Management Of Instructional Supervision And Teacher Professional Development In Secondary Schools In
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Management Of Instructional Supervision And Teacher Professional Development In Secondary Schools In Soroti District, Uganda
The study investigated headteachers’ competence in promoting teacher professional development in secondary schools in Soroti district. The sample of study consisted of 20 school administrators and 100 teachers from 10 randomly selected secondary schools. A descriptive cross sectional survey research design was used and data was collected using questionnaires. Data was analyzed using frequencies and percentages. From findings of the study it was concluded that; headteachers are not aware of their instructional supervision responsibilities, headteachers’ extent of involvement and competence in the management of instructional supervision does not significantly contribute to teacher professiDownloadViews: 33

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