A Study on the Relationship among Principals’ Space Leadership, Teacher Community Operation, and Student Learning Outcomes in Taiwan’s Elementary School
The main purpose of this study was to explore the relationship among principals’ space leadership, teacher community operation, and student learning outcomes in Taiwan’s elementary school. The researchers adopted survey as the main research method. The subjects were public elementary school educators in Taiwan. 1,064 school staff members were selected to complete the questionnaire, and 1,008 questionnaires were returned. The return rate was 94.74% and the valid rate was 92.20%. The data were analyzed by Pearson product-moment correlation, stepwise regression, and Structural Equation Modeling. Based on the result of the current study, three research conclusions were drawn as follows: 1. The relationships among principals’ space leadership, teacher community operation and student learning outcomes have positive correlations. 2. The sub-level of the principals’ space leadership and teacher community operation can apparently predict student learning outcomes. 3. The principals’ space leadership can affect student learning outcomes positively through teacher community operation. Finally, based on the above conclusions, this study proposes some suggestions as future references for the educational administration authority, school planners, and elementary schools.
|關鍵詞||校長空間領導、教師社群運作、學生學習成效、principals’ space leadership、teacher community operation、student learning outcomes|