Values of school organization in the context of learning organization (experience of the LangOERproject)

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Anglų kalba / English
Values of school organization in the context of learning organization (experience of the LangOERproject)
In the Journal:
Human resources management and ergonomics [HRM&E]. 2016, vol. 10, no. 2, p. 97-107
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Vertybės; Organizacinės vertybės; Žinių organizacijos; Besimokanti organizacija; Švietimo praktikai; Atvirieji švietimo ištekliai; Values; Organizational values; School organization; Knowledge organization; Learning organization; Educational practice; Open educational resources (OER).
Švietimas. Švietimo politika / Education. Education policy; Besimokanti organizacija; Organizacinės vertybės; Švietimo praktikai; Vertybės; Žinių organizacijos.
Knowledge organization; Learning organization; Open educational resources (OER); Organizational values; School organization; Values.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThis study was aimed at identification of the values, grounding educational practices in the school as an organization in the context of a learning organization, and how employees perceive them. For the research of organizational values 170 teachers of Kaunas city schools were interviewed. Questionnaire was based on dimensions of organizational values determined by Glomseth, R., Gottschalk, P. & Hole A. S. (2010), who constitute a scale of 21 bipolar values with the additional statements reflecting learning organization issues. The project LangOER 2013 – 4107 / 001 – 001); (No. 543239-LLP1-1-2013-LV-KA2-KA2NW (the Faculty of Public Security at Mykolas Romeris University is the partner in a Consortium led by the Fryske Academy in the Netherlands) enabled approaching Lithuanian teachers with the question about the relation between learning in organizations and the values behind learning. The research data allow to conclude that teachers perceived their organizations as potentially learning organizations, but also the barriers for the development of the school into a learning organization can be identified. [From the publication]

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