Hallinger Philip (2003). Â« Leading Educational Change : reflections on the practice of instructional and transformational leadership Â». Cambridge Journal of Education, vol. 33, nÂ° 3, novembre, p. 329–351.
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BibTeX citation key: Hallinger2003
Keywords: leadership, rĂ©forme
Collection: Cambridge Journal of Education
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Over the past two decades, debate over the most suitable leadership role for
principals has been dominated by two conceptual models: instructional leadership and transformational leadership. This article reviews the conceptual and empirical development of these two leadership models. The author concludes that the suitability or effectiveness of a particular leadership model is linked to factors in the external environment and the local context of a school. Moreover, the paper argues that the definitions of the two models are also evolving in response to the changing needs of schools in the context of global educational reforms.
Added by: Marie Gaussel