The Effect of Management Skills of School Administrators on Organizational Citizenship Behavior of Teachers

Zuhal INCE, Mustafa Fedai ÇAVUŞ

Abstract


Educational institutions are establishments that concern the majority of the society. The administrator of teachers and students in a school should motivate them to work together in the direction of the purposes of the school. The place of learning in education system is important. It should be known in which situations learning is adapted to teaching process. The school administrator should include the teachers to the decisions and should recognize the influencing factors of school management. Defining the skill levels about the management process of the school administrators who are the responsible ones for managing schools, the effect of this skills of the school administrators on organizational citizenship behaviors of the teachers constitute the purpose of the research. “Management Skills Scale” that was developed by Quast and Hazucha (1992) was used in the research. Level of the effect of management skills of the school administrators on organizational citizenship behaviors of the teachers is determined in the research. It has importance because the effectiveness in management skills of the school administrators who will lead the schools to success is going to be defined.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v6i3.9791

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