Evaluating Principals’ Role in Curriculum Supervision through Effective Transformative Leadership

  • Josphat Kagema

Abstract

This paper makes a critical examination of the role of school principals and managers in enhancing curriculum supervision and reinforcing prudent teaching practices. This is through a plethora of activities such as analyzing teacher’s performance, providing meaningful feedback, enhancing collegial approaches in the school and developing instructional strategies that will help to achieve the curriculum goals. The administrators and school management also need to provide the instructional resources required to achieve the learning outcomes. It therefore calls for collaborative efforts between the school and the community within. A focus therefore is made on the nature of leadership that can drive to broadly achieve the overall school’s goals. Effective leadership has been examined by scholars and the concurrence is that there are appendages to it ranging from instructional leadership, transformative leadership, moral leadership, participative, contingency and managerial. A school principal need to blend the six approaches so that they are geared to learner’s achievement, work ethics and values, democratic ideals and social justice. Finally, the paper looks at the emerging concepts and trends in school supervision and how they have shaped the delivery of curriculum goals and directions of schools. It proposes on the direction that educational policy makers should adopt in view of making bringing success to school leadership for effective curriculum delivery

Published
2019-04-23
How to Cite
KAGEMA, Josphat. Evaluating Principals’ Role in Curriculum Supervision through Effective Transformative Leadership. Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 1-5, apr. 2019. Available at: <http://j-psp.com/index.php/jpsp/article/view/1>. Date accessed: 12 nov. 2019.
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