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Level of Synergistic Supervision, Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Science Teachers in San Isidro National High School: A Case Study


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1 Licensed Professional Teacher, Teacher III, Information Communication Technology (ICT) Coordinator and Learning Resources Management Development System (LRMDS) Coordinator of San sidro National High School, Makati City and currently enrolled in the Graduate School Program, Doctor of Philosophy in Centro Escolar University, Manila, Philippines
2 Researcher, Statistician and former Laboratory Chairman of the Manila Doctors College (now Manila Tytana Colleges). Faculty in the graduate programs of Centro Escolar University, The National Teachers College, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Chiang Kai Shek College, and Ateneo de Manila University., Philippines
     

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Supervision is essential in education for teachers to be guided in the performance of their job. Henceforth, for improvement in the teaching-learning process, the supervision style of headteachers needs to be evaluated. This study examined the perception of the science teachers on the synergistic supervision style of the science headteacher in a public secondary school. Moreover, the correlation between synergistic supervision and job performance was validated.  There are four components in synergistic supervision, namely dual focus, joint effort, focus on competence, and two-way communication. Results revealed that the science teachers were often satisfied with the components' dual focus, focus on competence, and joint effort.   For two way communication, the headteacher's rating given by the teachers was seldom satisfied. The level of job satisfaction of teachers was also studied. Results showed that teachers were often satisfied with their job. The Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF) became the basis for evaluation for science teachers' job performance. Based on the IPCRF, the ratings revealed that the science teachers performed their job very satisfactorily.  Statistical analysis showed that there is no association between the components of synergistic supervision and job performance.


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Instructional Supervision, Job Performance, Job Satisfaction Synergistic Supervision.
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Luningning M. dela Cruz
Licensed Professional Teacher, Teacher III, Information Communication Technology (ICT) Coordinator and Learning Resources Management Development System (LRMDS) Coordinator of San sidro National High School, Makati City and currently enrolled in the Graduate School Program, Doctor of Philosophy in Centro Escolar University, Manila, Philippines
Dennis G. Caballes
Researcher, Statistician and former Laboratory Chairman of the Manila Doctors College (now Manila Tytana Colleges). Faculty in the graduate programs of Centro Escolar University, The National Teachers College, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Chiang Kai Shek College, and Ateneo de Manila University., Philippines

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Supervision is essential in education for teachers to be guided in the performance of their job. Henceforth, for improvement in the teaching-learning process, the supervision style of headteachers needs to be evaluated. This study examined the perception of the science teachers on the synergistic supervision style of the science headteacher in a public secondary school. Moreover, the correlation between synergistic supervision and job performance was validated.  There are four components in synergistic supervision, namely dual focus, joint effort, focus on competence, and two-way communication. Results revealed that the science teachers were often satisfied with the components' dual focus, focus on competence, and joint effort.   For two way communication, the headteacher's rating given by the teachers was seldom satisfied. The level of job satisfaction of teachers was also studied. Results showed that teachers were often satisfied with their job. The Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF) became the basis for evaluation for science teachers' job performance. Based on the IPCRF, the ratings revealed that the science teachers performed their job very satisfactorily.  Statistical analysis showed that there is no association between the components of synergistic supervision and job performance.


Keywords


Instructional Supervision, Job Performance, Job Satisfaction Synergistic Supervision.