ASSESSING THE PRACTICE AND CHALLENGES OF INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION IN KULFO PRIMARY SCHOOL

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FASIL GIRMA
CHOMBE ANAGAW

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to assess the practice and challenges of instructional supervision in kulfo primary school. To this end, a descriptive survey design method was employed. In this study the primary source of information were teachers and school principals. A total of 16 respondents were participated in this study. Data collection tools were questionnaires and open ended interview. Based on the data analysis the following major findings were obtained. The supervisor seem fail to accomplish their responsibility in pre, while and post observational activities,, There is lack of training for supervisors to update their knowledge and skill, there is program for the supervisor to give assistance to the school teachers, the supervisors do not seem to play their roles in teachers’ performance appraisal related functions, both supervisors and teachers tend to believe that the major function of a supervisor is administrative related affairs. Based on these findings it was safely concluded that the practice of instructional supervision in selected school has their own limitation and strong sides Finally, it was recommended that The supervisor should properly carry out his responsibility and work in collaboration with teachers as facilitator rather than examine r and Woreda educational bodies and school principals should make fertile ground for effective implementation of instructional supervision and also they should follow up the work of supervisor and expected to give feedback.

Keywords:
Practice, challenge, instructional supervision, school supervisor, supervision, school principal.

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GIRMA, F., & ANAGAW, C. (2020). ASSESSING THE PRACTICE AND CHALLENGES OF INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION IN KULFO PRIMARY SCHOOL. Asian Journal of Advances in Research, 3(4), 42-57. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIR/article/view/1537
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Original Research Article

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