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Saturday, November 19 • 2:00pm - 3:10pm
Teacher Leadership, Well-Being, and Decision-Making

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Through the Grapevine: Source Dependence and Teachers’ Decisions. Jason Burns, Michigan State University

This study draws on research from the field of judgment and decision making to understand how teachers treat different sources of information when making decisions. Teachers’ responses in a planning simulation were use to examine how information was treated differently in the decision making process depending on its source.

Exploring the Relationship Between Teachers’ and Principals’ Perceptions of Teachers Decision- Making and Teachers’ Job Satisfaction. Kristina Brezicha, Georgia State University; Sakiko Ikoma, American Institutes for Research; Hyowon Park, Pennsylvania State University; Gerald LeTendre, Pennsylvania State University

This paper explores the relationship between teachers’ and principals’ perception of teachers’ involvement in decision-making processes at their schools and the relationship to teachers’ job satisfaction. Using data from 29 countries, we fi nd that in all countries principals’ and teachers’ perceptions of staff involvement in decision-making greatly differ. After controlling for a range of salient factors, we find a negative relationship between this gap and teachers’ job satisfaction.

Flourishing Rhythms: How Teacher Leaders Live Well and Do Well for Self and Others. Chelsey Lee Saunders, Teachers College, Columbia University

Phrases like “too angry to leave” and Teacher Wars bare the premise that the stressful work of teaching and liberating results in one of two ways: fight or flight. My study addresses how, if at all, some of the most effective and best teacher leaders fl ourish, even when the common discourse reflects a radically different, deficit narrative.

 




Saturday November 19, 2016 2:00pm - 3:10pm
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Floor 5 - Brule A

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