Leadership Effects on Student Learning Mediated by Teacher Emotions
AbstractSchool leaders’ influence on student achievement is largely indirect. Using systematic review techniques, this paper assesses the impact that leaders have on their students when they focus their improvement efforts on those teacher emotions or dispositions known to have direct effects on teaching and learning in the classroom. Building on an earlier conceptions of how leadership influences student learning and based on a review of research over the last 25 years, this study identifies four distinct teacher emotions which have significant effects on student learning—collective teacher efficacy, teacher commitment, teacher trust in others, and Organizational Citizenship Behavior. This review also describes leadership practices likely to foster productive teacher emotions, most such practices reflecting a transformational approach to leadership. View Full-Text
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Sun, J.; Leithwood, K. Leadership Effects on Student Learning Mediated by Teacher Emotions. Societies 2015, 5, 566-582.
Sun J, Leithwood K. Leadership Effects on Student Learning Mediated by Teacher Emotions. Societies. 2015; 5(3):566-582.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sun, Jingping; Leithwood, Kenneth. 2015. "Leadership Effects on Student Learning Mediated by Teacher Emotions." Societies 5, no. 3: 566-582.