Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Educational Structures Week 1Required sources to be referenced:Organizational Behavior in Education Preface
Organizational Behavior in Education Chapter 6
School Finance, Preface
Professional Standards for Educational Leaders
“Something within me” video
Viennet et al. (2017) article
2 additional scholarly sources to support the writer’s belief.
Filmakers Library (1996). Something Within Me (1 hr 15 mins) [Full video], Academic Video Online.
Viennet, R., Pont, B., & Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (France). (2017). Education policy implementation: A literature review and proposed framework. OECD Education Working Papers, No. 162, n/a.
Owens, R. G., & Valesky, T. C. (2015). Organizational behavior in education: Leadership and school reform (11th ed.). Pearson.
Odden, A. R. & Picus, L. O. (2020). School Finance: A Policy Perspective (6th ed.). McGraw Hill.
Part 1Write a 350- to 700-word paper in which you do the following:Identify basic structures involved in educational environments that were contained in this week’s readings.
Explain how these environmental structures have impacted your (1) personal, (2) educational, and (3) career goals.
Part 2Assignment Content
Top of FormCreate a 2-minute video commercial for “Something Within Me” from the University Library.https://video.alexanderstreet.com/watch/something-within-meInclude an attention getter, a summary of the video, and an explanation of how this video illustrates the main concepts of educational structures and standards for professional leadership.Note: You can find free resources for creating your video on websites such as Animoto, Biteable, and Spark Video.Bottom of Form you can get a lot of your answer from Owens and Valesky. But..you need to think hard…in an educational institution, what educational structures impact goals? Is it leadership? Is it the type of school? Does a mission and vision have anything to do with it? What does motivation have to do with it? This paper is YOUR belief…with supporting evidence from scholarly authors.Owens and Valesky (2015), define organizational behavior as “arising from interactions between the person in the organization and characteristics of the organizational environment” (p. 247). The authors continue their assertion that as the variation in human behavior in organizations is observed, three motivational patterns emerge to include (1) direction in making choices, (2) persistence, and (3) intensity.
The first pattern, and indicator of motivation, is the apparent pattern of choices made when confronted with an array of possible alternatives, providing the observer with an opportunity to make some motivational inferences from the behavior of choosing but not discerning what actually caused the selected decision to be made.A second critical indicator of motivation presented by the authors is the persistence with which one pursues the chosen course of action, considering the amount of time devoted to the chosen activity (Owens & Valesky, 2015). Additional consideration of motivational persistence relates to tasks that an individual returns to time and again to achieve the desired results.The third pattern, as outlined by the authors, relates to the third behavioral indicator that seems to be linked to motivation through the observation of intensity (Owens & Valesky, 2015). The authors discuss the environmental implications to one’s level of intensity. The behaviorists continue the authors, tends to view motivation as something that one does to people, whereas the cognitive or humanist tends to view motivation as tapping the inner drives of people by creating growth-enhancing environments, thus illustrating the argument that people will go where they grow (Owens & Valesky, 2015). It is through this concept of organizational motivation that it is understood that as a member of an organization, the person never acts alone or independently, rather the individual organization member always acts as a member of the group.Structural inequalities occur when organizations contain an embedded bias that provides advantages to some members and marginalizes or produces disadvantages for other members. Educational systems maintains structural inequality through such practices as tracking of students, standardized assessment tests, and a teaching force that does not represent the diversity of the student body (Liao, 2009).
Requirements: 700 words | .doc file
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