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Teacher's asserting premises and possibilities of efficient managerial styles

Claudiu Marian Bunaiasu
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Claudiu Marian Bunaiasu: University of Craiova, Romania

Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 2014, vol. 1, issue 2, 3-10

Abstract: The issue of teacher's managerial styles is unitary approached along with educational styles issue and institutional management styles issue, and is part of the class' managerial dimension. Comparative, educational and managerial styles (of the school manager) have a theoretical history and benefit from validated techniques and tools, whereas teacher's managerial styles issue are about to gain consistency as part of the pedagogical literature, and present researches emphasize their roles in efficientizing didactic activity. The article Teacher's asserting premises and possibilities of efficient managerial styles is based on multiple specific sub- themes: a) analysis of the key-concepts outlining theme's theoretical framework; b) teacher's managerial styles typology; c) conditions and modalities in order to efficientize managerial styles. Premises of the topic speech consist in: situationally approach the educational process, the relation between teacher's educational and managerial styles, references to a personal research regarding the outline of the constructive teacher's managerial styles. Based on these key-concepts and in accordance with the multidimensional approach (conditions, factors, modalities in order to outline and assert styles), possibilities and modalities are being analyzed in order to efficientize teacher's managerial styles.

Keywords: professional behavior; educational and managerial styles; class management; leadership; constructive teacher's managerial styles (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Y8 Z0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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