professional Ethic for Educational Leadership: A Critical Reader (pp. 35-55), New York: Peter Lang.
  3. Walker & L. Sackney (2011). Sustainable learning in knowledge communities. In J. Westover (Ed.). Organizational Culture, Learning, and Knowledge Management (pp. 391-407). Champaign, Illinois: Common Grounds Publisher (ISBN: 978-1-86335-945-0).
  4. Preston, & K. Walker (2011). Mentorship across professions. In E. Ralph & K. Walker (Eds.). Adapting mentorship across the professions: Fresh insights and perspectives (pp. 21-33), Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.
  5. Sanga, & K. Walker (2011). Mentoring by questions. In E. Ralph & K. Walker (Eds.). Adapting mentorship across the professions: Fresh insights and perspectives (pp. 269-290), Calgary: Detselig Enterprises
  6. Walker (2011). Serviette Mentoring. In E. Ralph & K. Walker (Eds.). Adapting mentorship across the professions: Fresh insights and perspectives (pp. 252-267), Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.
  7. Walker, & M. Atkinson (2010). Warranted hope. In R. Couto (Ed.).  Political and Civic Leadership: A Reference Handbook. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.  ISBN: 1412962633
  8. Walker (2010). Developing practical wisdom during the professional practicum. In E. Ralph, K. Walker, & R. Wimmer (Eds.)(2010). The Practicum in Professional Education: Canadian Perspectives (pp. 169-190). Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.
  9. Walker (2007). The Ebb, Flow and Ecology of Teams. D. McIntire (Ed.). Teamwork: Making the Dream Work. Indianapolis, Indiana:  Precedent Press.  pp. 45-70.
  10. Walker (2006). Standing upright in the wind: Servant leaders choices. In G.P. Barnes (Ed.). Servant First: Readings and Reflections on the Practice of Servant Leadership (pp. 61-71). Indianapolis, Indiana: Precedent Press.
  11. Walker & L. Sackney (2007). Anti-egoistic school leadership: Ecologically-based value perspectives for the 21st century.  In D.N. Aspin & J.D. Chapman (Eds.) Values Education and Lifelong Learning (pp. 255-278), New York:  Springer Press.
  12. Walker & D. Shakotko (1999). The Canadian superintendency: Value-based challenges and pressures. P. Begley (Ed.) Values and Educational Leadership (pp. 289-313), New York: State University of New York Press.
  13. Shakotko & K. Walker (1999). Poietic leadership. P. Begley & P. Leonard (Eds.). The Values of Educational Administration (pp. 201-222), London: The Falmers Press.
  14. Hajnal & K. Walker (1998). Eking out the last dollars: Nontraditional funding for education.  In Jack Lam (Ed.) Educational Finance in Canada: Current Issues and Challenges (pp. 105-112), Calgary: Detselig.
  15. Walker & B. Kay (1998), Chaperonic Reflections of the Relations between Education and Business Sectors. In Jack Lam (Ed.), Educational Finance in Canada: Current Issues and Challenges (pp. 113-128), Calgary: Detselig.
  16. Walker & V. Walker (1997). Dual relationships: Implications for developing professionals. In S. Natale and M. Fenton (Eds.). The Developing Professional: Maintaining Values in “Practical Training: Volume II, (pp. 233-266) New York: University Press of America.
  17. Walker & C. Gerrard (1995). Balancing interests and sustaining the public trust: The case of independent schools and home-based education in Saskatchewan. In W. Foster (Ed.) Rights, Responsibilities & Reasonableness: Striking the Balance in Education (pp. 494-520), Toronto: Carswell.
  18. Walker (1995). Influences on the value mediating work of educational leaders. In Natale, S. (Vol. Ed.), Values, Work, and Education: Values Inquiry Series (pp. 213-237), Media, PA: Rodopi Press.
  19. Walker (1993). Ethical choices: The nature of ethical decision-making in educational leadership. In Strother, D. (Ed.), 1993 Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Awards (pp. 1-8), Bloomington: Phi Delta Kappa, (Refereed).
  20. Walker (1991). Whose notion of morality do we utilize in our educational policy-making ? In R.R. O’Reilly & C.J. Lautar (Eds.), Policy Research and Development in Canadian Education (pp. 73-99), Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Limited, (Refereed).

Papers Published in Refereed Journals

  1. Cherkowski, K. Walker, & B. Kutsyurba. (2015). Principals’ moral agency and ethical decision making: Toward a transformational ethics. International Journal of Education Policy & Leadership (IJEPL), 10(3), 1-­17.
  2. Saxena, K. Walker, & G. Kraines. (February 2015). Towards reconciliation of several dualities in physician leadership. Healthcare Policy. 10(3), 23-­31.
  3. Kutsyuruba, K. Walker, & B. Noonan. (in press). Don’t leave home without it! The trust imperative in the principalship. Leadership and Policy in Schools.
  4. Kutsyuruba, & K. Walker (2015). The role of trust in developing teacher leaders through early-career induction and mentoring programs. Antistasis: An Open Educational Journal (Special Issue on Educational Leadership: Complexities and Practicalities), 5(1), 32-­36.
  5. Ralph, & K. Walker. (2014). Is Adaptive Mentorship a Viable Mentoring Model? International Journal for Cross-­‐Disciplinary Subjects in Education (IJCDSE), Special Issue, 4 (3)
  6. Kutsyuruba, Walker, K., & Cherkowski, S. (2014). The grounds and strategies for ethical decision making in Canadian principalship. Management Education: An International Journal, 13(2), 1-11.
  7. Kutsyuruba, & K. Walker (2014). The lifecycle of trust in educational leadership: An ecological perspective. International Journal of Leadership in Education. DOI:10.1080/13603124.2014.915061
  8. Ralph, & Walker, K. (2014). Research synthesis for Adaptive Mentorship. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 7(3), 221-226. Available at http://www.cluteinstitute.com/ojs/index.php/CIER/article/view/8642/8639
  9. Ralph, & Walker, K. (2013, Fall). Enhancing instructional supervision via Adaptive Mentorship. Canadian Association of Principals (CAP) Journal, 10-12. Available at http://marketzone.ca/ebooks/CAP/T0313/
  10. Ruru, K. Sanga, K. Walker, & E. Ralph (2013, July). Adapting mentorship across the professions: A Fijian view. International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring,11(2). 70-93. Available at http://ijebcm.brookes.ac.uk/documents/vol11issue2-paper-06.pdf
  11. Cherkowski, & K. Walker (In Press). Schools as sites of human flourishing: Musing on an inquiry into efforts to foster sustainable learning communities. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations.
  12. Chrosniak, E. Ralph, & K. Walker (2013, February 19). What Role Can Questioning Play in Mentorship? The Mentor: An Academic Advising Journal. Penn State University, Division of Undergraduate Studies. Available online from http://dus.psu.edu/mentor/2013/02/role-questioning- play-mentorship/
  13. Spurr, L. Berry, K. Walker (2013). The meaning adolescents attach to spirituality. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing. 18(3), 221-232.
  14. Ralph, & K. Walker (2014). The promise of Adaptive Mentorship: What is the evidence? International Journal of Higher Education, 2 (2), 76-85. Available from http://www.sciedu.ca/journal/index.php/ijhe/article/view/2709/1566
  15. Gerard, J. Lapointe, E. Ralph, & K. Walker (2013). Aboriginal post-interns’ views of their rural teaching- practicum. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 6 (3), 1-8. Available from http://journals.cluteonline.com/index.php/CIER/article/view/7902/7960
  16. Kutsyuruba, & K. Walker (2013). Ethical challenges in school administration: Perspectives of Canadian principals. Organizational Cultures: An International Journal, 12.
  17. Spurr, L. Berry, & K. Walker (2013). Exploring adolescent views of body image: The influence of media. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 36(1-2): 1-20.
  18. Ralph, & K. Walker (2013). The efficacy of the Adaptive Mentorship model. Open Journal of Leadership, 2 (2), 1-6. Available online from http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=32622
  19. Johansson-Fua, D. Ruru, K. Sanga, K. Walker, & E. Ralph (2012). Creating mentorship metaphors: Pacific Island perspectives. Learning Landscapes, 6 (1), 243-261. Available from http://repository.usp.ac.fj/5579/1/Creating_Mentorship_Metaphors_Pacific_Island_Perspectives.pdf
  20. Ralph, & K. Walker (2012). Internships in rural schools. Journal of Co-operative Education and Internships, 46, 44-57. Available from http://www.ceiainc.org/assets/wysiwyg/Journal/JCEIA_Vol46%202012.pdf
  21. Spurr, J.M. Bally, M. Ogenchuk, K. Walker (2012). A framework for exploring adolescent wellness. Pediatric Nursing, 38(6), 320-326.
  22. Ralph, & K. Walker (2012). Enhancing rural internships: Considering the post-Intern voice. Northwest Passage: Journal of Educational Practices, 10(1), 36-44.
  23. Sanga, & K. Walker (2012). The Malaitan mind and teamship. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management.
  24. Johansson-Fua, K. Sanga, K. Walker, & E. Ralph (2011). Mentorship in the professions: A perspective from Tonga. The International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching, 9(2), 19-37.
  25. Ralph, & K. Walker (2011). Helping novices develop in the humanities via Adaptive Mentorship. The International Journal of the Humanities, 9(2), 121-132.
  26. Walker, B. Kutsyuruba, & N. Bishop-Yong, N. (2011). The principle of Best Interests of Students in the principalship. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 22(2), 27-60.
  27. Ralph, & K. Walker (2011). Enhancing mentoring in management via the adaptive mentorship model. The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 10(8), 35-43.
  28. Kutsyuruba, K. Walker, & B. Noonan (2011). Restoring broken trust in the work of school principals. International Studies in Educational Administration, 39(2), 81-95.
  29. Walker, B. Noonan, & B. Kutsyuruba (2011). The fragility of trust in the world of school principals. Journal of Educational Administration, 49(5), 471-494.
  30. Kutsyuruba, K. Walker, & B. Noonan (2010). The ecology of trust in the principalship. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 21(1), 23-47.
  31. Clarke, H. Heavin, & K. Walker, K. (2010). Racist parenting and the best Interests of the child: A legal and ethical analysis. The Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy.
  32. Ralph, K. Walker, & R. Wimmer (2010a). The field-experiences component of education for the professions: Canadian findings. In N. Simmons (Ed.), Opportunities and new directions (pp. 50-59). Waterloo, ON: University of Waterloo, Centre for Teaching Excellence.
  33. Ralph, & K. Walker (2010b). Mentoring by design: Applying the Adaptive Mentorship model. Design Principles & Practices: An International Journal, 4(1), 465-476.
  34. Ralph, & K. Walker (2010c). Rising with the tide: Applying “Adaptive Mentorship” © in the professional practicum. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT), Vol. 3. Hamilton, ON: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE).
  35. Ralph, & K. Walker, K. (2010). Enhancing mentors’ effectiveness: A promising model. McGill Journal of Education. 45(2), 205-218.
  36. Green, & K. Walker (2009, October). A contingency model for ethical decision-making by educational leaders. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 4(4), 1-10. http://ijelp.expressacademic.org.
  37. Walker, & K. Donlevy (2008, July). Beyond relativism to ethical decision making. The Journal of School Leadership. 18(4) Selected for Special Edition – re-published
  38. Ralph, K. Walker & R. Wimmer (2009). Practicum and clinical experiences: Post-practicum students’ views. Journal of Nursing Education, 48(8), 434-440.
  39. Ralph, K. Walker & R. Wimmer (2009). The practicum across the professions: Views of post-practicum students. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education, 13(2), 43-52.
  40. Ralph, K. Walker & R. Wimmer (2009). Deficiencies in the practicum phase of field-based education: Students’ views. Northwest Passage: Journal of Educational Practices, 7(1), 74-86. Available from: http://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/programs/edu/NWPassage/spring2009.html
  41. Ralph, K. Walker, & R. Wimmer (2009). Practicum-education experiences:Post-interns’ views. International Journal of Engineering education, 25(1), 122-130. Available from: http://www.ijee.dit.ie/contents/c250109.html
  42. Bosetti, & K. Walker (2009). Perspectives of UK Vice-Chancellors on leading universities in a knowledge-based economy.Higher Education Quarterly. (18pp)
  43. Noonan, K. Walker, & B. Kutsyuruba (2008). Trust in the Contemporary Principalship Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 85, November 2, 2008. http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/cjeap/articles/noonan_et_al.html
  44. Ralph, K. Walker & R. Wimmer (2008a). Clinical and practicum education in the professions: The student voice. In A. Wright, S. Murray, & M. Wilson (Eds.), Collection of Essays on Learning and Teaching, Vol. 1 (CELT, pp. 55-60). Hamilton, ON: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
  45. Ralph, K. Walker & R. Wimmer (2008b). The clinical/practicum experience in professional preparation: Preliminary findings. McGill Journal of Education, 43(2), 157-172. Available from: http://mje.mcgill.ca/article/view/682/2242
  46. Ralph, K. Walker & Wimmer, R. (2008c). The pre-service practicum: Perspectives of students from three disciplines. Higher Education Perspectives, 4(1) [21 pp.]. Available from Higher Education Perspectives Web site, http://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/hep
  47. Ralph, K. Walker & R. Wimmer (2007a). Positive and negative aspects of the practicum: Post-interns’ views. Journal of Cooperative Education and Internships, 41, 129-142.
  48. Anderson, K. Walker, E. Ralph & J. Anderson (2009). Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of success in relation to self-efficacy. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. 55(2), 157-170.
  49. Walker & K. Donlevy (2009). The four ethical commitments in educational administration. Journal of Educational Thought.[28 pp]
  50. Ralph, K. Walker & R. Wimmer (2007b). The practicum in professional education: Pre-service students’ experiences. Transformative Dialogues, 1 (2), 17 pages. Available from www.kwantlen.ca/academicgrowth/TD/
  51. Sackney, & K. Walker (2007). Sustainable innovation in exemplary schools. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 1, 1-10.
  52. Walker (2007). Mannequin experiences: Servanthood or servitude? Leadership in Focus. 6, (Winter), 26-28.
  53. Walker (2006). Fostering hope: A leader’s first and last task. Journal of Educational Administration, 44(6), 540-569.
  54. Walker & K. Donlevy (2006, May). Reconsidering Ethical Relativism. The Journal of School Leadership. 16(3), 216-239.
  55. Sackney & K. Walker (2006). Canadian perspectives on beginning principals: Their role in building capacity for learning communities. Journal of Educational Administration 44(4), 341- 358.
  56. Walker, & S. Carr-Stewart (2006). Beginning principals: experiences and images of success. International Studies in Educational Administration (Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration & Management (CCEAM)). 34(3): pp. 17-36.
  57. Sackney, K. Walker, & C. Mitchell (2005). Building capacity for learning communities:  Schools that work. REICE, 3(1), 9-16. http://www.ice.deusto.es/rinace/reice/vol3n1_e/Sackneyetal.pdf
  58. Walker, Anderson, K., Sackney, L., & Woolf, J. (2003). Unexpected learning by neophyte principals: Factors related to success of first year principals in schools. Managing Global Transitions, 1(2), 195-213.
  59. Walker, & S. Carr-Stewart, S.(2004). Learning leadership through Appreciative Inquiry. International Studies in Educational Administration, Journal of Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management, 32 (1), 72-86.
  60. Ward, Veeman, N., & Walker, K. (with Kynoch, B.). (2004). Hope and opportunity: A case study of adult learners in a small Canadian town. Research and Practice in Adult Literacy.
  61. Carr-Stewart & K. Walker (2003). Research to Build on the Images of Leadership Success: An Appreciative Inquiry. Management in Education. 17
  62. Sackney, K. Walker, & V. Hajnal (1999). Principal and Teacher Perspectives on School Improvement. Journal of Educational Management, 1(1).
  63. Walker, C. Mitchell, & L. Sackney (1999). Conceptions of Power for Educational Leadership. Journal of Educational Administration & Foundations. 14 (1), 33-57.
  64. Walker (1998). Jurisprudential and Ethical Perspectives on “The Best Interests of Children.” Interchange, 29 (3).
  65. Walker (1998). Response to Professor Stephen Smith, Interchange, 29 (3).
  66. Hajnal, K. Walker & L. Sackney (1998). Leadership, organizational learning, leadership, and selected factors relating to the institutionalization of school improvement initiatives. The Alberta Journal of Education, XLIV (1), 70-89.
  67. Li, & K. Walker (1997). Autonomy and accountability in higher education: Chinese higher education reform. Canadian and International Journal of Education.  26 (2), 9-27.
  68. Kowch, & K. Walker (1996). Toulimn’s moral reasoning model applied to ethical internet choices: A means for exercising ethical technology leadership. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 25 (3), 235-254.
  69. Walker (1996). A Blushing Romance: Framework for Ethical Exposition of Relationship Between Educational and Commercial Interests. McGill Journal of Education. 31 (3), 275-296.
  70. Mitchell, K. Walker, & L. Sackney (1996). The postmodern phenomenon: Ramifications for school organizations and educational leadership. The Journal of Educational Administration, 11 (1), pp. 38-67.
  71. Walker (1996). The Canadian copyright law and common educational reprography practices. Canadian Journal of Education. 21 (1), pp. 50-64.
  72. Walker (1995). Perceptions of ethical problems among senior educational leaders. Journal of School Leadership 5 (6), pp. 532-564.
  73. Walker (1995). A principled look at the best interest of children. The Canadian School Executive 15 (5), pp. 3-8.
  74. Walker (1994). Notions of “ethical” among senior educational leaders. The Alberta Journal of Educational Research, XL(1), 21-34.
  75. Walker (1993). Striving for integrity in educational policy-making: An ethical metaphor. McGill Journal of Education, 28(1), 77-94.

Keith and Bev

Convocation time with colleague Professor Bev Brenna

Papers published in non-refereed journals

  1. Walker (2010). Keith Walker on Paul Newton. In K. Anderson (Ed.). The Leadership Compendium: Emerging Scholars of Canadian Educational Leadership (pp. 55-56). Fredericton, NB” The Atlantic Centre for Educational Administration and Leadership (ACEAL)
  2. Walker (2004). Celebrating the Challenge of the Dawn. The LEADER Fall Edition, Volume 3, pp. 5-9.
  3. Walker & S. Cherkowski (2001). New Year’s Resolutions…In April: In this issue. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 32(1) 3, 4.
  4. Renihan & K. Walker (2001). What is Educational Administration. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 32(1), 15-20.
  5. Walker & P. Leonard (1999). Wetware: In this Issue. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 31(1), 3-5.
  6. Walker, & V. Walker (1999). When Does One Cross Over Ethical Lines in Role and Relations? Limits & Liberties for Professional Educators.  The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 31(1), 45-65.
  7. Leonard & K. Walker (1999). Metaphors: In this Issue. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 31(2), 3,4.
  8. Walker (1998). Values and ethics in school leadership: Establishing a perspective. IARTV Monograph of Seminar Series.  Melbourne: IARTV.
  9. Walker (1998). Chaperonic frames for influencing educational policy making. Nexus, 30 (1), 3-14.
  10. Hajnal, L. Sackney and K. Walker (1998). Institutionalization of school improvement initiatives: Examination of government archive documents. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 30 (1), 17-43.
  11. Bubna, K. Walker and J. VanYperen (1997). Twenty questions to determine your Church’s health. Leadership, XVIII (3), 41, 42.
  12. Mirmontahai & K. Walker (1996). Administrative uses of computers in selected Saskatchewan schools. the Saskatchewan Educational Administrator.  29 (1), 7-20.
  13. Walker (1995). Making Space on Campus for the Truth and Love of God. Christian Week, November 14, 8-9.
  14. Walker (Ed.) (1995). In this issue.  The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 28 (1), 1-3.
  15. Zwarych and K. Walker (1995). The perceptions of secondary school administrators with respect to the Young Offenders Act. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 28 (1), 33-50.
  16. Walker (Ed.) (1995). In this issue.  The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator 27 (2), 1-3.
  17. Brayshaw & K. Walker, 1995. Background and descriptions of Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy legislation in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 27 (2), 12-20.
  18. Walker & D. Robertson, 1994. today’s challenges with yesterday’s service systems: Reform of interagency delivery services. The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 27(1), 44-61.
  19. Walker (Ed.) (1994, Spring). In this issue.  The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 27(1), 1-3.
  20. Walker (Ed.) (1993, Fall). In this issue.  The Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 26(2), 1-3.
  21. Walker (1993). In this issue.  The Saskatchewan Administrator, 26(1), 2-3.
  22. Walker (1992). Ethical choices: The nature of ethical decision-making in educational leadership. Canadian Association for Studies in Educational Administration Newsletter, 17-26.
  23. Walker (1989). The private school debate.  Saskatchewan Educational Administrator, 21(2), 20-22.