School Principals Role Priorities / Okul Müdürlerinin Rol Öncelikleri

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Okul müdürleri, okulda öğretimi ve öğrenci öğrenmesini geliştirmek için okul yönetim sisteminin boyutlarını kavramak zorundadırlar. Bu sürecin beş yönetim unsuru tarafından desteklendiği değerlendirilmektedir. Bunlar okulu yönetmek, okulun geleceğini şekillendirmek, liderlik ve öğretmenlerin mesleki gelişimini sağlamak, bireylere odaklanmak ve okul-çevre ilişkilerini yönetmektir. Nitel olarak yürütülen bu araştırma, okul müdürlerinin günlük yönetsel uygulamalarında belirtilen bu rollerin hangisini öncelikli olarak gerçekleştirdiklerini belirlemeyi amaçlamaktadır. Araştırmada elde edilen sonuçlar, bu örneklem grubunda yer alan müdürlerin evrak işi, telefon görüşmeleri, toplantılar ve görüşmeler gibi günlük rutin işler anlamına gelen ―okulu yönetme‖ rolünü öncelikli olarak gerçekleştirdiklerini göstermektedir. Bu kapsamda müdürlerin, diğer yönetsel rollerine ya çok az zaman ayırabildikleri ya da ayıramadıkları anlaşılmıştır.

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Okul yönetimi, müdür, müdür rolleri, rol önceliği.

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