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Understanding China’s School Leadership [electronic resource] : Interpreting the Terminology / by Daming Feng.

Author/Creator:
Feng, Daming. author., Author,
Edition:
1st ed. 2020.
Publication:
Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2020.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (278)
Subjects:
School management and organization.
School administration.
Educational policy.
Education and state.
Schools.
Local subjects:
Administration, Organization and Leadership. (search)
Educational Policy and Politics. (search)
Schools and Schooling. (search)
Language:
English.
Summary:
This open access book outlines key terms of China’s school leadership in Chinese political and legal, financial, administrative, and cultural contexts. It reveals and interprets the real meaning of these practical terms based on existing laws, government documents, school policy texts as well as the latest empirical findings from school leaders and teachers’ surveys and interviews in China. Providing a holistic picture of China’s school leadership through the unique meanings of these terms, the book offers researchers and graduate students insights into school leadership practice and its context in China. Thus, it would likely intensify readers’ knowledge base to analyse and interpret the phenomenon and research data regarding China’s school leadership.
Contents:
Forewords
Preface
Acknowledgements
1. China’s school leadership: an overview
1.1 Brief retrospect
1.2 School leadership contexts
References
2. Local school system and school inner system
2.1 Local school system
2.2 School organizational system
2.3 Principal-in-charge system
2.4 Party-administration rules of order
2.5 Fundamental requirements for decision making
2.6 Subject-based operation system
2.7 Grade-based operation system
2.8 Major meetings
Appendix
References
3. Principalship and leadership team
3.1 Co- headship
3.2 School level leadership
3.3 Junior management
3.4 Six-principle
3.5 Principal selecting procedure
3.6 Principal rank system
3.7 Democratic reviewing
Appendix
References
4. Leadership strategies
4.1 Tong-Yi-Si-Xiang (TYSX)
4.2 Yi-Shen-Zuo-Ze (YSZZ)
4.3 Yi-Qing-Dong-Ren (YQDR)
4.4 Xian-Jin-Ping-Bi
4.5 Group honor building
4.6 Arousing three-facet-attitude/disposition
4.7 Cardinal perspective toward teachers
4.8 Performance related pay policy
Appendix
References
5. Curriculum leadership
5.1 Curriculum change and rebuilding
5.2 Three-level-curriculum frameworks
5.3 Curriculum leadership capacity building
5.4 School-based curriculum design
5.5 School-based curriculum development and implementation
5.6 School-based curriculum evaluation and assurance
5.7 University-School collaboration
Appendix
References
6. Instructional Leadership
6.1 Teaching-study group
6.2 Five-step requirement
6.3 Open/public lessons
6.4 Tong-Ke-Yi-Gou (TKYG)
6.5 Jie-Ban-Shang-Ke (JBSK)
6.6 Getting a taste
6.7 Teaching reflection
6.8 Individual professional file
Appendix
References
7. Teacher supervision and development
7.1 Licensure examination
7.2 Normalized internship
7.3 Periodical registration
7.4 Five-step career ladder
7.5 Two honorary titles for outstanding teachers
7.6 Professional community building
7.7 Inter-school vehicles of CPD
7.8 Cross-district vehicles of CPD
Appendix
References
8. Student supervision and guidance
8.1 Class supervisor
8.2 Class collectivism building
8.3 Class committee
8.4 Conduct guiding and supervision
8.5 School ceremony & ritual
8.6 Themed activities
8.7 Adolescent center
8.8 Social practice
Appendix
References
9. Home and Community education coordination
9.1 Parent committee
9.2 Parents school
9.3 Community education committee
9.4 Community service
9.5 Community volunteer educator
9.6 Local education
9.7 Campus sharing
Appendix
References.
ISBN:
981-15-0749-X
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-981-15-0749-6 doi
Access Restriction:
Open Access
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