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|Other Titles:||Research on The Instructional Supervision by Elementary School Principals:Role Performance and Capacity Development|
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
The present study is to investigate the present elementary school principals' role performance and capacity development in their instructional supervision. Literature review and interviews have been conducted. This study has interviewed five elementary school principals with an " instructional supervision certificate" and another five elementary school principals without. After the interview contents were analyzed and discussed according to literature, the conclusions are listed as follows:1. The present situation of principals' role performance in their instructional supervision is that their performance is not in accordance with their knowledge and there is huge difference between results.2. Principals need to improve their professional knowledge of their role performance. A dedicated team should be set up to provide tools needed for instructional supervision.3. There are multiple aspects of principals' role performance, which should emphasize the importance of communicating with, supporting and assisting teachers.4. Principals' role performance should emphasize the importance of practical techniques although it is a technology integrated discipline.5. Improvement in the knowledge of instructional supervision should be achieved step by step and should emphasize the importance of clinical training and passing down experiences.6. Principals hope that the government can speed up in establishing a professional certificate system and allocate a regular budget.7. The difficulties of role performance came from a lack of clear regulations and teacher resistance. The greatest challenge lies in insu伍cient time.8. The resolution of the difficulties is to establish an instructional supervision system and self-refine the knowledge and capacity for instructional supervision.
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