Diagnosing professional climate of schools
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Published by NTL Learning Resources Corp. in Fairfax, Va .
Written in English


  • School management and organization

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Edition Notes

Statement[by] Robert S. Fox [and others
ContributionsFox, Robert S
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 152 p.
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14634535M

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Recommended School Climate Follow Up Continued: SFUSD - School Health Programs Department, • Plan school wide activities and events to promote a positive school environment o Utilize activities from the SFUSD Creating a Positive School Climate Guide including; Chapter B. Creating a Positive School Climate and Chapter F. Health Awareness/Asset Focused Activities. • The school climate sets the tone for all the learning and teaching done in the school environment, and is predictive of students’ ability to learn and develop in healthy ways. • All schools, like all people, have a range of strengths and weaknesses, as well as a distinctive vision for the kind of school . Positive school climate also enhances teacher retention. Schools that feel safe contribute to high-quality pupil-teacher relationships and reduce the probability of violence. Due to significant impact of school climate on all involved in the school life, schools often assess how pupils feel about their school. A number of assessment tools exist. D. Rapti - School climate aS an impoRtant component in School effectiveneSS individual, in order to meet the challenges of the future, be responsible to the family, society and the nation in particular: a) to recognize, respect, protect and develop the national identity heritage and our cultural diversity; b) to be developed in the ethical.

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