|Title:||The relation between school culture sub-categories and expected results of learning process|
|Citation:||EGER, L., PRÁŠILOVÁ, M. The relation between school culture sub-categories and expected results of learning process. Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 2020, roč. 78, č. 1, s. 48-60. ISSN 1822-7864.|
|Keywords in different language:||culture gaps;school culture;school culture inventory;shaping school culture|
|Abstract in different language:||The aim of the research was to find out what factors of school culture affect the expected results of teaching and learning processes in basic schools. The research evaluated current and desired school culture in selected basic schools to identify culture gaps. Research using School Culture Inventory explored relations among selected sub-categories, namely between the sub-categories focused on shared objectives, trust in school leadership, and on managerial approach and the important sub-categories focused on innovation process and expected results of teaching and learning processes. The independent evaluators were final year students of the Faculties of Education from two universities in the Czech Republic who assessed schools after one month of their position at the selected schools (the research sample included 182 basic schools). The findings provided the evidence of current culture gaps and of a positive association between higher positive evaluations in the sub-category leadership and management and the sub-category expected results of teaching and learning processes. The results brought by the research will help school leaders when they plan to shape or change the culture of the schools they manage.|
|Rights:||© Scientia Socialis|
|Appears in Collections:||Články / Articles (KMO)|
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