Shared and Supportive Leadership





1. Teachers are frequently involved in discussions and decision making about most teaching and learning issues

2. These discussions (mentioned in no 1 above) usually take place during meetings (e.g. staff meetings)

3. The principal incorporates advice from staff members to make decisions about school improvement

4. Teachers have access to key information (e.g. when to take professional training, discuss key issues affecting their school etc.)

5. The principal addresses areas where support is needed in teaching and learning

6. Opportunities are provided for teachers to suggest how their school can be improved

7. Heads of departments effectively support teachers

8. The principal shares responsibility in the school

9. The principal rewards teachers for innovative actions

10. The principal participates democratically with teachers in sharing power

11. Leadership among all teachers are promoted in the school

12. Leadership among all non-teaching staff are promoted in the school

13. Leadership among all learners are promoted in the school

14. Leadership among all parents are promoted in the school

15. Decision-making takes place through committees in the school

16. There is communication (formal or informal) across various areas in the school (e.g. grade and subject area interaction)

17. Stakeholders (e.g. parents, teachers, principal, community and the government) assume shared responsibility for the school

18. Teachers use multiple sources (e.g. different text books, internet sources, etc.) of data to make decisions about teaching and learning


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