International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge


Volume-4 Issue-1, January 2019




Title: PRE-SERVICE GRADUATE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION IN RELATION TO PREPARATION AND PLANNING FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING IN KENYA

Author: JUSTUS O. INYEGA & DISMUS M. BULINDA

Abstract

The study used Ex post facto research design to find out pre-service bachelor of education (arts) degree graduate teachers’ perceptions about instructional supervision in relation preparation and planning for teaching and learning, and student’s classroom involvement in National, County and Sub County schools in Kenya. Data collected using a self-response questionnaire and analyzed using descriptive statistics and analysis of variance. The established that there is no statistical significant difference between pre-service bachelor of education (arts) degree teachers’ perceptions on instructional supervision in relation to preparation and planning for teaching and learning in National, County and Sub County secondary schools. In addition, it was found that there is no statistical significant difference between pre-service bachelor of education (arts) degree teachers’ perceptions on instructional supervision in relation to classroom interactions in National, County and Sub County secondary schools in Kenya. The findings have implications on pre-service teacher education in universities.


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IJIRK DESCRIPTION

ISSN: 2213-1356

Publisher: Scholar Touch Publishers

Area/Scope: Business, Economics & Management; Social Science, Literature, Arts & Humanities; Engineering & Technology; Life Science & Physical Science, Health & Medical Science

Frequency: Monthly

Format: Online & Print

Language: English

Review Process: Double Blinded

Access: Open Access