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|Other Titles:||Research Study on Role Fulfillment of Homeroom Teachers in Junior Secondary Schools|
Department od Education, NTNU
An excellent homeroom teacher can guarantee the success of the homeroom system. The thesis of this paper is to offer research regarding the multiple roles of the homeroom teacher in a junior high school and possible ways to enhance the fulfillment of the homeroom teacher's responsibilities in order to attain the goals of junior secondary education.The followings are the main points to be studied：I. The level of agreement that the homeroom teacher has with the role expectations placed on him or her.II. The degree of fulfillment that the teacher has actually achieved regarding his multiple roles.III. The attitude of the teacher toward the homeroom system in order to investigate the reasons why the system does not work well.IV. Based on the above conclusions, some suggestions are given as to possible ways to improve the present homeroom system.The research method adopted here is the investigatory one and the subjects are present junior secondary teachers in Taiwan.The main findings are：1. Role Expectation─Over 90% of the teachers who represent many subject areas agree with the items of the role expectation. This manifests the teachers' considerable understanding of their role as homeroom teachers and their willingness to fulfill it. However, there are still some teachers who either do not have the proper idea of their educational responsibility to society or they do not care to fulfill it.II. Role Fulfillment ─ Generally speaking, the teachers' actual role fulfillment is 10 to 20 percent lower than their level of agreement. As for the following items：teaching, evaluation, creativity and administration, agreement with role expectation and actual fulfillment is almost the same. For creativity it is the same.III. View points regarding the homeroom system ─ Different view points seem related to whether the teacher is male or female, married or unmarried. The difference between view points of male and female teachers is great.
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