Performance Evaluation of High School Principals Using 360 Degree Valuation (Case Study: Secondary School in Qods)

Maryam Dehghan, Nayereh Shah Mohammadi

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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the performance of high school managers in Qods city using 360 degree feedback. In this study, teachers and staff of schools formed colleagues, heads of education as supervisors, parents of students as principals and school principals (self-assessment) of the present study. The sampling method was to select senior managers from the total number of students. The sampling method for choosing schools was simple random sampling method (N = 200). The data gathering tool in this study was a 360-degree Arabic-grade performance assessment questionnaire (Barron,2009). This questionnaire measures 31 characteristics of the manager in terms of four main factors of personality trait, interpersonal communication, organizational strategy and situational constraints, and its overall reliability by using the Cronbach's alpha is 0. 97. To analyze the data, descriptive statistics (drawing of abundant tables and Charts, central measurements and dispersion) and inferential statistics (one way ANOVA test, Scheffe posttest and T test) were used. The results of the analysis showed that there was a significant difference between the results of the evaluation of the studied groups regarding the managerial and technical skills and social and personality traits are at a significant level of 0.01.


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