Öğretmenlere Göre Okul Müdürlerinin Teknolojik Liderlik Davranışları Ve Bilgi Yönetimini Gerçekleştirme Düzeyleri
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This research aims to examine technological leadership behaviors exhibited by in teachers’ use of technology and school’s knowledge management according to secondary school teachers’ views on the basis of some variables. It also aims to find out the existence and level of relationship between technological leadership and knowledge management and to determine whether these behaviors predict knowledge management. The correlational survey model has been used. The study group consisted of teachers from secondary schools in Mamak district of Ankara in the 2017-2018 academic year. The data was collected through “School Principal Technological Leadership Behavior Scale (SPTLB-S)” developed for this study and "Knowledge Management Scale (KM-S)” developed by Özgözgü (2015). According to the main result; teachers’ views regarding technological behaviors exhibited by the principals is at a “agree (4/5)” level for the overall and all sub-dimensions. No statistically meaningful differences found between sub-groups of all variables. Teachers’ views regarding school’s knowledge management is at a “agree (4/5)” level for the overall and all sub-dimensions. No statistically meaningful differences found between sub-groups of all independent variables except for professional experience. There is a statistically significant, positive and 'very weak' correlation/relationship between the overall of technological leadership behaviors, and some dimensions of it and school’s knowledge management overall, and some dimensions of it in terms of one-to-one comparisons. When the level of the technological leadership behaviors increases, school’s knowledge management increases too. The predictive fact was found to be significant in the sixteen of twenty-six correlation cases.