Gestión del clima social escolar desde el liderazgo educativo

  • Richar Parra Robledo Magíster en Gestión directiva y en Investigación educativa
Palabras clave: liderazgo educativo, clima social escolar e influencia

Resumen

El presente artículo es una reflexión teórica sobre la gestión del clima social escolar desde un liderazgo educativo, sumado a una contextualización de los efectos de la relación directivo/líder y el clima organizacional, específicamente en la creación de unas condiciones laborales que incidan positivamente en los docentes. Concretamente, se estudia en la línea del liderazgo educativo y su influencia en la motivación a los profesores. La propuesta de reflexión teorica, esta dividida en dos partes, la primera, en datos teóricos para comprender y contextualizar la temática. La segunda, mediante el análisis crítico de estudios de casos de clima social escolar en Chile, se contracta la teoría y práctica. Los reflexiones obtenidas referencian el pragmatismo y empirismo de la propuesta al considerar la influencia y las posibilidades de intervenciones a la luz del enfoque interaccionista. Las conclusiones en temas de liderazgo es la caracterización del líder como persona, sumado a que las prácticas de dirección deben responder a su contexto.

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Richar Parra Robledo, Magíster en Gestión directiva y en Investigación educativa

Magíster en Gestión directiva, Máster en Investigación Educativa y Doctorando en Educación, Chile

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Publicado
2017-06-30
Cómo citar
Parra Robledo, R. (2017). Gestión del clima social escolar desde el liderazgo educativo. Revista Iberoamericana De Educación, 74(1), 119-132. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.35362/rie741630
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- Gestión escolar