Research on Elementary School Teachers’ Micropolitical Literacy
This research aims to investigate micropolitical literacy of public elementary school teachers in Taiwan.The research methods include literature, survey, and semi-structured interviews. The research sample includes one thousand six hundred and eighty-eight public elementary school teachers in Taiwan. After data collection, descriptive analysis, t-test, and one-way ANOVA analysis were employed to analyze the data. Twelve teachers were randomly selected for interviews. Out of the twelve subjects, three of whom were chiefs, three section chiefs, three teachers, and the other three were homeroom teachers. The findings are as follows.
1. These teachers have adequate micropolitical literacy.
2. Compared with female teachers, male teachers have higher micropolitical literacy.
3. Teachers have different roles differences between micro-political literacy. Those teachers who also work as chiefs have the highest micropolitical literacy.
4. The teachers who work in schools with less than twelve classes have higher micropolitical literacy than those who work in school with more than forty-nine schools.
5. The teachers who work in central and southern Taiwan have higher micropolitical literacy than those who work in northern Taiwan.