INFLUENCE OF CULTURE OF QUALITY TO TEACHERS' PERCEPTION ON SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS, SCHOOL CLIMATE AND COLLECTIVE EFFICACY

Nilda Balsicas, Rosalina Makalintal, Jennefer Yap
2017 unpublished
The purpose of this study was to explore the interrelationships among teachers' perceptions of school effectiveness, and school climate, and their collective efficacy. The study sample consisted of 30 faculty members with different academic preparations as general education teachers and as professional teachers. Mixed method was used to analyze the quantitative and qualitative data. Instrument that measures School effectiveness, School climate, and collective efficacy Scale (Hoy, 2013) was used
more » ... Hoy, 2013) was used to gather data. .Results showed that there is a strong correlation between school effectiveness and school climate. Findings include the influence of academic preparations to the perceptions of the teachers on school effectiveness, school climate index, and teachers' collective efficacy. Themes that emerged from the interview include engaging teaching-learning environment, sustainable motivation. Implications include designing contextual professional development and instructional strategies.
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