Knowledge Strategies for Enhancing School Learning Capacity
School learning capacity is critical to the sustainable development of school organization in the knowledge society. How to strengthen the learning capacity of school organization for knowledge acquisition is significant to current education research. This project aims to identify the knowledge strategies applied in aided secondary schools in Hong Kong and to explore the predictive relationship between knowledge strategies and school learning capacity. This study connects research on knowledge management and organisational learning in a school context and explores a knowledge strategy that could be applied effectively in education organisation. It not only contributes to exsiting literature on school management, but also provides practical knowledge strategies to school leaders for enhancing the learning capacity of their school. A cross-sectional quantitative survey will be designed to collect data from teachers of around 20 aided secondary schools in Hong Kong. Exploratory factor analysis and a structural equation model will be applied to explore the factor structure of the latent variables and their relationships.
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Dr CHENG, Chi Keung Eric 鄭志強 [C&I]
Knowledge management: school learning capacity: organizational learning
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