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Lee, Soonhwan; Shin, Hongbum; Park, Jung-Jun; Kwon, Oh-Ryun – ICHPER-SD Journal of Research, 2010
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among the attitudinal brand loyalty variables (i.e., cognitive, affective, and conative components), team identification, and customer satisfaction by developing a structural equation model, based on Oliver's (1997) attitudinal brand loyalty model. The results of this study confirmed…
Descriptors: Identification, Satisfaction, Athletics, Structural Equation Models
Jones-Goods, Kimberly Michelle – ProQuest LLC, 2014
The purpose of this instrumental case study was to explore stakeholders' perceptions of the culturally responsive leadership practices of charter school leaders. The goals were: (a) to explore how the school leadership team perceived culturally responsive leadership in a K-12 charter school in North Carolina, (b) to explore how the teachers…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Public Schools, Charter Schools
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Adams, Lois; Cessna, Kay – Preventing School Failure, 1993
Discussions with exemplary Colorado general and special education coteachers led to development of three metaphors for the coteaching process: (1) yin and yang (the uniqueness and unity of the two teachers); (2) the dance (the rhythm, fluidity, and automaticity of effective collaboration); and (3) the particle and the stream (the thriving of…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Metaphors
Lundberg, Larry – 1976
The school board's negotiating team is all-important in the collective bargaining process, especially in light of the unity and organization of teacher association teams. Upper echelon administrative personnel, not the board members themselves, should compose the board's negotiating team. A board inexperienced in collective bargaining can hire a…
Descriptors: Administrators, Board of Education Policy, Boards of Education, Collective Bargaining
Spies, Paul – 1995
High school educators can learn much from the middle school reform movement and apply its strategies to change interdisciplinary teaming and student advocacy programs. Many high schools today still operate with an outdated, impersonal, departmentalized, and factory-model approach to schooling, in which students do not develop a sense of belonging…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Community Development, Educational Change, Educational Environment
Glaser, John P. – Corwin Press, 2004
Any group has the potential for mistrust, suspicion, and rancor, and so effective leadership involves developing attitudes that guide groups to recognize and work through conflict in order to maximize the potential for collaboration. This book offers practical guidance to leaders encountering conflict in their organizations. Based on years of…
Descriptors: Rhetoric, Cooperation, Leadership Effectiveness, Conflict Resolution
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Bobilya, Andrew J.; Kalisch, Ken; Daniel, Brad – Journal of Experiential Education, 2011
Research of wilderness programs indicates a clear need for additional investigation of specific program components and their influence on participant outcomes. This study examines one component of the Outward Bound wilderness program--the Final Expedition. The Final Expedition is a student-led wilderness expedition and is also referred to as an…
Descriptors: Adventure Education, Travel, Student Experience, Physical Environment
George, Paul S.; Stevenson, Chris – 1988
This study analyzed the opinions of exemplary middle school principals concerning what constitutes highly effective interdisciplinary teams. The schools that the principals represented were chosen according to the Department of Education's, Phi Delta Kappa's, and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development's assessment of threshold…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Cooperative Planning, Educational Cooperation, Excellence in Education
Brune, Michelle Lyn – ProQuest LLC, 2010
At the time this study began, there were approximately 60 senior colleges and universities using Native American mascots or nicknames to represent their athletic teams (Fournier, 2003). Many Native Americans, coalitions, organizations, and researchers (Connolly, 2000; Davis, 2002; King & Springwood, 2000; NCAA, 2001) believe that these mascots…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Colleges, Semiotics, Group Unity
Barnette, J. Jackson – 1980
The Pennsylvania School Improvement Program (PSIP) was created to assist local schools and school districts in the development of curriculum improvement strategies. The process involves the use of "linkers," curriculum specialists who work with teams from the local level to ascertain needs, then connect the local teams with the research…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Change Agents, Change Strategies, Curriculum Development
Terry, Paul M. – 1996
Those engaged in school restructuring can find direction in the philosophy of W. Edwards Deming, which has guided the operations of many American corporations. This paper provides an overview of Deming's Fourteen Points of Total Quality Management (TQM) and discusses their applications to education. To develop a successful TQM system, the school…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Educational Quality, Elementary Secondary Education, Organizational Climate
Brunner, Ilse; And Others – 1997
Organizations are the product of the ideas and interactions of those who work in them. The challenge for learning in organizations is to have a shared purpose and vision of the organization, to develop new ideas arising out of the vision and purpose, to test the ideas in the organizational reality, and to communicate that knowledge to other…
Descriptors: Advisory Committees, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Institutional Mission
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Kormanski, Chuck – Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 1990
Used group development stage theory to investigate team development patterns in an academic setting. Twenty-nine teams of undergraduate college students enrolled in a study skills improvement course met weekly for five weeks and completed the Team Development Rating Scale at the conclusion of the meeting. Found some support for three patterns of…
Descriptors: College Students, Conflict Resolution, Group Behavior, Group Dynamics
Settles, Robert B.; Crisler, Jack R. – 1978
The traditional team concept in rehabilitation is a differentiated team in which each member performs a different function. In practice, such teams are rarely cooperative and their additive services are disjointed. Presented is the philosophic rationale for the revitalization of a large rehabilitation center serving mental patients. Reorganization…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Delivery Systems, Group Unity, Interdisciplinary Approach
Doggrell, Joan; And Others – 1982
At Clark County Community College, efforts to integrate occupational and humanities curricula have focused on introducing humanities materials directly into selected vocational courses, which are required for program majors. In fall 1982, philosophy was introduced to students in a "Fundamentals of Nursing" course through a module…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Humanities Instruction, Interdisciplinary Approach, Learning Modules
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