Vol 7 Issue 4 July 2020-August 2020
Crystalin G. Guardacasa, Dr. Noel G. Benavides
Abstract: The study aimed to determine the supervisory roles of the school heads of the 2nd Congressional District of Sorsogon for the school year 2019-2020. It used the descriptive-survey method since a questionnaire was devised in gathering the primary data as reflected in the problem. The respondents were the randomly selected 24 school heads and 120 teachers of the public elementary schools in the 2nd Congressional District of Sorsogon. The statistical tools utilized were weighted mean and t-test for independent samples.
The study revealed that the school heads had an outstanding performance in clinical supervision, performed very satisfactorily along professional development and curriculum development but performed satisfactorily in action research. Then, the teachers agree that their school heads performed their supervisory roles, along clinical supervision, curriculum development, professional development and action research. Also, the teachers perceived similarly that the school heads performed their supervisory roles along professional development and curriculum development. However, they perceived significantly different in clinical supervision and action research.
Further ,the school heads have helped their teachers to improve the teaching performance when they provide feedback and suggestions during clinical supervision. An action plan was proposed to enhance the supervisory performance of the school heads.
Therefore, the school heads may sustain their outstanding performance in clinical supervision and continually improve in professional development, curriculum development, and action research by attending capability building activities. School heads may enhance their working relationship with their the teachers through series of meetings, conference, dialogues, and team building activities. The school heads may establish an open channel of communication with the teachers in order to reconcile their differences in perceptions specially in clinical supervision and action research. The school heads may continuously assist the teachers in improving their instructional performing with the constant execution of supervisory roles. The action plan may submitted to the division Office for possible implementation and if found feasible, may be adopted. Further research may be conducted on instructional supervisory practices of school heads and teacher motivation.
Keywords: Supervisory roles, School Heads, Professional Development, 2nd District of Sorsogon.
Title: Supervisory roles of the school heads of the 2nd congressional district of sorsogon
Author: Crystalin G. Guardacasa, Dr. Noel G. Benavides
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