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|Title:||Head teacher leadership styles and teachers performance in Kalongo Sub-County Nakasongola District|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College Of Education, Open,Distantance And E-Learning|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this study was to examine the role of head teacher leadership styles and teachers performance in Kalongo sub-county secondary schools Nakasongdla district, The study was conducted under three research tasks which guided the study. Firstly, to find out whether heads of schools clarify schools’ goals. mission and vision to teachers and students and know which way to go. Secondly. to find out if heads schools constantly monitor performance to remove impediments hindering students improved performance. Thirdly, to find out if school heads reward teachers and students as well as facilitate teacher’s professional development in secondary schools. The study employed qualitative approach. Thus, it is qualitative enquiry. Data were collected from Nakasongola District in central region. Random and purposive sampling procedures were adopted to sample 39 respondents including heads of schools, teachers and students. Data were collected through interviews, documentary review and observation, and analyzed using content analysis technique. The findings revealed that most schools had neither strategic nor whole plans. Some schools had no clear goals. visions or missions. Rewards were provided to teachers and students basing on performances in academic and extra-curricular activities with a tendency of both teachers and students appearing to perform better in aspects which are rewarded and poor where they are not rewarded. The study suggests that heads of schools must clarify goals, missions and visions. in on itor performance and reward.|
|Description:||A research report submited to the Faculty of Education as apartial fullfillment of the requirements for the award of Bachelors Degree in Arts with Education of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Arts with Education|
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