MOTIVATIONAL AND SUPERVISORY COMPETENCIES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS IN THE NEW NORMAL EDUCATION
Ramel V. Pastrano, Dr. Ronald S. Decano
Graduate Student, Davao del Norte State College
The purpose of the study was to assess the motivational and supervisory competencies of secondary school administrators in the new normal education within the New Bataan District. It explored a quantitative descriptive survey method that discovered the level of motivational competencies of secondary school administrators as perceived by themselves and teachers in terms of appreciation, feedbacking, human relations, and human drive in new normal education. Determined the level of supervisory competencies of secondary school administrators as perceived by themselves and teachers in leadership, team building, professional growth, and planning. The study found out that the administrators and teachers differ significantly in their perception of the motivational and supervisory competence of the school administrators. The administrators and teachers did not vary in their perceptions of motivational and supervisory competence when analyzed according to educational qualification attainment, gender, and length of service. Furthermore, school administrators and teachers were committed to their work. The motivational qualities and managerial effectiveness lie in the leaderâ€™s commitment and high sense of responsibility, especially this time of the pandemic. Towards the end of the study, school administrators need to apply measures to demonstrate a positive attitude of protection and care towards their teachers, to adapt to new work schedules, and build effective team relationships despite the challenges. As a result, school administrators evaluated their leadership competencies more positively even this time of the pandemic. Several suggestions were proposed for improving school administratorsâ€™ leadership competencies.
Keywords: Motivational competencies, supervisory competencies, new normal education, and descriptive-survey method
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce and Educational Management
Published on : 2021-10-27