Concept of Teacher Leaders and Creation of Friendly Climate in the Classroom: In Secondary Education (High School), in Albania

Arjola Manreka

Abstract


Studies have shown that many people are not satisfied with the condition of the schools, that frequent changes in education reform. These changes have led to changes in organizational role to the school, in modifying the roles of the staff who work in this institution. Thus modified noted the role of teachers, relationship that they have with students. Introducing a new concept for teachers, leadership and style that they use in the relationship with students is a concept that is widely studied. This study is one of many ongoing studies enterprises and other foreign and Albanian. And it aims to address those aspects of the educational institution, which exhibit problematic and should be improved. The main hypothesis of this study: 1. Teachers prevents domineering leadership style (is inversely) with the development of a warm and friendly climate in relation to students. The teacher promotes democratic leadership style (is a positive correlation) with the development of a warm and friendly climate in relation to students. The purpose of this study is to determine the style of leadership that the teacher uses positive or negative influences, to create a friendly climate with students. The sample of this study are students and teachers of three profiled high school, a town on the outskirts of Tirana and two other schools in the urban area of the capital city. The study included 165 subjects who completed a questionnaire and a semi-structured interview methods to prove the hypothesis. The study revealed that students are frustrated by their teacher communication. Also teachers are not open to the opinions of students. An domineering teacher who remains in the framework of traditional teachers, does not create a positive climate with students, and no cooperative relationship with them. Study in these three schools, showed the great need that the teacher was democratic, where students had the opportunity to speak freely and openly about everything, even for problems of concern. Some of the valuable recommendations: Teachers should tell students meet what is expected of them to improve the positive climate of learning. Teacher should be a facilitator, guide, model creative and good at making decisions.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n3s1p322


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