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|Bwari Omwenga, Emily
|A Research Report Submitted To The Institute Of Open And Distance Learning Of Kampala International University In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Award Of A Degree Of Bachelor Of Education In Guidance And Counseling
|The objective of this study was to assess the effect of performance appraisal systems on the performance of teachers. In the review of related literature, all secondly sources relevant lo the study were made of use. The study employed a descriptive design since it was about explaining a scenario. Questionnaires formed the main instrument and/ or tools for data collection. Data collected was edited, coded analyzed and interpreted basing on the pre stated objectives. The study further revealed that the principals appraise the Teachers according lo the students' performance in their respective subjects. Therefore the researcher recommends !hat !he appraisal systems employed by the principals should cover all aspects of leaching profession including the way !he teachers carry out the weekly duties, training of students for extra - curricular activities, environmental conservation and even participation in community - based activities geared towards improvement of the education standards in the school. In short, the principals and heads of Departments should observe teachers on an ongoing regular basis um/ they should not try to limit all their evaluations to the formerly designed evaluation period.
|Kampala International University, bachelors degree in guidance and counselling
|Performance Appraisal Systems
|Kish Central District, Kenya
|Performance Appraisal Systems in Schools and Their Impact on Performance of Teachers in Kish Central District, Kenya
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|Bachelor Degree in Counselling and Guidance
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