ADMINISTRATORS SUPERVISORY SKILLS AND TEACHERS JOB PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN
ABA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ABIA STATE
1.1 Background to the study
The importance of Administrators’ Supervisory stalls in Secondary School in Aba municipality of Abia State cannot be over view Administrators in Secondary Schools are leaders, (Bikpong 2002) indicated that leadership deals with having a comprehensive view of the activities’ and problems of the institutions; with view in mind, the Administrators as a head of a organization of teacher’s in schools system has the function of conversation with the teachers in order to improve learning, with this method the students’ through instruction supervision they sees instructional supervision as one of the
process where by school administrators try to achieve a meaningful standards of performance and results, instructional supervision is quality tool control in the system activities of school administrators which directed to primarily the achievement of appropriate expectation of educational system according to Nakpodia (2011). Peretomode, (2004) in view that instructional supervision is seen as activities carried out by the administrators to inhence instruction at all levels of the school system –Dittirainga, 1999 state that the role of administrators is to facilitate the implementation of the various Leaving Situation Teachers where new or old on the job need necessary support in implementing the instructional programmes’ Administrators as a school heads, need to provide effective support to teachers’ they have to be involves in the implementation of instructional programmes by over viewing that teachers are doing with the student. It is an administrators he should devote himself to supervise the teaching learning process in his schools. The administrators as the supervisor is the one who oversees the activities’ of teachers’ and other workers’ in the school system to ensure that they improve to the general accepted administrators’ and practice of education. Denga (1986) sees’ administrators as some one who’s provide “supervision” to the school in terms of perceiving deniable objectives, maintaining a balance in the curriculum and rendering help to teachers regarding teaching methods are other instructional problems that the encounter. The National Policy on Education (2004) states that, to ensure quality control in the school, it is necessary to have good teachers and supervisors. The primary responsibility of the supervisors’ is to see that high standards are maintained and the schools are run in accordance with the land down regulation.