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Title: Principals’ instructional supervision and teachers’ performance of secondary schools in Danko Wasagu Local Government Area Kebbi State, North-West Nigeria.
Authors: Danasabe, Umaru
Keywords: Principals’ instructional supervision
Teacher's performance
Secondary schools
Danko Wasagu Local Government
Kebbi State, North-West Nigeria.
Issue Date: Apr-2018
Publisher: Kampala International University. College of Education, Open, Distance and E-Learning
Abstract: This study entitled principals’ instructional supervision and teachers’ performance is presented as a result of a study conducted in secondary school in Danko Wasagu local area of Kebbi state Nigeria. The objectives of the study were to determine principal instructional supervision, to assess teachers’ performance, and to establish the relationship between principals’ instructional supervision and teachers’ performance. The researcher employed descriptive correlational design,. The correlational design was used to find the relationships of the two variables principals’ instructional supervision and teachers’ performance. A thirty item questionnaire was design based on 4-point linker’s scale was distributed to principals and teachers to obtain the primary data. Frequencies and percentages were calculated for descriptive statistics while Pearson’s coefficient correlation was used to measure the relationship between variables, using (SPSS version 16.0) the findings of the study indicated on principals’ instructional supervision with an overall mean was (2.78)which indicated that principals of the secondary school perform their instructional supervision and the findings of the study on teachers’ performance indicated an overall mean of (2.57) which imply that teachers perform their school responsibilities. The findings on the relationship between principals’ instructional supervision and teachers ‘performance was indicated by the R and sig value (R-Value=0.000 and sig=0.01),this was so because the sig-value was less than 0.05 which is the required level of significance in order to declare a significant relationship, the null hypothesis was therefore rejected and this implies that improvement on principal instructional supervision through monitoring of teachers attendance on daily bases, ensuring the professional development of teachers and assisting of teachers when they have problems in their lessons .while teachers performance will increase when teachers’ fill in their weekly scheme of work on the first day of the term ,prepare the scheme of work using the curriculum . The researcher concluded that the principals should intensify more effort in their instructional supervision in term of inspecting student note books to ascertain the level of coverage of topics and supporting teachers in their lesson, in terms of scheme of work, lesson plan and lesson note this will help to improve teachers’ performance. The study also recommend that Government and professional bodies in the education sector should organize periodic capacity development workshops for teachers of secondary schools on teachers’ performance in terms of how to prepare their scheme of work, preparation of lesson plan and lesson notes, various methods of lesson delivery which can help them to improve in their teachers’ performance as well as teaching and learning processes in secondary schools.
Description: A thesis submitted to the College Of Education, Open, Distance and E-Learning in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of masters in Educational Management and Administration of Kampala International University, Kampala, Uganda.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/1221
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