Principals’ Conceptual Managerial Skills and Teachers’ Instructional Effectiveness in Secondary Schools, Central Gondar Zone, Ethiopia

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2022-03-11
Authors
Ayalew, Habtamu Reta
Itegi, Florence Muthoni
Muchanje, Peter Nyaga
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EOJNSS
Abstract
The purpose of the study was establishing the relationship between conceptual skills of the school principals and instructional effectiveness of the teachers in secondary schools, Central Gondar region, Ethiopia. The study proposed to use a correlational research design. The population of the study were 50 principals, 50 vice principals and 1,500 teachers, totaling 1,588 personnel. Due to their small number and importance to the research, all school principals and vice principals were selected using the census technique. 307 teachers were chosen using simple random sampling techniques by Cochran formula. The closed-ended questionnaire was used as the primary method for both principal and teacher data collection instruments. The expert-judgment methodology was used to verify the validity of the instruments and the reliability of the instruments tested using Cronbach's alpha test score. The data was analyzed by using Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient. The study revealed that there was no statistically significant relationship between the principals’ conceptual managerial skills with teachers ‘instructional effectiveness. The study concludes that principals’ conceptual managerial skills have no significant relationship with teachers’ instructional effectiveness. In light of the findings, recommendations for school principals, teachers, Ministry of Education and suggestions for further research were discussed.
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Conceptual skill, Instructional effectiveness, Managerial skill, School principal, Secondary school
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Ayalew, H. R., Muthoni Itegi, F., & Nyaga Muchanje, P. (2022). Principals’ Conceptual managerial skills and teachers’ instructional effectiveness in secondary schools, Central Gondar Zone, Ethiopia. European Online Journal of Natural and Social Sciences, 11(2), pp-336.