CREATING A CONSTRUCTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE CONDUCIVE TO EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING
The real meaning of climate is the kind of weather a place has over a period of years. Climate includes conditions of heat and cold, moisture and dryness, clearness and coldness wind and calm that affect the feelings of people in their daily lives. Figuratively, this article try to discuss the situation and condition of the climate of an organization reflected through various feelings that exist among the people within an organization itself. The way of people interact and their attitudes, how they approach and response, the kind of acceptance and rejection will reflect the condition of the present climate. Climate seemed to have a greater effect on job satisfaction than on performance according to Scott, Mitchell, and Birnbaum (1981). But, in a school organizations especially, shows that indicators of an organizational climate ore degree of trust, respect, cohesiveness, caring, opportunity for input, high morale, and school renewal. Those aforementioned aspects are a result of specific practices and programs in a school’s operation. Thus, administrators, staff members, faculty members, and students are playing important roles for creating an orderly environment conductive to affective teaching and productive learning.