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Data Driven Empowerment of Teacher Leadership in the New Era

Zexi Yang


Teacher leadership is essentially an influence, mainly reflected in multiple dimensions such as academic, teaching, and value leadership. The improvement of teacher leadership plays a significant role in promoting the development of teacher professional knowledge, ability, and character, which is conducive to the continuous optimization of teaching quality. In the trend of educational informatization and digitization, teachers also urgently need to rely on data to empower their own leadership and ensure that their leadership can meet the practical needs of high-quality education development. Based on this, this article will be based on the background of the new era, first analyzing the necessity of data-driven empowerment of teacher leadership construction in the new era, and then exploring effective paths to enhance teacher leadership through the application of data, in order to provide some reference for the growth and development of teachers.


Data-driven; The new era; Teacher Leadership

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i23.9822