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|Other Titles: ||A Study on the Relationship among Advisors' Leadership Behavior, Classroom Climate, and Classroom Management Efficacy of Junior High Schools|
Leadership Behavior;Transformational Leadership;Transactional Leadership;Classroom Climate;Classroom Management Efficacy
|Issue Date: ||2010-12-03
|Abstract: ||摘 要|
A Study on the Relationship among Advisors' Leadership Behavior, Classroom Climate, and Classroom Management Efficacy of Junior High Schools
Advisor: Chu-Hsun Kuo, Ph. D.
Author: Kuo-Sheng Lee
The main purpose of this study was to identify the relationship among advisors' leadership behavior, classroom climate and classroom management efficacy.
In order to achieve research objectives, the study employed questionnaire survey method to gather the research data. Samples, drawn from central of Taiwan, included 328 advisors and 1888 students of junior high schools. Acquired data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Scheffe method, Pearson's product-moment correlation, and multiple regression analysis methods.
Some conclusions of this thesis are found as follows:
1. The junior high school advisors' leadership behavior is above average. Advisors of junior high schools often operate management by exception and contingent reward in leadership behavior aspect, seldom charisma.
2. The junior high schools' classroom climate is above average. It performed well at the democracy of classroom climate, but poorly at the order of classroom climate.
3. The junior high schools advisors' classroom management efficacy is above average. It performed well at the teacher-parent relationship, but poorly at class rules.
4. There are existed significant differences within gender, education degree, and class numbers of school in the junior high schools advisors' leadership behavior aspects.
5. There are existed significant differences within years-of-teaching, class numbers of school, and school location in the junior high schools' classroom climate aspects.
6. There are existed significant differences within gender, years-of-teaching, and class numbers of school in the junior high school advisor's classroom management efficacy aspects.
7. There is a positive correlation between the junior high schools advisors' leadership behavior and classroom climate.
8. There is a positive correlation between the junior high school advisor's leadership behavior and classroom management efficacy.
9. There is a positive correlation between the junior high school classroom climate and classroom management efficacy.
10.The junior high schools advisors' leadership behavior and classroom climate are good predictors for predicting classroom management efficacy.
Based on above findings, this study proposed some concrete suggestions to the junior high schools' advisor and educational authorities.
Keywords: Leadership Behavior, Transformational Leadership, Transactional Leadership, Classroom Climate, Classroom Management Efficacy
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