|題名: ||學校教師會角色功能、運作情形與轉型發展之研究 : 以新北市為例|
|其他題名: ||A research on the function, operation, and ways of transformation of teachers' associations at school level : New Taipei City as the case|
|作者: ||鄭景陽;Chang, Ching-yang|
|關鍵詞: ||新北市;學校師會;角色功能;運作情形;轉型發展;New Taipei City;school teacher association;role and function;operation;ways of transformation|
|上傳時間: ||2011-06-16 21:50:13 (UTC+8)|
This study explored the role, function, operation and transition of the School Teacher Association in New Taipei City. A questionnaire survey was administered to 672 teachers from 197 public schools in New Taipei City via stratified random sampling. Data were collected and analyzed statistically by adopting methods such as descriptive statistics, chi-square test, t-test and one-way ANOVA. Based on findings of data analysis, conclusions of this study were summarized as follows:
1. The School Teacher Association possessed multiple roles and functions. The most significantly identified functions of the Association by school teachers were “fight for and protect rights” and “participate in decision-making as well as monitoring process”; and at the same time, the least identified function of the Association was “the promotion of skills.”
2. Substantial gap was seen between the “prescriptive” roles and functions of the School Teacher Association and their “descriptive” ones. Namely, school teachers believed that the actual functions of the School Teacher Association were less than the functions expected by them.
3. Teachers’ views on the roles and functions of the School Teacher Association varied depending on teachers’ rank, gender, professional education background, seniorities, current positions, involvement in the Association and their positions in the Association.
4. School teachers generally expressed medium to high level of approval of the operation of the School Teacher Association, but still regard “lack of funding” and “insufficient time for teachers to participate the Association’s activities” as challenges to be overcome.
5. Teachers’ opinions on the operation of the School Teacher Association varied depending on teachers’ rank, gender, professional education background, seniorities, current positions, involvement in the Association and their positions in the Association.
6. School teachers in New Taipei City mostly hold “maintaining status quo” opinion on the transition of the operation of School Teacher Association and only showed support for change in “allowing substitute teachers and trainee teachers to join the School Teacher Association.”
7. School teachers in New Taipei City rated the importance of the functions of the Association in the following order: “to fight for and protect rights”, “to communicate and coordinate” and “to participate in decision-making and monitoring process.”
8. School teachers in New Taipei City saw “transition into Labor Union” as the main direction for future development.