Rethinking School and Organization Assignment

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Running Head: Rethinking School and OrganizationEDUCATIONRethinking School and Organization
Rethinking School and Organization1Table of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................1Critical pedagogical approach....................................................................................................2Implementation of critical pedagogical approach to creating systematic change in schools.....3Homeostatic Forces....................................................................................................................4Role of homeostatic forces in promoting change in schools......................................................5Innovative Forces.......................................................................................................................6Role of innovative forces in promoting change in schools........................................................7School development stages........................................................................................................8Role of innovative and homeostatic forces in development of these stages..............................9Development of Synergistic Insights on schooling..................................................................10Development of good schools ecology....................................................................................11Conclusion................................................................................................................................12References................................................................................................................................141
Rethinking School and Organization2IntroductionIt is believed that school contributes more towards the creation of educated society. In thispaper, we will study the role of critical pedagogical and homeostatic and innovative forces inchanges and promote education qualities of schools stages like climate, curriculum, culture,and organization. Generally, the different types of educational practices are mainly used byschool management for making improvement in their climate and quality of education. Theyused a large number of open educational practices and good educational practices forimproving the knowledge through learning and teaching. Schools do not only educate thestudents but give them a mean of doing something innovative and creative for the success ofthe country. Children have considered the future of the country and schools play an importantrole in giving them best education (Campbell, 2016). So, it is necessary for the managementof the school to focus more on building the culture, environment, and education quality oftheir schools. Pedagogical approach plays a significant role in improving the education andclimate quality of the school. Due to this, a large number of school management like to adoptit for making changes and improving their functioning. The open educational practices areconsidered quite effective. Schools need to adopt the open educational practices. It is becausewith the help of open educational practices management of the schools able to create thecollaborative and flexible learning environment to the students. Open educational practicesinclude a large number of online participation by the students which offer a high quality andcreative learning facilities to the students. On the other hand, offices also play a crucial rolein changes the working behavior and climate of the school organizations. It is because officesare supporting the students and academic institutions by conducting a large number ofprograms. By establishing offices, schools management can enhance the quality of itseducation by offering training and development programs to its students. This does not onlybuild the career of students but also prepare them for practical works (Dabbagh, 2013). Thus,2
Rethinking School and Organization3it can be said that school organizations need to adopt a large number of good educationalpractices to generate the interest of students in education and engage them in studies. Thisdoes not only enhance their profit but also build their image by producing good educationalresults.Critical pedagogical approachCritical pedagogy is a famous approach in teaching which is inspired by radical philosophiesand critical theory. The critical pedagogical approach can improve the climate and culture ofthe school organizations by helping the student's challenges, and questions positeddomination and to undermine the practices and beliefs that are alleged to dominate. With thehelp of this theory, students can successfully achieve the critical consciousness in performingtheir works. Critical pedagogical approach changes the school environment by creating thehabits of writing, thought, reading, and speaking among students. Due to this feature of theapproach, it is highly used for the development purpose of schools environment. Criticalpedagogical approach educates all students regardless of the difference in their gender, caste,and race. The pedagogical approach brings into implement a large number of principles tochange the structure of existing school organizations.Adams (2016)states that every individual has a right of getting an education which involvesunderstanding the schooling structure and learning a large number of things. This approachmirrors the climate and structure of the oppressive schools in which the oppressed andoppressors are divided. According to this approach, teachers need to show concern aboutsociety and human beings and should provide them an opportunity to act and critically reflecton a particular position within the society. The plan proposed by the pedagogical approachare based on authentic materials like commercials, and TV which reflects the culture andenvironment of a school organization. Apart of this, pedagogical approach promotes3