The Relation between Teachers’ Individual Values and Their Perception of Leadership

Fatih Bektas, Ahmet Nalçacı, Engin Karadag

Abstract


The present study aims to determine how much teachers’ individual values predict their teacher leadership behaviors. The population of the research consists of teachers working in elementary schools located in the city center of Erzurum, Turkey. The sample of the research consists of 388 teachers chosen with the random sampling method. Data were obtained from “Individual values” and “Teacher leadership” scales. Pearson Product Moment Correlation Analysis and Multiple Linear Regression Analysis methods were used in analyzing data. Findings showed that teachers’ individual values predict their teacher leadership behaviors at the rate of 37%. It was also determined that the most important individual values in teacher leadership are responsibility, candidness, discipline, respect and sharing variables. 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v3i6.4858

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