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Case study of High Mountain High school

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Transcript of Case study of High Mountain High school

MACHINE LIKE
HUMAN RELATION
BIG MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL
TIME
STROLLING
A CASE STUDY- BIG MOUNTAIN HIGH SHCOOL
Team members : Clara; Doris; Grace; Sisi
LEADERSHIP
INTRODUCTION
ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
SUB-SYSTEM THEORY

DEPARTMENT CHAIRS
SUPERINTENDENT
AGENDA
INTRODUCTION-GRACE
LEADERSHIP & CULTURE -SISI
Sub-s
SUB-SYSTEMS THEORY - CLARA
SUGGESTION & CONCLUSION -DORIS
PEOPLE
HUAMN NATURE -- OUTDOOR LIFE
INDIVIDUALISTS -- DO WANT YOU WANT TO DO
(BOTTOM-UP)
HIGH CAPACITY
OUR VISION
INVITING
STRUCTURE
TEACHING METHOD
DECISION MAKING -- THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR
LACK COMMUNICATION
INPUT & OUTPUT
GOAL
TRANSFORM BASICS CLASS TO STANDARD CLASS
CONCLUSION
PROCESS
BIG MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL
SINGLE- LOOP
INDIVIDUALISM
DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP
CONTRIVED COLLEGIALITY
TOP-DOWN STRUCTURE
OPEN SYSTEM
CHANGE CURRICULUM
ORGANIZATION AS ORGANISMS -- "A SET OF ELEMENTS STANDING IN INTER-RELATIONS"
METAPHOR
CLOSE TO "B" ?
IGNORE THE DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS OF FOUR SUBSYSTEMS
HIGH CAPACITY
NO INTERACTION
TEACHERS HAVE CONSIDERABLE AUTONOMY
INFORMATION PIPELINE
SENIORITY & LONG TIME POSITION
GENDER ISSUE
NO INTERDISCIPLINARY
THANKS FOR YOU ATTENTION
ABOLISH ELECIVES
ONE-YEAR-LONG MANDATORY CORE PROGRAM
suggestion
INDIVIDUAL
GROUPS
TEAMS
DILEMMA
PRINCIPAL
BOTTOM-UP
DISTRIBUTED
CONSULT
TOP-DOWN
ZONING
INSUFFICIENT
STROLLING
COLLEGIAL
MODELS
EX. FACULTY MEETING
CONTRIVED
COLLEGIAL
COLLABORATION
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
SINGLE-LOOP
DOUBLE-LOOP
IMPLEMENTATION
FLATEN STRUCTURES
COLLABORATION
BUILDING TEAMS
LEARNING ORGANIZATION
DOUBLE LOOP LEARNING
A BETTER FLOW OF INFORMATION
REFERENCE
AVOIDING NEGATIVE FEEDBACK
ZONING
BUILDING
CONNECTIVITY
EFFECTIVE
INEFFECTIVE
MORE WRITING & MORE ANALYTIC WORK
OPEN SYSTEM
HIERARCHICAL AUTHORITY STRUCTURE (MODIFIED)
A. SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM
B. DISTRIBUTING AUTHORITIES
DEPARTMENTS CHAIR
TEACHERS
CULTURE: CONTRIVED COLLEGIALITY

STROLLING

SINGLE-LOOP

INDIVIDUAL & ZONING
LEADERSHIP: DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP
A. TOP-DOWN
B. MY VISION
ROLE OF PRINCIPAL: CONSULT (INSUFFICIENT)
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