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ISSN: 2251-1253. Volume 5, Issue 3, pp. 829-837

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Influence of principalsí instruction supervision practices on K.C.S.E performance in public secondary schools, Machakos Sub-County, Kenya

 

Author(s)

1Richard Barake Mokaya and 2Dr. Veronica Kaluyu

 

Address(es)

1Africa Nazarene University,P.O Box 53067-00200 Nairobi, Kenya.

2Africa Nazarene University,P.O Box 53067-00200 Nairobi, Kenya.

 

Accepted date

24th, October 2016

 

Citation

Mokaya RB, Kaluyu V (2016). Influence of principalsí instruction supervision practices on K.C.S.E performance in public secondary schools, Machakos Sub-County, Kenya. Prim. Res. Edu. 5(3): 829-837.

 

Abstract

The study examined principalsí Instructional supervision practices in Machakos Sub County and the effects of these practices on KCSE performance in Machakos Sub County. Through a descriptive survey design, it was revealed that principals instructional supervision practices of planning β = .789; t (187) = 15.046, p<.05; coordination, β = .843; t (187) = 15.22; staffing, β = .647; t (187) = 22.327, and controlling, β = .605; t (187) = 14.95 statistically and significantly influenced the KCSE performance in Machakos Sub County (p<.05). Further, the study found out instruction supervision practices were regularly practiced by principals in Machakos Sub County. It is recommended that principals and teachers to plan together for purposes of harmony and satisfaction by both parties involved in the instructional supervision process. Equally principals should adopt a more objective approach in seeking information such as adopting an open door policy in communication. They should also ensure that staff members cooperate in matters of teaching methodology. Similarly, the MOE should enhance the training of planning, controlling, staffing and coordination in the KEMI in-service programs for principals.

Key words:
Controlling practices, Coordinating practices, Performance, Planning practices, Staffing practices, Supervision Practices
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