El Liderazgo Escolar a través del Análisis de la Actividad Diaria de los Directores

Julián López-Yáñez, Eduardo García-Jiménez, Nieves Oliva-Rodríguez, Begoña Moreta-Jurado, Alejandro Bellerín

Resumen


En este artículo se analiza la actividad diaria de los directivos escolares. Este ha sido uno de los enfoques adoptados en el marco de un proyecto de investigación en curso que trata de conocer las características y patrones de distribución del liderazgo en las escuelas. Para ello hemos utilizado una metodología basada en un Registro Diario de la Actividad Escolar (REDAE) que se envió durante dos semanas a 42 líderes de 39 escuelas –la mayoría directores/as– tanto primarias como secundarias de dos provincias andaluzas. Se les pedía que cumplimentaran el registro al final de la jornada escolar, proporcionando información acerca de la actividad que consideraban más relevante del día. Los resultados obtenidos reflejan quién lidera la actividad en los centros, cómo se ejerce el liderazgo en relación a aspectos como la enseñanza, la gestión, las relaciones sociales y el desarrollo profesional, así como las actitudes y sentimientos experimentados por los directivos durante el desempeño de las tareas. 


Palabras clave


Liderazgo distribuido; Gestión escolar; Liderazgo docente; Registros diarios.

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