International Journal of Progressive Education
Abbreviation: IJPE | ISSN (Print): 1554-5210 | DOI: 10.29329/ijpe

Original article | International Journal of Progressive Education 2021, Vol. 17(2) 331-351

The Examination of Relationship Between Lifelong Learning Trends of School Administrators and Teachers, and Their Innovative and Entrepreneurial Behavior Levels

Duygu Gür Erdoğan & Çiğdem Ayanoğlu

pp. 331 - 351   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijpe.2020.332.21

Published online: April 07, 2021  |   Number of Views: 7  |  Number of Download: 38


Abstract

The aim of this study is to examine lifelong learning tendencies of school administrators and teachers and their innovative and entrepreneurial behavior levels in accordance with many variables (gender, task type, and branch) and to determine the relationship between the lifelong learning tendencies of administrators and teachers, and their innovative and entrepreneurial behavior levels. The study is a quantitative one and performed by means of a correlational research design model. The sample of the study is composed of 608 school administrators and teachers who work in Sakarya province during the 2017-2018 school year and voluntarily participate in the study. The research data were obtained through “Lifelong Learning Tendency Scale” developed by Gür Erdoğan and Arsal (2016) and adapted to Turkish by Çalışkan, Akkoç and Turunç (2011),  “Innovative Behavior Scale” developed by Scott and Bruce (1994) and “Entrepreneurial Behavior Scale” developed by Zampetakis (2009). As a result of the research, it is revealed that there is a significant, positive, and moderate relation between lifelong learning tendencies of school administrators and teachers, and their innovative behavior and entrepreneurial behavior levels. In this sense, in-service trainings, applied activities, project studies for entrepreneurial and innovative behavioral skills that support lifelong learning skills of school administrators and teachers can be carried out and the effectiveness of the programs prepared in this direction can be evaluated.

Keywords: Lifelong Learning, Entrepreneurial Behavior, Innovative Behavior, School Administrators, Teacher


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APA 6th edition
Erdogan, D.G. & Ayanoglu, C. (2021). The Examination of Relationship Between Lifelong Learning Trends of School Administrators and Teachers, and Their Innovative and Entrepreneurial Behavior Levels . International Journal of Progressive Education, 17(2), 331-351. doi: 10.29329/ijpe.2020.332.21

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Erdogan, D. and Ayanoglu, C. (2021). The Examination of Relationship Between Lifelong Learning Trends of School Administrators and Teachers, and Their Innovative and Entrepreneurial Behavior Levels . International Journal of Progressive Education, 17(2), pp. 331-351.

Chicago 16th edition
Erdogan, Duygu Gur and Cigdem Ayanoglu (2021). "The Examination of Relationship Between Lifelong Learning Trends of School Administrators and Teachers, and Their Innovative and Entrepreneurial Behavior Levels ". International Journal of Progressive Education 17 (2):331-351. doi:10.29329/ijpe.2020.332.21.

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