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Title: 國民中小學校長領導態度、組織氣氛與教師職業倦怠關係之研究
Other Titles: A studyof the relationship among principal leadership attitude, organizational climate and teacher burnout in junior high schools and elementary schools
Authors: 詹大岳
Contributors: 林國楨
Ta-yueh Chan
Keywords: 領導態度;組織氣氛;職業倦怠
leadership attitude;organizational climate;burnout
Date: 2008
Issue Date: 2010-12-03
Description: 碩士
Abstract: 本研究主要目的在探究國中小校長領導態度、組織氣氛與教師職業倦怠的現況,及不同背景變項間的差異情形,探討校長領導態度、組織氣氛及教師職業倦怠的相關情形,分析校長領導態度及組織氣氛對教師職業倦怠的預測力。
The main purpose of this study was to explore the relationship among principal leadership attitude, organizational climate and teacher burnout in junior high schools and elementary schools. Questionnaires including three instruments: Leadership Attitude Scale, School Organizational Climate Questionaire, and Burnout Scale were used to survey selected 777 junior high school and elementary school teachers. The statistical methods used to analyzed the data were descriptive statistic, one-way ANOVA, Scheffe’s method, Pearson’s product-moment correlation, canonical correlation, and multiple regression analysis.
The conclusions of the study were summarized as follows:
1. Over 75% of teachers perceived principal leadership attitude of system thinking over middle, principal leadership attitude of hierarchical thinking as well.
2. Teachers perceived school organizational climate as “Open” was the most, “Disengaged”was the second, “Engaged”and “Closed”were the least.
3. Teachers perceived burnout as middle low.
4. Significant differences were found in leadership attitude, organization climate, and burnout.
5. There were significant correlations among leadership attitude, organization climate, and burnout.
6. Principle leadership attitude and organization climate were significant predicators for burnout.
Finally, based on the results, suggestions for junior high schools, elementary schools, teacher preparation institutions, educational administration agencies and future studies were proposed.
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