Teachers' perception and opinions regarding the communication skills of school administrators
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CitationDoğan, S., Çetin, Ş. ve Koçak, O. (2016). Teachers' perception and opinions regarding the communication skills of school administrators. Kuramsal Eğitimbilim Dergisi. 9(1), s. 57-84.
The aim of this study is to evaluate communication skills of school administrators according to the perceptions and opinions of the branch teachers working in secondary schools. In the study, the explanatory pattern involving the quantitative and qualitative methods was used. Quantitative part of the study was designed in the screening model. The quantitative data was collected from 211 teachers working in the province of Sivas through the "Scale for Communication Skills of School Principals". The qualitative part of the study, however, was conducted in accordance with the case study design. The qualitative data, on the other hand, was obtained from 20 teachers working in the province of X through the semi-structured interview form. Quantitative findings of the study show that the teachers perceive the communication skills of school administrators highly positive whereas they, in general, they find the communication skills of school administrators unsatisfying according to the qualitative findings. In this context, we can say that the qualitative findings do not support the quantitative findings, and accordingly, the school administrators have problems in their communication skills.
SourceKuramsal Eğitimbilim Dergisi
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