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|Other Titles:||Professional Development of Principals: Constructing of Indicators|
Department od Education, NTNU
The aim of this study was to construct professional development indicators for the principals of elementary and junior high schools and then test in the validity and reliability through a questionnaire. The process consisted of three stages. At first, the researcher reviewed a wide range of literature related to professional development to compile a list of ten patterns associated with the professional development of principals. Second, eight experts were assembled for a focus group to examine the indicators. Nine other experts evaluated the questionnaire for content validity before drafting a preliminary version of the questionnaire. Finally, the revised version was trial-tested and revised as the final version to test the indicators. The proposed questionnaire was found to have acceptable reliability and validity. A number of practical recommendations were made for administrators and principals of elementary and junior high schools.
|Appears in Collections:||教育研究集刊|
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