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Trust and school life: the role of trust for learning, teaching, leading, and bridging

(2014)
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(UGent) , Patrick B. Forsyth and (UGent)
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Abstract
This book represents emerging research from a new generation as well as seasoned trust scholars. It offers a unique and current update of trust research in education, and presents a variety of directions for future research. The book samples recent and emerging trust research in education including an array of conceptual approaches, measurement innovations, and explored determinants and outcomes of trust. The collection of pathways explores the phenomenon of trust and establishes the significance of trust relationships in school life. It emboldens the claim that trust merits continued attention of both scholars and practitioners because of the role it plays in the production of equity and excellence. Divided into four parts, the book explores trust under the rubrics of learning, teaching, leading and bridging. The book proposes a variety of directions for future research. These include the simultaneous investigation of trust from the prospectives of various trusters, and at both the individual and group levels, longitudinal research designs, and an elaboration of methods.
Keywords
Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Professional Learning Communities (PLC), Organizational Predictability, Principal Influence, Propensity to Trust, Relational Trust Framework, School Improvement, Structural Equation Model (SEM), Study of Instructional Improvement (SII), Trust Development, Perceptions of Trust, Parent Trust, Interrelationships of Trust, Instructional Policy Development, Faculty Trust, Effective Teacher Collaboration, Educational Research Agenda, College Ambition Program (CAP), Cooperative School Environment, Relational Trust, School Culture, School Leadership, Social Network Perspective, Student Trust, Success for All (SFA), Teacher Burnout Levels, Teacher Efficacy, Teacher Trust, Teacher-Student Relationship

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Chicago
Van Maele, Dimitri, Patrick B. Forsyth, and Mieke Van Houtte, eds. 2014. “Trust and School Life: The Role of Trust for Learning, Teaching, Leading, and Bridging”. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer Science+Business Media.
APA
Van Maele, Dimitri, Forsyth, P. B., & Van Houtte, M. (Eds.). (2014). Trust and school life: the role of trust for learning, teaching, leading, and bridging. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer Science+Business Media.
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Van Maele D, Forsyth PB, Van Houtte M, editors. Trust and school life: the role of trust for learning, teaching, leading, and bridging. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer Science+Business Media; 2014.
MLA
Van Maele, Dimitri, Patrick B. Forsyth, and Mieke Van Houtte, eds. “Trust and School Life: The Role of Trust for Learning, Teaching, Leading, and Bridging.” 2014 : n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {This book represents emerging research from a new generation as well as seasoned trust scholars. It offers a unique and current update of trust research in education, and presents a variety of directions for future research. The book samples recent and emerging trust research in education including an array of conceptual approaches, measurement innovations, and explored determinants and outcomes of trust. The collection of pathways explores the phenomenon of trust and establishes the significance of trust relationships in school life. It emboldens the claim that trust merits continued attention of both scholars and practitioners because of the role it plays in the production of equity and excellence. Divided into four parts, the book explores trust under the rubrics of learning, teaching, leading and bridging. The book proposes a variety of directions for future research. These include the simultaneous investigation of trust from the prospectives of various  trusters, and at both the individual and group levels, longitudinal research designs, and an elaboration of methods.},
  editor       = {Van Maele, Dimitri and Forsyth, Patrick B. and Van Houtte, Mieke},
  isbn         = {9789401780131},
  keywords     = {Continuing Professional Development (CPD),Professional Learning Communities (PLC),Organizational Predictability,Principal Influence,Propensity to Trust,Relational Trust Framework,School Improvement,Structural Equation Model (SEM),Study of Instructional Improvement (SII),Trust Development,Perceptions of Trust,Parent Trust,Interrelationships of Trust,Instructional Policy Development,Faculty Trust,Effective Teacher Collaboration,Educational Research Agenda,College Ambition Program (CAP),Cooperative School Environment,Relational Trust,School Culture,School Leadership,Social Network Perspective,Student Trust,Success for All (SFA),Teacher Burnout Levels,Teacher Efficacy,Teacher Trust,Teacher-Student Relationship},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {300},
  publisher    = {Springer Science+Business Media},
  title        = {Trust and school life: the role of trust for learning, teaching, leading, and bridging},
  url          = {http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/book/978-94-017-8013-1},
  year         = {2014},
}