he school all work towards ensuring their students gain the essential skills required in the utilisation of these resources and enhance the learning attribute. This remains closely related to the culture of the PLC in which collaboration remains a fundamental element in ensuring students learning becomes comprehensive.
The school culture however does not fully align to the PLC tenet because of the imminent challenges faced in the implementation of the various aspects which define a PLC. The teachers are evaluated based on the capability for students to achieve definite targets but there is a limitation in the approach utilised by teachers in enhancing learning. Teachers can implement different approaches which they consider effective in achievement of impressive results. An authentic alignment of the processes to those of the PLC would be achieved through increased sharing between the teachers regarding the approaches which they utilise to enhance learning. This can result in the adoption of a single approach in seeking to implement a uniform approach for enhancing student learning capabilities.
In achieving this authentic alignment, the school would face numerous challenges regarding the present organisational culture. Among the challenges which the organisation must overcome include the following
The teachers within the school have fundamental beliefs in the students’ capabilities to learn, following the application of different teaching approaches. Many of the teachers commonly try to utilise different approaches in seeking to ensure that there is success in the teaching of the teaching elements. The aspect of trying out different approaches remains an indication of belief that the students are capable of learning. During the staff meetings, planned to undertake reviews of the teaching within the school, teachers commonly have different proposals aimed at ensuring the capability of students to learn. These proposals serve as fundamental aspects for ...Show more