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Volume 7, Number 2 / April issue 2021
Muran, Holten Sion, Netto W.S. Rahan, Yetrie Ludang, Joni Bungai, Misrita
Improvement of teacher pedagogic competency of elementary school in North Barito Regency through the leadership of headmaster
Abstract

The leadership of the school headmaster also plays a role as a driving force for school resources, especially teachers and school employees. The success or failure of school activities is largely determined by the quality of leadership possessed by the school headmaster. To carry out the roles and functions as a manager, the school headmaster must have the right strategy to empower education personnel through cooperation, provide opportunities for education personnel to improve their professions, and encourage the involvement of all education personnel in various activities that support school programs. Empowering education personnel through cooperation means that in increasing the professionalism of educational personnel in schools, the headmaster must prioritize cooperation with education personnel and other parties involved in carrying out each activity. Providing opportunities for education personnel to improve their professions, as a manager, headmaster must improve their professions persuasively and from a prudent heart. Encouraging the involvement of all education personnel, the headmaster must strive to encourage the involvement of all education personnel in every activity in the school.
Keywords: leadership, headmaster, teacher, competency, elementary school

Cite this article:
Muran, Holten Sion, Netto W.S. Rahan, Yetrie Ludang, Joni Bungai, Misrita. Improvement of teacher pedagogic competency of elementary school in North Barito Regency through the leadership of headmaster. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 195-203.


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