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School Culture
Extractions of definition.
 Institution
 Education
 Students
Institute
Building
Wide rooms
Playing grounds
Lab
Activity room
Staff Seating room
Administrative
block
Curriculum / syllabi/ values
Teacher
Learner/ Student/ Accepter
Effective / non effective.
Motivated / forced
What is being taught?
Who is teaching?
To whom it is taught?
How is it taught?
Is the student accepting?
Culture is the most
powerful source of
leverage for bringing
about change in a school –
or any organization, for
that matter.
Thomas J. Sergiovanni
School culture is about norms developed over time,
based on:
• Shared attitudes
• Values / Norms
• Beliefs
• Expectations
• Relationship
• The norms of a school are what impact the way things
operate.
• Traditions of a school
What is school culture?
School Climate is the communication
of its norms, beliefs, and values
through various behaviors and
interactions and their effect on
others, with the primary focus being
on students.
School Climate is
driven by and reflected in the daily
interactions of staff, administration,
students, support staff, and the
outside community.
Who affects school culture?
School culture is driven by and
reflected:
Administration
Daily interactions of staff
students
support staff
 the outside community.
School culture can be described as a
1. Mainstream (assessment driven)
2. Transformative (student driven)
depending on the norms of those
affecting school culture.
Toproduce leaders by imparting
quality education and making
them responsible & respectable
citizen.
VISION
Develop personality and insure mental growth.
 Provide healthy & positive competitive environment.
Develop confidence and initiatives.
Activity base learning.
Develop character traits.
Practice Islamic value.
Address all aspects of learning such as writing,
formation, spoken skill, creation, dealing,
managing etc.
MISSION
Student Learning
and behavior
School
Achievement
There is an impact of school culture on:
What does School Culture
impacts?
School
Reform
Why Is School Culture
Important?
What research tells us:
“Positive learning can only take place in a
positive culture. A healthy school culture
will affect more student and teacher
success than any other reform or school
improvement effort currently being
employed.”
-Gary Phillips
Goal
Committed to
achievement
Accepted
Motivation
Self Efficacy
Cultural
Bounded
Higher
Performance
+
Goal
Achievement
• Create an environment where all
children are provided
opportunities for success
utilizing gifted teaching
strategies.
• Create a school that you would
like for your own child
The Principles
Unity
of Purpose
Empowerment
coupled with
Responsibility
Building
on strengths
 All students, Must be given the equal
opportunity, want to learn.
 Administrators in our school encourage
shared decision making
 Administrators facilitate an orderly learning
community in our school
 I am continually learning and seeking high
PD
 The state standards require that I teach
higher order thinking skills as well as basic
skills.
A truly positive school culture is
not characterized simply by the
absence of gangs, violence, or
discipline problems, but also by
the presence of a set of
norms and values that focus
everyone’s attention on what is
most important and motivate
them to work hard toward a
common purpose.
ACCIDENTAL vs. INTENTIONAL
CULTURE
CULTURE
Accidental Culture
Intentional Culture
1. Activities are based on
assumptions.
1.Activities are research-based.
2. Academic goals
deteriorates to a wish list.
2.Academicgoalsarecredible.The
focus is on results.
3. Mission and goals are ignored. 3. Mission and goals are used
as a blue print for school
improvement.
4. Decisions are dictated and
developed by few.
4. Broad collaboration:
decisions are widely shared
Accidental Culture Intentional Culture
5. Articulated Beliefs 5. Beliefs are tied to actions and
behaviors.
6. Random Values 6. Values tied to vision and
Mission
7. Connections are random 7. Connections are
constantly sought
8. Diversity is acknowledge 8. Diversity is valued
ACCIDENTAL vs. INTENTIONAL
CULTURE
Negativity in a school culture or climate is
usually manifested in the attitudes and actions
of school staff through:
No or low prospect
Little or no communication among
stakeholders
Resistance to change
No ownership
Little or no sense of community
Disrespect/hostility widespread
Low morale and distrust
Examples of negativity through
dysfunctional norms
Dread coming to school
Criticize those who are innovative
Politics drive decision-making
Do just enough to get by
Judgmental/critical of others motivation
Fear reprisal
Distrust colleagues or administration
“Me First”
Operate in a vacuum
A T
oxic School Culture Is full of Haters
Dictators
Commentators
 Agitators
Spectators
1. When you move your focus from
competition to contribution, life
becomes celebration
Never try to defeat people, try to win
them
2. To improve your culture, you
must first assess your self and
your culture!

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school culture.pptx

  • 2.
  • 3. Extractions of definition.  Institution  Education  Students
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  • 5. Institute Building Wide rooms Playing grounds Lab Activity room Staff Seating room Administrative block
  • 6. Curriculum / syllabi/ values Teacher Learner/ Student/ Accepter Effective / non effective. Motivated / forced What is being taught? Who is teaching? To whom it is taught? How is it taught? Is the student accepting?
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  • 8. Culture is the most powerful source of leverage for bringing about change in a school – or any organization, for that matter. Thomas J. Sergiovanni
  • 9. School culture is about norms developed over time, based on: • Shared attitudes • Values / Norms • Beliefs • Expectations • Relationship • The norms of a school are what impact the way things operate. • Traditions of a school What is school culture?
  • 10. School Climate is the communication of its norms, beliefs, and values through various behaviors and interactions and their effect on others, with the primary focus being on students. School Climate is driven by and reflected in the daily interactions of staff, administration, students, support staff, and the outside community.
  • 11. Who affects school culture? School culture is driven by and reflected: Administration Daily interactions of staff students support staff  the outside community.
  • 12. School culture can be described as a 1. Mainstream (assessment driven) 2. Transformative (student driven) depending on the norms of those affecting school culture.
  • 13. Toproduce leaders by imparting quality education and making them responsible & respectable citizen. VISION
  • 14. Develop personality and insure mental growth.  Provide healthy & positive competitive environment. Develop confidence and initiatives. Activity base learning. Develop character traits. Practice Islamic value. Address all aspects of learning such as writing, formation, spoken skill, creation, dealing, managing etc. MISSION
  • 15. Student Learning and behavior School Achievement There is an impact of school culture on: What does School Culture impacts? School Reform
  • 16. Why Is School Culture Important? What research tells us: “Positive learning can only take place in a positive culture. A healthy school culture will affect more student and teacher success than any other reform or school improvement effort currently being employed.” -Gary Phillips
  • 18. • Create an environment where all children are provided opportunities for success utilizing gifted teaching strategies. • Create a school that you would like for your own child
  • 19. The Principles Unity of Purpose Empowerment coupled with Responsibility Building on strengths
  • 20.  All students, Must be given the equal opportunity, want to learn.  Administrators in our school encourage shared decision making  Administrators facilitate an orderly learning community in our school  I am continually learning and seeking high PD  The state standards require that I teach higher order thinking skills as well as basic skills.
  • 21. A truly positive school culture is not characterized simply by the absence of gangs, violence, or discipline problems, but also by the presence of a set of norms and values that focus everyone’s attention on what is most important and motivate them to work hard toward a common purpose.
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  • 24. ACCIDENTAL vs. INTENTIONAL CULTURE CULTURE Accidental Culture Intentional Culture 1. Activities are based on assumptions. 1.Activities are research-based. 2. Academic goals deteriorates to a wish list. 2.Academicgoalsarecredible.The focus is on results. 3. Mission and goals are ignored. 3. Mission and goals are used as a blue print for school improvement. 4. Decisions are dictated and developed by few. 4. Broad collaboration: decisions are widely shared
  • 25. Accidental Culture Intentional Culture 5. Articulated Beliefs 5. Beliefs are tied to actions and behaviors. 6. Random Values 6. Values tied to vision and Mission 7. Connections are random 7. Connections are constantly sought 8. Diversity is acknowledge 8. Diversity is valued ACCIDENTAL vs. INTENTIONAL CULTURE
  • 26. Negativity in a school culture or climate is usually manifested in the attitudes and actions of school staff through: No or low prospect Little or no communication among stakeholders Resistance to change No ownership Little or no sense of community Disrespect/hostility widespread Low morale and distrust
  • 27. Examples of negativity through dysfunctional norms Dread coming to school Criticize those who are innovative Politics drive decision-making Do just enough to get by Judgmental/critical of others motivation Fear reprisal Distrust colleagues or administration “Me First” Operate in a vacuum
  • 28. A T oxic School Culture Is full of Haters Dictators Commentators  Agitators Spectators
  • 29. 1. When you move your focus from competition to contribution, life becomes celebration Never try to defeat people, try to win them 2. To improve your culture, you must first assess your self and your culture!