Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Principle leadership and student collaboration may be linked via the collective effectiveness of teachers as a mediator
Muhaidi Mustaffa Al-Hafiz , Mohd Azam Zakaria , Mazira Mohd Zain , Siti Aisyah Samudin4 , Nor Azuanee Mukhtar5 , Mohd Ali Masyhum Mohd Nor , Mohamad Maulana Magiman , Muhd Zulhilmi Haron
Students, teachers, and schools all benefit from teacher cooperation, according to empirical data. There are several ways in which school administrators may encourage and promote teacher cooperation, and principals are in the best position to influence this. “It was suggested that teachers' collective efficacy acts as a mediator between principal leadership and teacher cooperation, according to social interdependence theory.” Structural Equation Modelling revealed “that principal leadership had a substantial indirect influence on teacher cooperation, mediated through teachers' collective efficacy, in 29 elementary and secondary schools.” These findings have important implications for assisting school development.
Collective efficacy, mediating factor, students, principle leadership
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