A great deal of research on teachers' perceptions about the teacher leadership approach has been conducted in different countries. However, little has been written on the teacher leadership in Kurdish schools. To achieve this objective, a case study was performed that involved two Kurdish secondary schools in the Sumel District belonging to the Dohuk Governorate in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). In this book, you will find the perceptions of the Kurdish teachers about teacher leadership approach, which includes: decision making, changing, solving problems, and freedom during teaching. And also, you will see how principal and supervisor deal with an ambitious teacher who want to change and share the decision making inside the school.
Zeki Ababakir Meho is a secondary school teacher, with 12 years of teaching. In 2016 he obtained a Master of Art: School Improvement & Educational Leadership from the University of Birmingham - United Kingdom (UK).
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Teacher Leadership, working together, Changing, Decision Making, Freedom
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