The aim of this study is to identify the degree of coordination amongeducational supervisors and school principals in terms of their roles in theState of Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.To achieve the objectives of the study, aquestionnaire composed of (52) items was designed.After checking the validityand reliability of the questionnaire, 250 individuals of school principalsand educational supervisors were invited to respond to the items of thequestionnaire during the academic year 2013/ 2014.To evaluate the responses,means, standard deviation, differential analysis and T test were employed.Thestudy highlighted a number of results, the most important of which is that thedegree of coordination among school principals and educational supervisorsin terms of their roles is medium in the State of Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.The results also indicated the absence of statistically significant differencesat the level of (a = 0.05) due to the effects of gender, academic qualificationand years of experience.In the light of the findings, the researcher recommends that1. School principals and educational supervisors should pay the dueattention to the importance of determining the procedures and tools ofevaluating school teachers.2. The Directorate General of Education in the State of Muscat should form acommittee to take care of supervisors’ performance specially in the areaswhere their performance is medium.I suggest that an annual assessmentof teachers’ performance and curriculum development.
"The Coordination between Educational Supervisors and School Principals in Terms of their Roles in Muscat,"
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 3:
9, Article 5.
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