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The Effect of Instructional Leadership on Teachers’ Efficacy and Performance at Federal Government Educational Institutions
This study investigated the effect of Instructional Leadership on teachers’ teaching efficacy and performance at Federal Government Educational Institutions (Cantts/ Garrisons).The data was collected through the Survey method from the Elementary School Teachers (ESTs) including males=223 and females=177 selected by the Simple Random sampling technique. The School Principals’ Instructional Leadership was measured witha 5 point Likert rating scale developed by (Hallinger & Murphy, 1985)comprising 11 subscales and 71 items. Its reliability was 0.81 Cronbach’s Alpha which is highly reliable. Whereas the Teachers’ teaching efficacy was measured with a 5 point Likert rating scale by (Moran & Hoy, 2001) comprising 3 subscales cumulatively bearing 0.76 Cronbach’s Alpha. These scales were administered to the ESTs for the collection of data. On the other hand, their performance was measured by taking their terminal GPA of the subjects they taught for the whole year. It is concluded that the teachers working in FGEI’s were agreed that their principals possess good instructional leadership qualities but they gave neutral responses against teacher efficacy. In the same pattern, their performance was moderate. The results also showed the existence of a significant correlation between independent and dependent variables.
Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Education ,Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Shakeela Shah
Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum Development & Instructions, Faculty of Education, University of Sindh, Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan
Dr. Shaheen Pasha
Assistant Professor, Chairperson, Department of Special Education, University of Education , Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan