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    Title: 學校組織文化對評鑑信任之影響研究---以國民中小學校務評鑑為例
    Other Titles: The Influence of Organizational Culture on Levels of Trust in School Evaluations--- An Administrative Evaluation in a Taiwan Elementary School as an Example
    Authors: 郭昭佑
    Contributors: 國立政治大學教育學系
    Keywords: 教育評鑑;校務評鑑;組織文化;評鑑;信任
    educational evaluation;school evaluation;organizational culture;evaluation;trust
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2012-11-29 11:21:59 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 學校組織文化對評鑑信任之影響研究 —以國民中小學校務評鑑為例評鑑在近年來已成為教育行政行為中的重要機制,但由於評鑑制度或評鑑人員的專業性、公平性或是評鑑結果應用之目的是否善意等議題,使得評鑑行為逐漸衍生信任問題。在台灣,許多評鑑措施直接落在學校系統中,雖已逐漸形成制度,但對評鑑的信任問題卻仍然存在。不同的組織文化將組織成員面對變革的適應性及信任知覺。本研究旨在探討在台灣行之有年的國民中小學校務評鑑中,學校組織文化對評鑑信任的影響。本研究擬以調查研究法,包括問卷及訪談,了解學校組織成員在面對校務評鑑時,不同的組織文化是否影響組織成員對評鑑的信任程度。
    The Influence of Organizational Culture on Levels of Trust in School Evaluations: An Administrative Evaluation in a Taiwan Elementary School as an Example Evaluation has become an important feature of educational administration in recent years. However, problems of trust have gradually arisen, too. The professionalism of the evaluation system and evaluators themselves has been questioned. And doubts about the essential fairness of the evaluations and the level of good will involved in the application of evaluation results have surfaced. In Taiwan, many evaluation measures are implemented through the school administration system, and problems of trust in the evaluations themselves persist, despite the fact an evaluation system is gradually taking shape. Different organizational cultures mean that members of organizations face problems related to adapting to, as well as having faith in, the changes which are occurring. The purpose of this study is to investigate an ongoing administrative evaluation of an elementary school in Taiwan, and to examine how school organizational culture affects the level of trust in the evaluation. The study uses a survey format which includes both questionnaires and interviews, and attempts to understand how trust is affected in individual members of school organizations as they face evaluations.
    Relation: 應用研究
    研究期間:9908~ 10007
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[教育學系] 國科會研究計畫

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