OKUL İKLİMİ, ÖĞRETİMSEL LİDERLİK VE YÖNETSEL LİDERLİK DEĞİŞKENLERİNİN OKUL YÖNETİCİLİĞİNE ATAMA YAKLAŞIMLARI AÇISINDAN AYIRT EDİCİLİK DÜZEYİ

Betül BALKAR [1] , Mahmut KALMAN [2]

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The purpose of the present study was to determine whether school climate-teacher morale, instructional management and instructional supervision subdimensions of instructional leadership and accountable management and bureaucratic management subdimensions of administrative leadership correctly classify three groups into which 19 countries were categorized depending on their approaches to training of prospective school principals (pre-appointment training, post-appointment training and appointment without any training or preparation). Correlational survey model was used in this research as the researchers attempted to analyze correlations between variables and the level of correlations. Data were extracted from TALIS 2008 Principal Questionnaire (Teaching and Learning International Survey). Discriminant analysis was employed to examine correct classification levels of countries by the variables included in this study. Results indicated that school principals were correctly classified into three different groups at a rate of 51% in terms of school climate (teacher morale), instructional management, instructional supervision, accountable management and bureaucratic management. The findings of the research demonstrated that the most effective independent variables in classifying the countries into groups correctly were instructional management, school climate and instructional supervision, respectively. Based on the findings, it may be suggested that instructional leadership and school climate, specifically, must be included in the trainings organized for school principal positions

Bu araştırmanın amacı; okul iklimi-öğretmen morali, öğretimsel liderliğinin alt boyutları olan öğretimsel yönetim ve öğretimsel denetim ile yönetsel liderliğin alt boyutları olan hesapverebilir yönetim ve bürokratik yönetim değişkenlerinin okul müdürü olabilmek için yöneticilik eğitimine yer verme biçimleri açısından üç gruba (atama öncesi eğitim veren, atama sonrası eğitim veren ve eğitim vermeden yöneticilik görevine atayan) ayrılan 19 ülkenin yer aldıkları grupları doğru sınıflandırma düzeyini belirlemektir. Araştırmada değişkenler arasındaki ilişkiler ve ilişki dereceleri analiz edilmesinden dolayı, araştırma ilişkisel tarama modeli kullanılarak gerçekleştirilmiştir. Araştırmanın verileri, TALIS (Uluslararası Öğretme ve Öğrenme Anketi) 2008 okul müdürü anketinden derlenerek elde edilmiştir. Araştırmada ele alınan değişkenlerin ülkeleri doğru sınıflandırma düzeyleri diskriminant analizi ile belirlenmiştir. Sınıflandırma sonuçlarına göre, üç farklı grupta yer alan ülkelerdeki okul yöneticileri; okul iklimi (öğretmen morali), öğretimsel yönetim, öğretimsel denetim, hesapverebilir yönetim ve bürokratik yönetim değişkenlerine göre ayrıldığında herhangi bir yöneticinin yer aldığı grubun doğru sınıflandırılma değeri % 51’dir. Elde edilen bulgulara göre, ülkeleri doğru sınıflandırmada en fazla katkısı bulunan bağımsız değişkenler sırasıyla öğretimsel yönetim, okul iklimi ve öğretimsel denetimdir. Araştırmanın sonuçlarına dayalı olarak; okul yöneticiliğine atamada kullanılan yöneticilik eğitimlerinde özellikle öğretimsel liderlik ve okul iklimi konularına yer verilmesi önerilmektedir.

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Yazar: Betül BALKAR
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Yazar: Mahmut KALMAN
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APA BALKAR, B , KALMAN, M . (2015). OKUL İKLİMİ, ÖĞRETİMSEL LİDERLİK VE YÖNETSEL LİDERLİK DEĞİŞKENLERİNİN OKUL YÖNETİCİLİĞİNE ATAMA YAKLAŞIMLARI AÇISINDAN AYIRT EDİCİLİK DÜZEYİ. Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, 14 (54), . DOI: 10.17755/esosder.48928
MLA BALKAR, B , KALMAN, M . "OKUL İKLİMİ, ÖĞRETİMSEL LİDERLİK VE YÖNETSEL LİDERLİK DEĞİŞKENLERİNİN OKUL YÖNETİCİLİĞİNE ATAMA YAKLAŞIMLARI AÇISINDAN AYIRT EDİCİLİK DÜZEYİ". Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi 14 (2015): <http://dergipark.gov.tr/esosder/issue/6168/83002>
Chicago BALKAR, B , KALMAN, M . "OKUL İKLİMİ, ÖĞRETİMSEL LİDERLİK VE YÖNETSEL LİDERLİK DEĞİŞKENLERİNİN OKUL YÖNETİCİLİĞİNE ATAMA YAKLAŞIMLARI AÇISINDAN AYIRT EDİCİLİK DÜZEYİ". Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi 14 (2015):
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