Teacher perceptions of the development of a school profile
Prentice, Susan Patrice
Master of Education
SubjectEducational evaluation Ontario Thunder Bay
Teachers Ontario Thunder Bay Attitudes
School management and organization
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This study was developed as a means to examine the assumptions arising from educational research on the use of the school audit process In building effective schools. These assumptions are evident in the work of Fullan & Hargreaves, McLoughlln, Sackney and others. They are encompassed in the following belief which is represented schematically In Figure 1 : school improvement requires significant change In school culture through understanding, collaboration and ownership. In this thesis these assumptions are tested against teacher perceptions collected through a school audit process. Figure 1 is then modified to reflect the findings of this study.