Leadership Activities and Behaviours that Enable Classroom Teachers
Al-Abbas, A. A. (2010). Leadership Activities and Behaviours that Enable Classroom Teachers (Thesis, Master of Educational Leadership (MEdLeadership)). University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/4942
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Leadership has a well researched and significant influence on the quality of school organisation and student learning. Much of the research has centred on educational leadership theory and the opinions and perspectives of serving principals. In Saudi Arabia there is little research that considers the leadership needs of schools from teacher perspectives. This project investigates the most influential and important leadership behaviours and activities displayed by principals that enable and support classroom teachers. The research is undertaken from the perspective of classroom teachers to ascertain their views regarding these enabling behaviours. It explores ways in which various leadership behaviours could influence the quality of classroom teaching and learning, and support the work of classroom teachers. The report includes a literature review that contributes to building a local literature base for Saudi Arabia, focusing on quality school leadership.
University of Waikato
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