TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL HEAD TEACHERS

TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL HEAD TEACHERS
TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL HEAD TEACHERS

TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL HEAD TEACHERS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page

Approval page

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgements

Abstract

Table of Contents

 

CHAPTER ONE      –      INTRODUCTION

1.1  Background to the Study

1.2  Statement of the Problem

1.3  Purpose of the Study

1.4  Significance of the Study

 

1.5  Research Questions

1.6  Delimitation of the Study

1.7  Limitation of the Study

1.8  Definition of Terms   

 

CHAPTER TWO – REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

CHAPTER THREE –   RESEARCH METHOD

3.1    Area of Study

3.2    Research Design

3.3    Population of the Study

3.4    Sample and Sampling Techniques

 

3.5    Instrument for Data Collection

3.6    Validation of Instrument

3.7    Administration of Instrument

3.8    Method of Data Analysis

 

CHAPTER FOUR – DATA ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS

4.1  Data Analysis

4.2  Discussion of Findings

 

CHAPTER FIVE – SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1  Summary

5.2  Conclusion

5.3  Recommendations

5.4    Suggestion for Further Studies

References

Appendix

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1  Background to the Study

It is important to note that the whole educational process revolves around the teacher who is the educated masses of the world. Moreover, according to UsenIkpe (2023) the Nigerian teacher must make up to the challenges ahead and keep abreast of more trends. Indeed, administration involves a behaviour, which can be identified and acquired by teachers and head teachers.

Administration has been generally described as the process whereby a specialized skill is used to develop and maintain a good supervision of an institution. However, it is in recognition of this fact that Ubom (2022) stated that administration is an instrument for the smooth running of an institution.

 

TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL HEAD TEACHERS

Specifically, a school is a social institution and is responsible for the growth, development and progress of future citizens. In fact, it is a basic and progress of future citizens. Also, it is the fundamental principle that no institution can work smoothly and properly without good and efficient leadership (Molityuddin, 2019).

Without reservation, the head teachers do not take the position necessary for effective management and they are always in trouble in interference from outside. Therefore, the head teacher must be the type of person who can handle his staff and public, a person whose ideas carry weight and those whose character is an example for his or her staff and students (Pak, 2015). In fact, the schools actually have to function as an integral aspect of each community. Leadership always requires co-operation and co-ordination but not dictatorship. Teachers’ attitudes and administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers.

 

A leadership of a school can be successful only when secures willingly co-operation from his co-workers and make them to realize that the problems of school are theirs and not his own (Morphet, 2020).

Furthermore, many factors accounts for head teachers effectiveness in administration in public primary schools. Some of these important factors are the attitudes of teachers. Indeed, the personal and professional attitudes of a teacher can enhance or work against the administrative effectiveness of the school heads in primary schools. In addition, Nwafor (2021) stated that the attitude of teachers needs to be attended to for proper and smooth running of the education system. Therefore, this study aimed to examine teachers’ attitudes and administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers.

 

1.2  Statement of the Problem 

Without a doubt, over the years the performance of pupils in First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) across the country had been very poor. Moreover, this has often-times led to the minister of education being invited to the National Assembly to give reasons for such mass failure of pupils. Thus, this mass failure has been attributed to school heads and teachers (Lazarus, 2021).

Therefore, it was based on this problem that this study was conducted to cover the extent to which teacher’s attitude could have played a contributory role in the administrative effectiveness of the school heads which may in turns led to poor performance of pupils in primary Schools in Onna Local Government Area.

 

1.3  Purpose of the Study

The main objective of the study was to investigate teachers’ attitudes and administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers. Specifically, the study intends to:

(i)    Examine the effect of teachers co-operation or the  administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers;

(ii)   Examine the effect of teachers forcing the pupils to serve them in their personal affairs on the administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers.

(iii)  Investigate the effect of teachers’ obedience on the administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers.

 

1.4  Significance of the Study

Findings of this study will be of great benefit to teachers as it will help them to reflect on their attitudes so as to drop those ones that are not enhancing the effectiveness of school head teachers’ administration while retaining the good ones. Teachers’ attitudes and administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers.

It will also help government and stakeholders in the education sector in the planning of the school curriculum to include and emphasize the good qualities that the teachers should imbibe for the interest of the school head teachers. This study will also provide research materials for scholars and to embark on a research of this native.

 

1.5  Research Questions 

The following research questions were formulated to guide the study.

(i)    How does teachers’ co-operation affect the administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers?

(ii)   Does teachers’ obedience affect the administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers?

(iii)  Does teachers’ forcing of pupils to serve them in their personal affair affect the administrative effectiveness of primary school head teachers?

 

Definition of Terms   

The following terms are defined as used in the study:

(i)   Teachers’ attitude: This refers to personal attitudes of a teacher which are capable of influencing the school head teachers.

(ii)  School head teacher: In brief, this is a person who instructs and directs teachers and learners in a school.

 

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