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|Title: ||Principals’ Leadership Styles and Secondary School Teacher's Effectiveness in Abuja Municipal Area Council.|
|Authors: ||Sule, M. N.|
|Issue Date: ||2009|
|Publisher: ||Nigerian Journal of Sociology of Education.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 3;No.3; Pp386-393|
|Abstract: ||This paper explores into the relationships between principal's styles and teacher's effectiveness in their teaching tasks. The variables of leadership style examined included; promotion of staff development,
involvement of teachers in decision making and implantation, effective communication flow and delegation of duties. Four research questions were asked while two research instruments_were used for the study. The
instruments are; the Principal's Leadership Style Questionnaires (PLSQ) and the Teacher’s Effectiveness Questionnaires (TEQ).f The study population consisted of 55 public senior secondary schools which gave a total of 55 principals. There were 2,600 teachers in these schools. A sample size of 25 principals was obtained while 125
teachers of the 2,600 were equally obtained for the study and this gave a total of 150 respondents. " The data generated using both instruments were answered using mean and percentage statistics. The ' results/findings showed that principals promoted staff development, teachers participation in decision-making and implementation, created clear channels of
communication flow and delegated duties to teachers. Teachers performed their duties reasonably well by being prompt in class, attending to lessons, marking of attendance registers for students and took part in co-curricular activities. The leadership styles of principals impacted on the performances of teachers in the sample schools.
Recommendations were included for the sustenance of higher productivity while calling for improvement for effective teaching and meaningful learning in secondary schools.|
|Appears in Collections:||Educational Foundation|
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