The relationship between the effectiveness of preschools and leadership styles of school managers
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CitationZembat, R., Koçyiğit, S., Tuğluk, Mehmet N. ve Doğan, H. (2010). The relationship between the effectiveness of preschools and leadership styles of school managers. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2, s. 2269-2276.
This study aimed to analyze the relationship between the effectiveness of preschools and their managers’ leadership styles, according to the opinions of teachers and managers from the preschool year of elementary schools and from independent kindergartens. The study had a descriptive nature. The study population included teacher and managers working in Istanbul. The sample consisted of 198 teachers and 67 managers chosen with random sampling from the districts of KadÕköy, Ümraniye, Maltepe, Fatih, and Kartal in Istanbul. The “Effective School Survey” was utilized to measure the effectiveness of schools and the “Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire-Evaluation Form” to evaluate the leadership styles of managers. The results indicated a positive meaningful relationship (p<.01 and p<.05) between the subdimensions of the effective school survey and the multifactor leadership styles questionnaire. This finding is indicative of a parallel relationship between the effectiveness of schools and high leadership skills possessed by managers.
SourceProcedia Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu