The Effect of Shared Decision-Making on the Improvement in Teachers' Job Development.

@inproceedings{Keung2008TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Shared Decision-Making on the Improvement in Teachers' Job Development.},
  author={Cheng Chi Keung},
  year={2008}
}
Background: Teacher Participation in decision-making is one of the recommendations of school-based management and one of the key characteristics of an effective school. Although teacher participation in decision making is claimed to be correlated with their affective outcome, few researchers have been attempted to verify the predictive effectiveness of participation in different decision domains under a multi-dimensional participatory model on their affective outcomes. This study intends to… CONTINUE READING

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