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|Other Titles:||A Study on Principals' Knowledge Leadership in Elementary Schools: Role Perceptions and Practices|
|Authors:||吳清山 ; 賴協志|
Principals' knowledge leadership ; Role perception ; Innovation ideal strategy ; Knowledge sharing strategy
|Issue Date:||2016-06-22 10:07:27 (UTC+8)|
The purposes of this research are to explore role perceptions, difficulties and solving strategies of principals’ knowledge leadership in elementary schools. To achieve the purposes, this research adopted a questionnaire survey. The conclusions of this research are as follows: 1. “Knowledge sharer” is the key exponent of principals’ knowledge leadership in elementary schools, but the practice role of knowledge leader is “knowledge motivator”. 2. There is a gap between ideal and practice roles of principals’ knowledge leadership in elementary schools. 3. There are no significant differences in role perceptions of principals’ knowledge leadership in elementary schools in terms of their genders and academic background. 4. The main difficulty is the lack of cooperative and sharing atmosphere among schools while promoting knowledge leadership. 5. The solving strategies include “the innovation ideal strategy”, “the knowledge sharing strategy”, “the effect evaluation strategy”, “the human resource strategy”, “the information technology strategy” and “the institution code strategy”. The most effective strategy is “the innovation ideal strategy”. Based on the conclusions, this research puts forth the suggestions in regard to principals’ knowledge leadership.
Journal of Education & Psychology
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