Building and leading learning cultures: A case study of a Shanghai primary school

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Abstract

Using the data collected from the principal, vice principal, mid-level leaders, and teachers of a primary school in Shanghai, the paper attempts to illustrate what school leaders can do to build and sustain learning cultures and how the learning culture impacts teachers’ sense of belonging to the school and their dedication to ongoing learning.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2014

Citation

Qian, H., Walker, A., & Yang, X. (2014, November). Building and leading learning cultures: A case study of a Shanghai primary school. Paper presented at The University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Convention 2014: Righting civil wrongs: Education for racial justice & human rights, The University of Virginia, Washington Hilton, Washington.

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