The Impact of Principal Leadership Behaviours on the Efficacy of New and Experienced Middle School Teachers.

By: Jeff Walker and Sharon SlearPublication details: NASSP Bulletin Edition: Volume 95Description: 20 pSubject(s): LeadershipOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: There is a positive relationship between high levels of teacher efficacy and increased student achievement as well as a positive link between principal behavior and teacher efficacy. A diverse group of middle school teachers from a mid-Atlantic state were surveyed. Responses from 366 teachers were analyzed to determine whether various principal behaviors affected the efficacy of new and experienced teachers differently. Findings suggest that teacher efficacy is significantly affected by principal behaviours based on years of teaching experience.
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There is a positive relationship between high levels of teacher efficacy and increased student achievement as well as a positive link between principal behavior and teacher efficacy. A diverse group of middle school teachers from a mid-Atlantic state were
surveyed. Responses from 366 teachers were analyzed to determine whether various principal behaviors affected the efficacy of new and experienced teachers differently.

Findings suggest that teacher efficacy is significantly affected by principal behaviours based on years of teaching experience.

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