This excerpt comes from an Education Labour Relations Council resolution published in 1998. It is essentially a job description for South African teachers.
This is the third reading for Saide`s Education Studies module "Being a Teacher".
This video is linked to Creating People Centred Schools learning guide, but carries debates which could also be used in a free-standing way for those interested in school organization and change.
Ideas on understanding change are taken forward into approaches to leading and managing change. School-as-organization approaches are compared with the school-as-community approach.
Beginning with a focus on South Africa, this section provides valuable coverage of approaches to school ‘effectiveness’ and school ‘improvement’. We learn more about schools as learning organizations.
This provides an overview of organizational styles and the importance of cultures as well as structures in organizational models and change.
This introduction provides a rationale for the module, as well as its structure and content. We read how the writers intended the module to be used.
This module deals with school organizational change and development to provide the context in which systematic learning takes place, particularly in developing countries.
This audiotape is linked to Creating People Centred Schools learning guide