Available Online: 15 July 2021
Saimsim Elementary School, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Instructional leadership is learning-focused, learning for both students and adults, and learning which is measured by improvement in instruction and in the quality of student learning. Instructional leadership must reside with a team of leaders of which the principal serves as the leader of leaders. Utilizing quantitative descriptive research design, the study was conducted to find out the preferred leadership styles and perceived role on instructional supervision of School Heads of selected schools from Area 3 Division of Batangas and thereby provide input to management program. Based on the foregoing findings and conclusions of the study, and in order to affect effective leadership and sound administrative competence, the researcher puts forward the following: School heads should, through planned exercises, be able to negotiate and analyze strategies and tactics for effectively implementing their available power in administration and leadership and must serve as role models. Role modeling can be an effective teaching–learning strategy, providing managers have the skills and abilities required. Further research on individual’s and environment characteristics could contribute significantly to our understanding of how leadership styles and administrative competence. More research is necessary on the effects of personality and characteristics of the organizational environment.
Keywords: leadership style, supervision, instructional supervision, school head, management, organization
Cite this article:
Dimaculangan, D. (2021). Leadership styles and roles on instructional supervision of the school heads of area 3 division of Batangas: Basis for management program. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 10(9), 77-91. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2021.672