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Perceptions of penetration and spread of principals' influence, teachers' colleague group, task motivation, effectiveness of their educational activity and role expectation of school teachers
The purpose of this study was to identify the perceptual influence structure of school teachers in school organizations and to investigate the relationship perceptions of penetration and spread of principals' influence with teachers' evaluation of their colleague group, task motivation, effectiveness of their educational activity and role expectation. The sample consisted of 53 school teachers. Main findings are as follows. First, teachers classified the principal centered influence style made their evaluation for their colleague group and effectiveness of their educational activity negatively. Second, teachers' perception on penetration of principals' influence correlated positively with their evaluation of their colleague group, effectiveness of their educational activity and role expectation. The high magnitude of correlations obtained was interpreted as supporting the importance of interaction among members in schools.
principals' influence style
Bulletin of Faculty of Education, Okayama University
Faculty of Education, Okayama University
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