An Evaluation Study Of Principal’s Instructional Programme Management Performance As Perceived By Teachers
This study is both evaluative and comparative in nature. It elicits data from teachers on their respective instructional programmes. One research objective was determined using descriptive statistics (frequencies, percentages, mean scores and standard deviation) and two null hypotheses were tested using the t-test at the 0.05 level of significance. The results show the principals mean performance ratings (by teachers) in the overall management of instructional programmes to be high. Furthermore, there is no significant difference in instructional programme management ratings between male and female principals. However, significant difference exists in the instructional management performance ratings between democratic and nondemocratic principals, with undemocratic principals being rated more highly than principals who exhibited democratic leadership style in overall instructional programme management.
Full Text LinksPeretomode, Victor F. (1989) An Evaluation Study of Principal’s Instructional Programme Management Performance as Perceived by Teachers, ZJER Vol. 2, no.2. Harare, Mt. Pleasant: HRRC.
Human Resourse Research Centre, (HRRC), University of Zimbabwe.
University of Zimbabwe