The processes of power and decision making
The processes of power and decision making
Internal and external participation
Internal Participation is based on:
· Encourage students and teachers to intervene in the management of the Center through its own bodies. The main objective of this Center will be to stimulate the special participation of students, through their elected representatives, with the aim of promoting participation habits in them.
External participation is based on:
· Strengthen and promote collaboration with other non-teaching institutions and institutions in the environment
· The Center will have an Internal Regime Regulation, updated and known by all.
Power, influence and decision making
Power can be defined as the ability of an individual or group of individuals to modify the behavior of other individuals or groups in the desired form and to prevent the behavior itself from being modified in the way it is not desired.
Influence is the ability to influence the behavior of others, to change the likelihood that other people respond in certain ways to certain stimuli.
Decision making consists of finding appropriate behavior to solve a problematic situation, in which, in addition, there are a series of uncertain events.
Conflict as an inevitable component of social organizations
The productive and plural condition of the interactions of power gives rise to conflicts as a source of transformation. This process of confrontation and conflict resolution is the basis of the growth of interaction between educational actors; Is the process that is established between stability and transformation.
Conflict is an interactive process of social construction in a closed context. It can be positive or negative, depending on how it is approached and ended transformed or surpassed by the parts that modify its behavior.
From the perspective of social organizations, disagreements in internal structures are reflected in the actors' representations of the identity of the organization, and the magnitude of the conflict depends on the compatibility between these representations.
Rights and duties of members of the school community
Educandos have the right to:
A) Receive education in quantity and quality that enable the development of their knowledge, skills and their sense of responsibility and social solidarity.
B) Be respected in their freedom of conscience, their religious, moral and political convictions within the framework of democratic coexistence.
The parents or guardians of the students have the right to:
A) To be recognized as natural and primary agent of education.
B) Participate in the activities of the educational establishments individually or through the representative collegiate bodies of the Educational Community.
Of the teachers:
A) To practice their profession on the basis of respect for the freedom of teaching and freedom of teaching, within the framework of the pedagogical and curricular norms established by the educational authority.
B) To enter the system through a system of competitions that guarantees professional suitability and respect for professional responsibilities, and ascend in the teaching career, on the basis of their own merits and professional updating.
Learning to live together: educational objective of the organization
Learning to live with others is an essential purpose of education and represents one of the main challenges for the current educational systems. It is a valuable learning in itself and essential for the construction of a more democratic, more solidary, more cohesive and more peaceful society.
Learning to live together, learning to live with others, besides being an essential purpose of education, represents one of the main challenges for the current educational systems.
It is a fundamental dimension of school change in general and, more specifically, a central core of most approaches to restructuring.
It refers to the use of formal and informal power by individuals and groups in order to achieve their goals in organizations.
Coexistence: a global organizational approach
Coexistence in schools is a common concern of all members of the school community. This problem is present continuously in the conversations, in the discussions, in the specialized press.
It is for many people one of the most important problems facing the educational system today in a global organizational approach.