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Title: practices and Problems of School- Based Supervision in Selected Government Secondary Schools of the Central .. Zone in Tigrai National Regional State
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Hailesilassie W/Gerima (Ato)
Haile, Abay
Keywords: school-based : supervision in central zone of Tigray.
Issue Date: Jun-2006
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: The objective of the study was to investigate the roles of school-based : supervision in central zone of Tigray. A questionnaire comprising both open and closed items were distributed to gather the necessary data. The data was then tabulated and analyzed qualitatively using percentages. To achieve the purpose, 43 supervisors and 158 teachers were included in the study using different sampling techniques including simple random, purposive an'a stratified sampling techniques. The findings of the study show that a) the supervisors do not play the various roles expected of them, b) the teachers role in supervision is almost negligible c) the teachers' and school based supervisors' views do not seem. to go in line with the intensions and principles of supervision d) the teachers specially appear to have a negative attitude towards supervision, e) the major problems that affect supervisory practices in the region include: supervisors' inefficiency, lack of participatory approach to supervision, shortage of school finance and lack of properly trained supervisors. Based on the finding, some recommendations were made.
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