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|Issue Date: ||2010-12-21 18:42:17 (UTC+8)|
|Relation: ||國立台北教育大學舉辦「 2010兩岸三地校長學學術研討會」論文集 (p.B1~17) 。|
|Description: ||The Application of Blended Coaching Strategies for the Principal Preparation in Elementary and Middle Schools
Mu-Jin Chen, Professor
College of Education & RCMBL, National Chengchi University
Nien-Hsiang Yang, Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Education, National Chengchi University
The core of this study was the “Blended Coaching Strategies” which was proposed by Bloom, Castagna, Moir & Warren (2005) and the study was based on the five dimensions of mentor principals’ experience inheritance: “Understanding”, “Designate”, “Motivation”, “Reconcile”, and “Career”. We applied blended coaching strategies to the dimension of “Understanding” and constructed a systematical knowledge about principal professional development. We tried to integrate principals’ experience, understanding, internalization, and integration of dealing with school affairs. We hope that what we do can help every principal operating a school better and more successful.
Secondly, we integrated the literatures about the topic, invited 5 excellent principals in Taiwan, and tried to collect material by focus group. After the focus groups, we organized the content, analyzed the contents of the transcripts, and compiled into a written information and files in order to establish the e-platform of mentor principals’ experience inheritance information.
Finally, according to the results of the study, we proposed the conclusions: 1.Make strategies of managing schools by facilitative coaching. 2.Collect school information by instructional coaching. 3.Integrate and use resources by collaborative coaching. 4.Visit key person by consultative coaching. 5.Understand schools in depth by transformational coaching. The suggestions of the study are: 1.To collect multiple information, and understand schools in depth. 2.Plan the selection mechanism, and improve the quality of coaching and mentor teaching. 3.To join professional communities, and establish social networks. 4.To integrate e-resources, and form a complete operating system.
Keywords: blended coaching strategies, mentoring model
|Data Type: ||conference|
|Appears in Collections:||[師資培育中心] 會議論文|
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