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    Title: 臺北縣國民中學初任女性校長與家長會互動關係之研究
    Other Titles: A study on relationship of interaction between Taipei county novice female junior high school principals and parent-teacher association
    Authors: 王美子;Wang, Mei-tzu
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    洪啟昌;Hung, Chi-chang
    Keywords: 國民中學校長;國民中學初任女性校長;家長會;互動;junior high school principal;novice female junior high school principal;Parent-Teacher Association;Interaction
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:16:09 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討臺北縣國民中學初任女性校長與家長會互動之關係,係以訪談方式逐步切入訪談主題,採質性研究方法,分別訪問三所分屬大型、中型、小型學校的初任女性校長以及家長會代表。藉由訪談的過程,試圖歸納分析訪談內容,以詮釋本研究擬欲探討之家長會的自我認知、不同性別的校長在互動上的差異以及實際互動經驗的描述等等問題,最後提出結論與建議作為研究參考。
    The study investigates the relationship of interaction between novice female junior high school principals and Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). It approaches the subject gradually by way of interview, adopts qualitative research method, visits novice female principals of 3 scale of schools: large-scaled, medium, small junior high school as well as its’ PTA. According to interview process, the study attempts to summary the analysis of interview content, interprets the self-cognition of PTA, interaction difference in different gender of principals as well as description of actual interaction experience and so on questions by the research. Finally, conclusions and suggestions are made in order to provide reference for future study.
    According to research purposes and interview content, the study analyzes the relationship of interaction between novice female junior high school principals and PTA. For novice female junior high school principals, there are 4 recognitions as below:
    1. The position of PTA in school is the role of support and partner.
    2. Parents do not have enough capacity to participate school activities and have to enhance the degree of participation.
    3. Gender does not make obvious influence for interaction between principals and PTA.
    4. It has positive effect for female characteristics in communication with PTA .
    There are also 4 recognitions for PTA as below:
    1. PTA is the role of assistance and supervision in school activities.
    2. The situation of participating school activities for parents has to be improved.
    3. Gender is not critical point for PTA to evaluate principals.
    4. PTA can make up for female principals in insufficiency of social skill.
    Conclusions of the study are as below:
    1. The influence is limited for the size of school to interaction between novice female principals and PTA .
    2. It has to be improved to participate school activities for PTA that belongs to different scale of schools.
    3. It is different for PTA and novice female principals to annotate the role of PTA.
    4. PTA does not judge female principals by gender; it depends on professional competence and personal characteristics good for interaction.
    5. Respect is good for interaction and it can bring the growth of organizational learning.
    6. Communication of views, participation, resource-sharing, cooperation and service-learning are the main ways of interaction.
    7. There are 3 types of interaction: harmonious type, positive type and conservative type.
    Finally, suggestions are made for educational administration, school administration, novice female principals, Parent-Teacher Association and future research for reference.
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