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|Other Titles: ||Distributed Leadership of Elementary and Junior Schools in Taiwan: Dimensions and Validation|
distributed leadership;cross-validation;confirmatory factor analysis
|Issue Date: ||2015-11-02 17:19:44 (UTC+8)|
Distributed leadership is a cutting edge issue in educational leadership, has been adopted by many countries as the strategy of educational reform. The purposes of the study are to revise the Distributed Leadership Scale and test its reliability and validity. Through stratified random sampling, there are 176 pretest samples and 976 formal samples. After expert validity, pretesting, and formal testing, revised Distributed Leadership Scale is divided into five dimensions: principals’ self-confidence and modesty, clarity of structure and accountability, investment in staff’s leadership capacity, construction of a school culture of trust, and construction of a proper turning point, for a total of 26 items. By comparison of competing models, the study adopted second-order model for confirmatory factor analysis. Results indicated that Distributed Leadership Scale has good reliability, construct validity, model fit, and cross-validation. In the future, distributed leadership research can be conducted according to this scale and obtains more empirical proofs of effectiveness of distributed leadership. Distributed leadership Scale can serve as reference for school leaders’ self-examination and improvement in daily practices, and enhance the effectiveness of school leadership.
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