Clinical Supervision as a Key for Effective Teaching and Learning in Enugu State of Nigeria Secondary Schools: Relevance and Challenges

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Clinical Supervision as a Key for Effective Teaching and Learning in Enugu State of Nigeria Secondary Schools: Relevance and Challenges

Description

The paper, therefore discussed relevance and challenges in using clinical supervision for effective teaching and learning in the secondary education. The purpose of this paper is to identify the relevance and challenges of clinical supervision for effective teaching and learning. The study was a descriptive survey research in which the quantitative data were collected through20 – item questionnaire. This was administered on 335 respondents made up of principals and teachers. The data were analyzed using mean, standard deviation on a modified 4 – point rating scale for the research questions and t – test statistics for the null hypotheses. Findings of the study revealed some of the relevance of clinical supervision in teaching and learning: which includes improving the teacher classroom behaviour, activities of clinical favour students learning etc. It also revealed that clinical supervision has some challenges which include problem of collaborated disagreement between the teacher and principal, lack of trained supervisor, inadequate supervisors in different areas of specialization and time constraint. Based on the findings the study recommended that post primary school management Board should make it compulsory that clinical supervision should be carried out at least once a term in all the secondary schools in Enugu State.

Creator

Roseline U. Chidobi

Source

http://www.scirj.org/jun-2015-paper.php?rp=P0615265

Publisher

Scirj Volume III, Issue 6, June 2015 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Citation

Roseline U. Chidobi , “Clinical Supervision as a Key for Effective Teaching and Learning in Enugu State of Nigeria Secondary Schools: Relevance and Challenges ,” Scientific Research Journal -> Research Library, accessed February 23, 2018, http://www.scirj.org/rp/items/show/168.

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