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The Teacher and the Community School Culture and Organizational Leadership

Examines the role of teachers in fostering positive school culture, community engagement, and effective organizational leadership within educational settings.

teacher

community

school

culture

organizational

leadership

education

collaboration

engagement

partnership

empowerment

communication

respect

diversity

inclusion

This requires a high degree of involvement from employees but it is clear that they alone have the authority to make the final decisions

  • Consultative Leader

In Reproduction function, Family is the approved social units for producing members to replace those who die or move away.

  • True
  • False

It may be the food we eat, your cars, your houses or anything that members of society make, use and share

  • Material culture

An effective classroom discussion can be achieved by probing more questions among the students, paraphrasing the information received, using questions to develop critical thinking with questions

  • True
  • False

all the following are qualities of a leader, except one.

  • Tolerant of open disagreement
  • Arrives early-stays late
  • Trusts only words and numbers on paper

a religious group integrated with society.

  • sect
  • church
  • cult

This comes from the belief that a person has the right to make demands, and expect compliance and obedience from others

  • Legitimate

It is based on the belief that Jesus Christ was the son of God and the redeemer of mankind

  • Christianity

This kind of leadership invites the active participation of subordinates to share in decision-making process as much as possible.

  • Participative leaderships

This leader makes the final decision but he invites other members to contribute to the decision-making process, which increases job satisfaction by involving team members and also helps to develop people’s skills.

  • Laissez-Faire Leaders
  • Bureaucratic Leaders
  • Democratic Leaders

Consists of a mother, a father, and children living in one roof

  • Conjugal or Nuclear Family

Shown by receiving donations and redistributing them to the people who need basic goods and services.

  • Supportive function

Brings huge doses of enthusiasm into his or her team, and is very energetic in driving others forward.

  • Charismatic Leaders

This is a very right approach for work involving serious safety risks or where large sums of money are involved (such as cash process).

  • Democratic Leaders
  • Bureaucratic Leaders
  • Autocratic Leaders

It is a systematic way of doing something. It implies an orderly logical arrangement of steps.

  • Teaching Technique
  • Teaching Strategy
  • Teaching Method
  • Your answer: is

In teacher centered approach, the teacher is perceived to be the only reliable source of information

  • True
  • False

It is present in religious activities that are conducted for its members like family day, youth day, etc.

  • Disciplinary function
  • Explanatory function
  • Revitalizing function

In the case of duty, the person will be involved in activity without any self-interest.

  • True
  • False

They are referred as customs. They are measurements of behavior but not approved by society.

  • Folkways

A very essential social institution that enables us to learn values, enhance or knowledge and refine our skills for our future.

  • education
  • religion
  • government

This comes from the belief that a person has the right to make demands, and expect compliance and obedience from others.

  • Legitimate

A form of conflict in which individuals or groups confine their conflict within agreed-upon rules.

  • conflict
  • competition
  • exchange

Prepares students for their later occupational roles, to select, train and allocate individuals into the division of labor.

  • Economic purpose

Socially defined positions that people occupy

  • status
  • institution
  • occupation

It serves as the power of every individual it allows us to communicate with one another.

  • Language

refers to the preference for a large or small group, for being alone, or for adult assistance

  • sociological preference
  • environmental preference
  • emotional preference

an approach where the teacher facilitates the learning process by allowing the learner to be engaged in the learning process with his/her guidance.

  • individualistic approach
  • constructivist approach
  • indirect teaching approach

This problem arise when people or groups have incompatible values or complication with each other when the rewards or resources available to a society or its members are limited

  • Conflict

Evident in the feelings of awe, excitement, relief, enlightenment

  • Euphoric function

a religious group that is outside cultural norms which is typically around a charismatic leader.

  • cult
  • church
  • sect

Written rules of conduct enacted and enforced by government

  • Laws

a social institution that answers questions and explains something that could not be explained. For example, provides explanations for why things happen and also enlightens the mystery of birth and death.

  • education
  • religion
  • family

Those who attend and worship the same deity, there is a tendency that they are unified and manifest a group identity

  • Cohesive function

It is intangible but this influences our behavior like our language, beliefs, values, rules of behavior, family patterns and political system

  • Non-material culture

Couple follows procedures specified by the state or other jurisdiction with a legal contract

  • Ceremonial Marriage

Followers that excel at all tasks, engage strongly with the group and providing intelligent yet sensitive support and challenge to the leader.

  • Exemplary followers

it is also called the coaching style

  • demonstrating
  • collaborating
  • lecturing

refers to the preferences in lighting, sound, temperature, and physical room arrangement

  • environmental preference
  • physical preference
  • sociological preference

The collective identity is founded in affinity to a particular national, racial, or cultural group

  • Ethnic, caste, or class community

Follow the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, a spiritual teacher of the sixth century B.C.E

  • Buddhism

An example of this is for a group to separate themselves apart from society by their lifestyle.

  • Sect

Followers that do as they are told, but do not think critically

  • Passive followers

Period where free education in the public schools was provide all over the country, in accordance with the 1935 constitution

  • The Commonwealth Period

Done by reminding the members to observe environmental conservation and the like.

  • Ecological function

Basis of power of a leader that comes from the belief that a person has the right to make demands, and expect compliance and obedience from others

  • Expert
  • Referent
  • Legitimate

It refers to the evaluation of other cultures by comparison with our own.

  • Ethnocentrism

A kinship traced through mother’s family; property passed from mother to daughter

  • Bilateral descent
  • Patrilineal descent
  • Matrilineal descent

A form of conflict in which individuals or groups confine their conflict within agreed-upon rules

  • Competition

An interactive classroom will have more student talk and less teacher talk.

  • True
  • False

Abortion, addiction, cannibalism, offensive language, slavery, etc. are examples of ________.

  • Taboos

The resolution of conflict by adjusting oneself to the new environment.

  • Accommodation

This law gave Filipinos a complete system of education from elementary to the collegiate level

  • The Educational Decree of 1863

Followers of __________ are called Muslims

  • Islam

They believe in the principle of karma.

  • Hinduism

refers to the preference in level of student responsibility and persistence, structure, and supervision

  • sociological
  • Emotional
  • Physical

Lecturing method is the process of teaching through examples or experiments.

  • True
  • False

According to them, Teacher leaders lead within and beyond the classroom; identify with and contribute to a community of teacher learners and leaders; influence others toward improved educational practice; and accept responsibility for achieving the outcomes of their leadership

  • Hand & Penuel
  • York-Barr & Duke
  • Katzenmeyer & Moller

Basis of power of a leader that based on a person's superior skill and knowledge.

  • coercive
  • expert
  • referent

He believed that systems must be change to overcome oppression and improve human conditions.

  • Paulo Freire
  • Theodore Counts
  • Theodore Brameld

It is the most universal social institution, but varies across cultures

  • government
  • family
  • religion

This results from one person's ability to compensate another for compliance

  • Reward

It is the obligation to successfully complete an assigned task.

  • RESPONSIBILITY
  • DUTY
  • CHOICE

Do not worship a single person or deity. They are guided by a set of ancient cultural beliefs

  • Hinduism

They participate, but do not provide healthy criticism.

  • Pragmatic followers
  • Alienated followers
  • Conformist followers

An organization designed for the teaching students under the guidance of teachers.

  • School

Example of this is the Roman Catholic Church which is well integrated in the society of Spain.

  • Church

teaching technique is a well-defined procedure used to accomplish a specific activity or task.

  • True
  • False

They are the standards by which we assess goodness, acceptability, beauty or desirability.

  • Values are ideas

Do as they are told, but do not think critically

  • Passive followers
  • Exemplary followers
  • Alienated followers

Marriage between members of the same category, class, or group

  • Endogamy
  • Monogamy
  • Exogamy

This process occurs when people act together to promote same interests or achieve shared goals

  • Cooperation

This is the result of a person's perceived attractiveness, worthiness, and right to respect from others

  • Referent

This collective identity is founded in a certain neighborhood or region

  • Local community

Religious group that is outside cultural norms which is typically around a charismatic leader

  • Cult

Refers to a situation when a culture takes time to adapt with technological innovations that will cause for social problems and other conflicts.

  • Culture lag

Described leadership as “the process of influencing and supporting others to work enthusiastically toward achieving objectives.”

  • John Newstrom and Keith Davis

A social institution that answers questions and explains something that could not be explained

  • Religion

Parents, siblings, and other relatives serve as the earliest role models

  • True
  • False

Mother holds most of the authority

  • Egalitarian
  • Patriarchy
  • Monogamy
  • Matriarchy

It is a long term plan of action designed to achieve a particular goal.

  • Teaching approach
  • Teaching technique
  • Teaching strategy
  • Your answer: is

a religious group that sets itself apart from society as a whole.

  • church
  • sect
  • cult

Ability to understand a culture based on its own terms or meaning rather than comparing or judging it using the standards of other cultures.

  • Cultural relativism

The Empiricist Educator

  • John Locke
  • Herbert Spencer
  • John Dewey

A group of people who are related by marriage, blood, or adoption and who often live together and share economic resources.

  • social organization
  • family
  • economic institution

The collective identity is founded in a particular historic, conceptual, or sociopolitical community that stretches across the local, administrative, social, instrumental, or ethnic communities: for example, the Christian, scholarly, or socialist communities

  • Ideological community

This requires a high degree of involvement from employees but it is clear that they alone have the authority to make the final decisions.

  • Autocratic leader
  • Free-rein leaders
  • Consultative Leader

A kind of marriage that couple follows procedures specified by the state or other jurisdiction with a legal contract

  • Ceremonial Marriage
  • correct1
  • Common-law marriage
  • law marriage

It instructs, especially moral education, and passes down values to all members.

  • Education function

Term which surrounds the social behavior, which affects other members of society, as well as the knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, customs, capabilities and habits of the individuals in these groups.(

  • Culture

Basis of power of a leader that comes from the belief that a person can punish others for noncompliance.

  • coercive
  • referent
  • legitimate

Basis of power of a leader that refers to the result of a person's perceived attractiveness, worthiness, and right to respect from others.

  • Referent
  • Expert
  • legitimate

Marriage between members of different categories, classes, or groups

  • Exogamy:
  • Monogamy
  • Endogamy

Leaders are an excessive form of transactional leadership, where a leader makes use of high levels of power over his team members.

  • Charismatic Leaders
  • Autocratic Leaders
  • Democratic Leaders

Preference in level of student responsibility and persistence, structure, and supervision

  • Emotional

A group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common

  • Community

Sensory mode preference in learning plus the need for movement, food intake, and a specific time of day

  • Physical

Basis of power of a leader that results from one person's ability to compensate another for compliance.

  • legitimate
  • reward
  • expert

These are the elements, traits that are common to all people with different cultures.

  • Cultural universals

He believed that Education is not based on eternal truths but is relative to a particular society living at a given time and space

  • George Counts
  • Herbert Spencer
  • John Dewey

It arise when people or groups have incompatible values or when the rewards or resources available to a society or its members are limited.

  • competition
  • rivalry
  • conflict

It is a monotheistic religion that predates Christianity and is built on the belief that they are the “chosen people” of God.

  • Judaism
  • Hinduism
  • Buddhism

Preferences in lighting, sound, temperature, and physical room arrangement

  • Environmental

This collective identity is founded in a particular set of interpersonal relationships without regard to local or administrative boundaries

  • Social community

This comes from the belief that a person can punish others for noncompliance

  • Coercive

Allow the students to "thaw" and to judge their experience and progress toward change or transformation.

  • demonstration
  • lecturing
  • debriefing

It gives concrete terms how we should behave – what we should do and what we should not do.

  • Norm

Family provides guidance to the psychological development of its members and provides a loving environment

  • Emotional Support

Derives from the Latin “Colere”

  • Culture

According to them, Teacher leadership is the process by which teachers, individually or collectively, influence their colleagues, principals, and other members of the school communities to improve teaching and learning practices with the aim of increased student learning and achievement

  • York-Barr & Duke
  • Katzenmeyer & Moller
  • Hand & Penuel

Child abuse, rape, car napping will violate __________.

  • Mores laws

They excel at all tasks, engage strongly with the group and providing intelligent yet sensitive support and challenge to the leader.

  • Exemplary followers
  • Pragmatic followers
  • Conformist followers

A monotheistic religion that predates Christianity and is built on the belief that they are the “chosen people” of God.

  • Judaism

Driving while drunk, theft, murder, and trespassing are all examples violating the _____.

  • Law

Distinguish right from wrong

  • Mores

This is considered the highest form of building good relationship

  • Leadership by inspiring and molding ideas.

This is based on a person's superior skill and knowledge

  • Expert

Education socializes children into their various roles, behaviors and values of society

  • Social Purpose

Preference for a large or small group, for being alone, or for adult assistance

  • Sociological

This collective identity is found in a particular politically determined identity for example, the city, county, or school district community.

  • Administrative community

The four methods of leadership are Leadership by assignmentr, Leadership by teaching and explaning

  • Coercive leadership

We can create loads production of goods that can be used by us with the creativity given by __________

  • Technology

Spencer’s concept of “survival of the fittest” means that human development had gone through an evolutionary series of stages from the simple to the complex and from the uniform to the more specialized kind of activity.

  • True
  • False

It is evident in the feelings of awe, excitement, relief, enlightenment

  • Supportive function
  • Euphoric function
  • Explanatory function

It is a process whereby one individual influences other group members toward the attainment of defined group or organizational goals.”

  • Teaching-learning process
  • socialization
  • leadership

Refers to teaching approach which the students are expected to create knowledge and meaning out for what they are taught by connecting them to prior experience.

  • constructivist approach
  • direct teaching approach
  • teacher centered approach

A social structures and social mechanisms of social order and cooperation that govern the behavior of its members.

  • government
  • social institution
  • economic institutions

In responsibility, a person takes upon the duty to complete the task and to make the task a success.

  • True
  • False

Provides a pattern for moral behavior and emphasizes on the punishment for those who go against the norms.

  • Cohesive function
  • Disciplinary function
  • Supportive function

Kinship is traced through the father’s family; property is passed from father to son

  • Patrilineal descent

Order that required the teaching of the Filipino, national language in the senior year of all high schools and in all years in the normal schools

  • Executive Order No. 263

They recall events and give meanings of things like a statue, handshake, college ring, flag etc.

  • Symbols

They are independent thinkers, but do not commit to a leader.

  • Exemplary followers
  • Passive followers
  • Alienated followers

Religious group that is outside cultural norms which is typically around a charismatic leader.

  • Cult

Also known as “free-rein”

  • Laissez-Faire

The Learning through Experience by ________.

  • Herbert Spencer
  • John Dewey
  • George Counts

A kinship that traced through the father’s family; property is passed from father to son

  • Bilateral descent
  • Patrilineal descent
  • Matrilineal descent

According to them, The process of teacher leadership is intensified in a prison setting where the environment for blending leadership practices is complex.

  • Hand & Penuel
  • York-Barr & Duke
  • Katzenmeyer & Moller

a kinship traced through both parents; property inherited from either side of the family

  • Bilateral descent
  • Patrilineal descent
  • Matrilineal descent

Marriage between one woman and more than one man

  • polygyny
  • Polygamy
  • Polyandry

This type of interaction refers to the process which people give idea or information to others with the purpose of receiving a reward in return.

  • Exchange

Primary concern: Develop group interrelationship as well as getting the job done.

  • Autocratic leadership
  • Participative leaderships
  • Free-rein leaders

Followers that refers to independent thinkers, but do not commit to a leader.

  • Alienated followers

This function prevents family to doubt about the legitimacy of children and property rights in some cultures

  • Regulation of Sexual Activity

Family is a group of people who are related by marriage, blood, or adoption and who often live together and share economic resources.

  • True
  • False

One who emphasizes on his subordinates their authority to make decisions and abide by such decisions with no exceptions.

  • Democratic Leader

All the following are qualities of a leader, except one

  • Comfortable with people in their workplaces
  • Thinks a personal rewards, status, and how he or she looks to outsiders
  • Simplifies - make it look easily

A family system where parents and children and other kin such as aunts, uncles, and cousins all live under the same roof.

  • Nuclear Family
  • Consanguine Family
  • Conjugal Family

Jaywalking and counter flowing will violate ______.

  • Folkway laws

Collaboration allows student to actively participate in the learning process by giving own opinion and not listening to others.

  • True
  • False

A family system that consists of a mother, a father, and children living in one roof

  • Consanguine Family
  • Extended Family
  • Nuclear Family

Appeals to the best in each person; problem-solver; advice giver; cheerleader

  • Leader
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