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Introduction to Educational Sciences, Orkun Canbay, Izmir University

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  • 1. School Leadership and Collaboration 2012-2013 Fall 13th Session Instructor Orkun CanbayCanbay,O.(2012) 1
  • 2. Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things. Peter Drucker Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. John F. KennedyCanbay,O.(2012) 2
  • 3. Perspective on Schools as Workplaces Schools are human systems Schools have histories and cultures Schools exist in context Schools have features in common with other organizations (figure 14.1 The school in context) Schools have unique featuresCanbay,O.(2012) 3
  • 4. Schools have unique features• Ambiguous and conflicting goals Citizenship goals vs academic learning goals• Compulsory attendance• Political visibility• Schools are communitiesCanbay,O.(2012) 4
  • 5. Norms, Roles and the Culture of Teaching- Norms are the expectations that people have for one another in a particular social settings. Formal Norms and Informal Normsa) Autonomy Normb) The Hands-Off Norm- Roles include the norms about how teachers should behave toward the students and students toward them- Cellular Organizational Structure Each classroom can be regarded as a cell within which the teacher responsible for organizing the students, managing discipline, and teaching academic content.- Loosely Coupled Structure What goes on in the classroom is not very tightly connected to what goes on in other parts of the school.Canbay,O.(2012) 5
  • 6. Features of Effective Schools- Social Organization - Instruction and Curriculum- Clear Academic and Social Behavior Goals - High Academic Learning Time- Order and Discipline - Frequent and Monitored Homework- High Expectation - Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress- Teacher Efficacy - Coherently Organized Curriculum- Pervasive Caring - Variety of Teaching Strategies- Public Rewards and Incentives - Opportunities for Student Responsibility- Administrative Leadership- Community Support Canbay,O.(2012) 6
  • 7. Organizational Skills for Teachers - Working with Colleagues - Working with Administrators and Leadership Personnel - Working with Parents - Working for School ImprovementCanbay,O.(2012) 7
  • 8. Thank you…Canbay,O.(2012) 8