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Effects of Principals’ Instructional Leadership on Teaching and Learning Practices: Evidence from Secondary School Teachers at District Rawalpindi
The primary objective of this study is to identify the effects of instructional leadership of principals on teaching and learning practices in secondary schools in Pakistan. The main objective of this study was to highlight the association between instructional leadership factors and teaching learning practices of teachers. The population consisted of teachers of secondary schools of Wah Cantt, Pakistan. The sample of the study comprises 300 teachers, from which 278 teachers responded to the survey. The study design was descriptive in nature, in which cross-sectional survey was conducted. For the selection of sample convenient technique was used. Through a modified and self-developed questionnaire. The data was interpreted through using different tests and statistical techniques like Pearson correlation, regression analysis. The findings discussed keeping in view their theoretical and practical allegations for conducting further research.
M. Phil scholar, Department of Education, University of Wah, Punjab, Pakistan
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Wah, Punjab, Pakistan
Rooh Ul Amin
Professor, Department of English, Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan
Instructional Leadership, Instructional Practices, Learning Practices, Teaching and Learning