Principal’s Classroom Visitation and Inspection, and Teachers’ Job Performance in Akwa-Ibom State, Nigeria

Mary A. Sule, Festus O. Arop, Feyisayo O. Alade


This expo facto research investigated the influence of principal’s classroom visitation and inspection strategy on teachers’ job performance in Akwa-Ibom State, Nigeria. Subjects involved six hundred and sixty (660) teachers and three thousand, three hundred senior secondary school students which were randomly selected from two hundred and thirty two (232) secondary schools in Akwa-Ibom State. Data was collected with Principals’ Instructional Supervisory Strategies Questionnaire (PISSQ) and Teachers’ Job Performance Scale Questionnaire (TJPSQ). Two (2) hypotheses were tested in the study. The result of analysis utilizing one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) indicated that principal’s classroom visitation strategy, and inspection of lesson notes strategy each significantly influenced teachers’ job performance. It is recommended that regular supervision which must include classroom visitation strategy, and inspection of lesson notes strategy be organized by government to enhance teachers’ job performance.

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