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Volume 6, Number 1 / April issue 2020
Yulite, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Luluk Tri Harinie, Soaloon Sinaga
The influence of the supervision of headmaster on teacher performance in Katingan regency
Abstract

Teacher performance is largely linked to the low quality of education. Teachers as social beings also need other needs to be able to work well. To be able to think and work optimally in their work, teachers are greatly influenced by the work environment in which they are located as well as professional school headmasters. The headmaster is a person who is responsible for all school activities. The school headmaster has full authority and responsibility to carry out all educational activities in the school environment he leads. In addition to the problem of leadership which is a characteristic in carrying out tasks, on the other hand there is the duty of the headmaster to supervise. Every supervision activity carried out by a supervisor contains objectives to be achieved. The goals to be achieved are of course related to the objectives of supervision which are closely related to the goals of education in schools. Supervision activities are able to realize its function as a process of improving teacher quality through activities that emphasize self-realization, self-growth, and self-development. Thus, teacher performance is greatly influenced by the supervision of the headmaster.
Keywords: teacher, performance, work environment, supervision, headmaster

Cite this article:
Yulite, Yetrie Ludang, Holten Sion, Sri Endang Mugi Rahayu, Luluk Tri Harinie, Soaloon Sinaga. The influence of the supervision of headmaster on teacher performance in Katingan regency. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 6(1)2020, 120-135.


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