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A Case Study Regarding the Application of Teacher Leadership in Interdisciplinary Integrated Curriculum
Interdisciplinary Integrated Curriculum
Junior High School Brilliant Project in Taipei City
The study took the junior high school brilliant project in Taipei City as an example to understand the context and the development of teacher leadership applied in interdisciplinary integrated curriculum through interviews and document analysis. The purpose of this study was to understand the context, development, achievements, and predicament of interdisciplinary integrated curriculum and collaborative development of implementation between teachers in different fields, and to have the study as a reference for related research concerning inter-disciplinary curriculum design and innovation Interdisciplinary Curriculum Design and Innovative Teaching led by teachers. According to the analysis and findings from the case study, the conclusions of this study are summarized as follows. First, the leadership of teaching professionals grants teachers the legitimacy of leadership. Second, communication and sharing promote the interaction and support of emotional connection between teachers. Third, personality traits have become the inner drive of teacher leadership. Fourth, teacher leadership needs the support from internal conditions. Fifth, teachers can practice distributed leadership through the interaction of PLC. Based on the findings of the study, the suggestions are as follows. A. The suggestions for junior high school teachers. a. Take the initiative to understand one’s own rights and responsibilities, and to assist the management and development in the school. b. Collaborate with peers to enhance professional development, and expand one’s multiple abilities positively. B. The suggestions for the executives in junior high schools. a. Create a friendly and co-learning atmosphere of the school. b. Implement distributed leadership, and provide the opportunities of development of teacher leadership. C. The suggestions for the educational administrative organizations. a. Provide teachers with diversified in-service training courses to improve the teacher leadership competency. b. Issue related decrees and rewards to encourage teachers to participate in leadership. Keywords: Teacher Leadership, Interdisciplinary Integrated Curriculum, Junior High School Brilliant Project in Taipei City
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