本研究根據以上結論，提出幾點建議提供教育行政機關、國民小學校長、國民小學教師與後續研究作參考。 This research aimed to realize the current status and the relationship between principal’s positive leadership and learning schools of elementary schools in New Taipei City.
A self-designed questionnaire was used and distributed to the teachers including directors, chiefs, homeroom teachers and subject teachers of elementary schools in New Taipei City. To carry out sampling and testing the questionnaire, 526 copies were sent with 476 valid returns at valid response rate of 90%. Statistical methods including descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson product-moment correlation analysis, and regression analysis were adopted to analyze the data collected from the questionnaire survey. The major findings were as followed:
1. The current status of principal’s positive leadership was above average. 2. The current status of the learning schools was above average. 3. There were significant differences among teacher’s age, position, years-of-service, school size and school history for principal’s positive leadership. 4. There were significant differences among teacher’s position, school district and school history against system thinking for school organizational culture. 5. Principal’s positive leadership and learning schools were significantly positive correlated. 6. Principal’s positive leadership can effectively predict learning schools.
Based on the results, suggestions were made and hoped to be of use for school authorities, principals, teachers and further research as reference.