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Improverishing a Sense of Professionalism. Whos to Blame?.
Bottery, Mike
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 1 January 1997 página 07 - 24
RESEARCH RATIONALEMETHODOLOGY
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EMA-001-001
Teachers profesional development is crucial to the quality of any society. Even so, there is growing evidence of deprofessionalization in teaching. This paper asks why this has happened and and who is to blame. Using extensive data on INSET priorities collected from secondary schools in the UK, it concludes that while goverment policies have contributed to this phenomenon this is not the whole story. Instead, it suggests that there seems to be some reluctance in schools and smong teachers to determine and provide INSET opportunities designed to develop and enhance the professions and the notion of professionalism.

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Gender Differences in Mentoring. A Biographical Reflection.
Woodd, Maureen
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 1 January 1997 página 25 - 34
THE ROLE OF MODEL DILEMMATOWARDS A FEMALE DEFINITIONGENDER - SPECIFIC CULTURESTHE FEMMALE WHO HELPS OTHERSFEMALE MANAGEMENT STYLES - HELP OR HINDRANCE
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EMA-001-002
This paper proposes that different gender cultures can create dilemmas for women in the workplace. Mentoring can be one means of coping with this. But there are various and sometimes very different approaches to mentoring available. An examination of basic definitions and alternative models of mentoring leads to a discussion of the grounds upon which choices between alternative mentoring scenarios might be made. These choices are described as dilemmas because of the difficulties they present for women. The autor draws upon her own biography to illustrate what can be entailed.

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The Principals Contribution to School Restructuring Initiatives Aimed at Improving Teaching and Learninig. Exploring the Potential of the Edited Topical Life History Research Approach.
O Donoghue, Thomas
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 1 January 1997 página 35 - 49
THE EDITED TOPICAL LIFE HISTORYMETHODOLOGY
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EMA-001-003
Studies on principlaship the world over have largely failed to keep pace with the changing contexts in which principlas now operate. This paper advocates an evited topical life history approach to bridge this gap. This claim is illustrated using research conducted within Western Australia which sought to understand why certain school principals are more successful than others in guiding restructuring initiatives designed to improved teaching and learning. It is suggested that as a body of such studies builds up it will be possible to develop nomothetic explanations of the role which principals can play in enabling such restructuring.

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Schools Coping with the Impact of Information Technology.
Riffel, J. Anthony
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 1 January 1997 página 51 - 64
THE RESEARCHTECHNOLOGY AND THE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE OF SCHOOL SYSTEMSTHEORETICAL ORIENTATIONTHE PORTRAYAL OF TEACHERSCOMPUTERS AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF TEACHING AND LEARNINGEMERGENT GOALSUNDERSTANDING SOCIAL CHANGE: THE CASE OF TECHNOLOGYPHASES IN DEVELOPMENT
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EMA-001-004
This paper discusses school responses to changes in information technology based on survey data and four case studies of school disticts in a Canadian province. Financial, administrative and political issues appear to have dominated the agenda and debates over priorities, costs and expectation of teachers have been central. Information technology has not, as yet, been integrated into peoples thinking about teaching and learning. The authors argue that schools would benefit from betther inteligence about the impcat of such technology and from a wider repertorie of responses to it.

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Development in Schools. A systems Aproach Based on Organizational Levels.
Tuohy, David
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 1 January 1997 página 65 - 77
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOURORGANIZATIONALINTER - DEPARTAMENTAL GROUPFACE TO FACE TEAMINDIVIDUAL
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EMA-001-005
An individuals participation in school, it is argued, can be be analysed on four levels the individual, the team, inter - team coordination and the mangement of the schools interaction with the environment. These levels represent different intensities of participation and levels of complexity in the commitment of the individual. This paper explores each of these levels and also inter - level dynamics which entail that an intervention at any one level will have effects at the other levels, with attendant consequences for the management of change.

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Contested Values in Further Education. Finding From a Case Study of the Mangement of Change.
Elliot, Geoffrey
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 1 January 1997 página 79 - 92
RESEARCH DESIGNIMPLICATION FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF CHANGETHE RISE AND RISE OF A MANGERIALIST CULTURESTANDARS AND QUALITY AS CONTESTED VALUES IN FURTHER EDUCATIONTHE PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT
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EMA-001-006
The trend in recent years towards the development of a radical, market - oriented policy in education with its seemingly contradictory pressures for centralization and decentralization has been well documented. However, the implication which all this has for Further Education has received much less attention. This paper attempts to contribute to filling this gap. In doing so it suggests that contemporary policy thrusts have, inter alia, led towards the widespread introduction of performance management in Further Education. This and related developments are explored in the context of a detailed case study of one large urban college.

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The Partnership Model of Post Graduate Certificate in Education Courses.
Brooks, Val
Educational Management and Administration. Journal of the British Educational Management and Administration Society. (BEMAS)
Educational Management and Administration, Volume 25 Number 1 January 1997 página 93 - 100
THE PARTNERSHIP POLICY IN PRACTICEBACKGROUND
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EMA-001-007
The concept of teacher training as a partnership betweem schools and higher education for the preparation of secondary school teachers was formalized in the early 1990s in the wake of the publication of Circular 9/92. This paper considers how aspects of this new policy are working in the context of the PGDE course. In particular, it explores the impact on one another of (1) the concept of a training partnership betweem schools and higher education, and (2) the freedom of individual partnership to frame their own programmes. It demonstrates the extent to which practices are at a variance with the intentions of key policy documents and examines some of the management implications this has for schools and higher education institutions.

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