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Title: Empowering Teachers


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Empowering Teachers
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Empowering Teachers
Leaders who provide information to their
subordinates rather than exerting control will
be more effective in increasing
intrinsic motivation

Tetrick (1989)
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Why Empower?
  • More effective schools
  • More efficient schools
  • Improved teacher satisfaction

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Empowerment
Labor-management tradition
Participative Decision-making
Power is Infinite so principal gains Power by
giving It away.
Power is finite so principals must lose power for
teachers to gain power
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Empowering Teachers
Empowerment is a process whereby school
participants develop the competence to take
charge of their own growth and resolve their
own problems.

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Empowering Teachers
Empowered individuals believe that they have
the skills and knowledge to act on a
situation and improve it.

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Empowering Teachers
Empowered schools are organizations that
create opportunities for competence to be
developed and displayed.

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Empowering Teachers
  • Key Teacher Empowerment
  • Components are
  • Increased Status
  • A highly developed knowledge base
  • Autonomy in decision making


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Six Dimensions of Teacher Empowerment
  • 1. Decision Making (participation and
  • responsibility for decisions)
  • 2. Opportunities for professional growth (helping
  • teachers to become more knowledgeable
  • about teaching)
  • 3. Status (having respect and admiration from
  • colleagues)
  • 4. Self-Efficacy (having the skills and ability
    to
  • help students learn)
  • 5. Autonomy (belief that you are in control of
  • certain aspects of your professional life)
  • 6. Impact (having an effect and influence on
  • school life)

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Environments That Stifle Creativity Commitment Ene
rgy
Empowering Teachers
Inaccessible Role Models
Isolation

Difficulties of Teacher Empowerment
Narrowing of Responsibilities Caused
by Accountability
Specialized Training Certification
Teachers Traditionally Not Involved in Decision
Making
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Empowering Teachers
Clear Goals without specifying the means For
obtaining them

Adequate Resources
Expert Coaching and Consultation
Self-Managing Teams
Supportive Organization that provides
education, rewards, and information
Performance-based Structures that employees can
take responsibility for
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Empowering Teachers
Establishing Shared Decision Making
Establish Problem-Solving Teams
Provide problem-solving and conflict management
training
Build Trust And Communication

Give up the need to control
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