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The School. An Open Social System. Developed from the Contents of Reginald Leon Green’s. Practicing the Art of Leadership: A Problem-based Approach to Implementing the ISLLC Standards Chapter 3. A Social System.

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the school

The School

An Open Social System

developed from the contents of reginald leon green s

Developed from the Contents of Reginald Leon Green’s

Practicing the Art of Leadership: A Problem-based Approach to Implementing the ISLLC Standards

Chapter 3

a social system
A Social System
  • A set of interrelated elements functioning as a unit to achieve a specific purpose

Hanson (1996)

a social system4
A Social System
  • There is interaction between the elements and forces in the internal and external environments of the system.

Hanson (1996)

the school5
The School
  • The school is an open social system. It has parts, and the parts interact within the internal environment and in response to elements in the external environment.
parts of the basic social system
Parts of the Basic Social System
  • Inputs
  • Teaching and Learning Process
  • Outputs
  • Feedback
  • Environments
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External Environment

School

Teaching and Learning Process

Input

Output

Internal Environment

Feedback

parts of the basic social system8
Parts of the Basic Social System
  • Inputs

The human, material, financial, or information resources used in the teaching and learning process

parts of the basic social system9
Parts of the Basic Social System
  • Teaching and Learning Process

The interaction between and among the parts

parts of the basic social system10
Parts of the Basic Social System
  • Outputs

The graduates and/or services produced

parts of the basic social system11
Parts of the Basic Social System
  • Feedback

Information concerning the outputs or the teaching and learning process that influences decision making and the selection of inputs during the next academic year

parts of the basic social system12
Parts of the Basic Social System
  • Environment

The external environment of the school including the social, political, and economic forces that impinge on the school’s operation

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External Environment

School

Teaching and Learning Process

Input

Output

Internal Environment

Feedback

social interaction in schools
Social Interaction in Schools
  • All parts of the system are interdependent and subject to influence by any other part.
  • The focus of the leader is on the whole, all parts, and the relationships among all parts.

Hanson (1996)

social interaction in schools15
Social Interaction in Schools
  • Individual Behavior
  • Group Behavior
  • Formal Behavior
  • Informal Behavior
social interaction in schools16
Social Interaction in Schools
  • Individuals in schools function as members of the faculty (the formal group), as well as members of subgroups (informal groups) that exist within the faculty.
school effectiveness
School Effectiveness
  • The behavior of individuals and the interaction between individuals that influence school effectiveness.
school effectiveness18
School Effectiveness
  • The values held by an individual working in schools largely determine his/her willingness to work and the amount of effort he/she will exert to be effective in completing an assigned task.

Boyatzis & Skelly (1995)

school effectiveness19
School Effectiveness
  • For the school to be effective, the value of each individual must be acknowledged and utilized.
leadership in a social system
Leadership in a Social System
  • The objective of the school leader should be to develop a faculty with a needs disposition that is compatible with the mission and goals of the school.
leadership in a social system21
Leadership in a Social System

Leaders must give consideration to the entire faculty, individuals on the faculty, and the interaction that occurs between and among the faculty.

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Relationships

Faculty

The

Whole

Grade Level

Teams

Individual

Parts

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School Goal

Attainment

Key Factors

Grade

Level Goals

Grade

Level

Teams

Individual

Individual Commitment

Focus

School Mission

the total school
The Total School
  • The school functioning as a whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
references
References
  • Boyatzis, D. G., & Skelly, F. R. (1995). The impact of changing

values on organizational life: The latest update. In D. A.

Kolb, J. S. Osland, & I. M. Rubin (Eds.), The organizational

behavior reader (pp. 1-17). Upper Saddle River, NJ:

Prentice Hall.

  • Hanson, M. E. (1996). Educational administration and

organizational behavior: Utilizing human resources (4th ed.).

Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

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