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Role of Instructional Leadership on Teachers’ Performance at College Level
In organizing education the instructional leadership has an important role. The study's main goals were to examine the role of instructional leadership on teachers' performance at the college level, and discover the factors that influence teachers' classroom performance at the college level. Target population for this study was public sector college teachers in Multan district. The nature of the research was descriptive. To select the sample for this study, researchers employed a simple random sampling technique and evoked responses with the help of a scale ranging five-points as Likert scale and collected data from 355 participants, in which there were171 female participants and 184 male participants. Researchers employed descriptive and inferential statistics for analysis of collected data. Significant findings of the study ensured that high-quality teaching and learning is happening in all classes which provide constructive feedback to their concerned teacher at the proper time by the leaders. Significant recommendations for the study were that instructional leaders should have a clear vision about the teaching practice implementation process, clearly convey their vision and beliefs to their staff correctly, understand classroom issues, and have a global perspective on teaching-learning process.
Lecturer, Department of Education, The Women University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Farah Deeba
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Farah Latif Naz
Lecturer, Department of Education, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Instructional Leadership, Teaching and Learning Process, Teacher Performance