SOCIOLOGY ON THE MOVEI.S.A: XVII W.G GOTHENBURG
APPLYINGTHE WIN-WIN-WIN PAPAKONSTANTINIDIS MODELIN SCHOOL MANAGEMENT CRISISTHE GREEK CASE
“Sociology on the move” may be the perfect title for
sociology methodological tools and their applications in newfields. From this point of view, the present paper explores theimplementation of the well known “win-win-winpapakonstantinidis model” in managing crises at schools (bothprimary and secondary schools), so that schools work moreeffectively for everyone.More specifically, the win-win-win papakonstantinidis modelshould be applied in a classroom crisis, as well as whenmanaging a school conflict, transforming thus the schoolmanagement perception from a top-down operation into abottom-up concept, involving (A) teachers, (B) parents and (C)students in a “decision making triangle”, instead of imposing“solutions ” on students.
The paper focuses on attempted school reforms which usually fail. Why do reforms usually fail? Should we blame the teachers? Theanswer is NO. Should we blame the students? The answer is alsoNO. It has been proved that about 90% of those planning centralstate education blame the “C” factor (imposed reforms):Parents, State, bureaucracy with numerous organizations involveingboth the Community -as an interactive behavior with School-