Instructional Leadership Capacity of Elementary School Administrators
Basañes, R.A. 2020. Instructional Leadership Capacity of Elementary School Administrators, Global J. Bus. Soc. Sci. Review 8(2): 113– 123. DOI:10.35609/gjbssr.2020.8.2(5)
11 Pages Posted: 7 Jul 2020
Date Written: June 3, 2020
Objective - The purpose of this study is to determine the level of instructional leadership among public elementary school administrators in Antique, Philippines.
Methodology/Technique - The study was conducted using the descriptive survey design to a sample of 182 purposively selected public elementary school administrators in the School Division of Antique, Philippines. The researcher adopted the National Competency-Based Standards for School Heads Questionnaire for this study. The questionnaire was originally constructed by the Department of Education (DepEd) - National Educators Academy of the Philippines (DepEd - NEAP).
Findings - The results reveal that public elementary school administrators have poor knowledge in instructional leadership, specifically in developing programs and or adapting existing programs. The results also show that the public elementary school administrators have moderate knowledge in Assessment of Learning, Implementing Programs for Instructional Improvement, and Instructional Supervision.
Novelty - The study suggests instructional leadership training programs for school administrators to increase their competence in instructional leadership so they can achieve the goals of their respective schools.
Type of Paper - Empirical
Keywords: Assessment of Learning; Capability Enhancement Program; Instructional Leadership Capacity; Instructional Supervision; School Programs Development; School Program Implementation.
JEL Classification: A21, I23.
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