A Correlational Study: Dispositional Style and Innovative Work Behavior of Educators in a K-12 High Performing Charter School
By Dana Knight Reyes
This study examined the relationship between predominant dispositional styles and innovative work behaviors of educators in a high performing K-12 charter school in Colorado. The results indicated no significant correlation between the two variables. Further research is recommended to gain generalizable understanding about this potential correlation between individual level characteristics of educators in high performing charter schools that could translate into scalable strategies to include attracting and hiring and developing people who have a predisposition to innovate.
At present, the full document is available upon request. Please contact: Dr. Ron Bonnstetter