Perceptions Of Principals, Heads Of Departments And Teachers Regarding Principals’ Effective Instructional
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Perceptions Of Principals, Heads Of Departments And Teachers Regarding Principals’ Effective Instructional Supervision In Enhancing Teacher Professional Competency
The purpose of this study was to examine the Perceptions of Principals, Heads of Department and Teachers regarding effectiveness of Principals’ Instructional Supervision in Enhancing Teacher professional competency..This study adopted Developmental Supervision Theory by Glickman et al. Descriptive survey design which embraces both quantitative and qualitative approaches, was used. The study was carried out in public secondary schools in Nairobi and Kajiado counties in Kenya. The sample comprised of the following: 38 principals, 151 heads of departments and 289 teachers. This gave a sample size of 478 respondents. Stratified random sampling was used in selecting schools according to the folDownloadViews: 20

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