Investigation of Perceptions Concerning Leadership Roles of Physical Education and Sport Teachers


  •  Tuncay Öktem    
  •  Murat Kul    

Abstract

This study aims to investigate the perceptions of physical education and sport teachers who work in the city Bayburt concerning teacher leadership roles in terms of various variables. The population of the study consists of 42 physical education and sport teachers who work in the city Bayburt. Sampling has not been used as the whole population is included. The chapter in which the perceptions of teachers have been evaluated is used from The Scale of Perception and Expectation Identification Concerning Teacher Leadership which was developed by Beycioğlu (2009) to identify the perceptions of physical education and sport teachers concerning teacher leadership. According to the test of analysis of independent sample t-test, it is identified that female teachers have higher averages than male teachers at institutional development subscale and scale total point. Furthermore, it is found that physical education and sport teachers who have a less than 10 years experience have higher averages compared to those who have a more than 10 years experience at institutional development, professional development, collaboration among colleagues’ subscales and scale total point (p < .05). As a result, it can be stated that physical education and sport teachers who have a less than 10 years experience take part more in performing studies that are based on collaboration, creating an impact on the students and colleagues with model behavior and performing executive activities as compared to teachers who have 10 years and more experience.



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  • ISSN(Print): 1927-5250
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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