School Codes and School Cultures

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Publication Student thesis
Title School Codes and School Cultures
Author Oskarsson, Mattias
Date 2006
English abstract
This study explores the complexity of the cultures and codes teachers become a part of at their schools. I present two teachers working on two very different schools to display how they perceive school cultures and school codes in their respective educational settings. A school’s code or culture is a result of a complex interplay between factors such as teacher background, school traditions, colleagues, students and the characteristics of the school’s area. To become aware of this process of socialisation is highly relevant for any teacher or teacher student since it has a direct impact on a teacher’s work. This study displays two cases of perceived school cultures and school codes and links them to theories within this specific research field.
Swedish abstract
An Investigation of Two Teachers’ Perceptions of their Educational Settings
Publisher Malmö högskola/Lärarutbildningen
Language eng (iso)
Subject School codes
School cultures
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/2567 Permalink to this page
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