International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research

International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research


International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research
International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research
Vol. 6, Issue 5 (2021)

The influence of principal leadership and teacher performance on teacher professionalism in primary schools in Tamako district


Robert Jumaikel Nusalawo, Harol Reflie Lumapow, Richard Daniel Herdi Pangkey

This study aims to analyze the effect of principal leadership and teacher performance on teacher professionalism. This research was conducted on professional teachers in SD Negeri Tamako District. The research instrument used was a questionnaire. The research data was processed using a correlation research design with regression analysis method tabulated with the SPSS for Windows version 23 program. The results showed that there was a significant influence of principal leadership and teacher performance together on teacher professionalism. This is evidenced by the results of testing the value of Fcount > Ftable (116.692 > 3.16). There is a positive influence of principal leadership on teacher professionalism. This is evidenced by the results of hypothesis testing that X1 the value of tcount > ttable, tcount = 9.204 and ttable = 1.676 (9.204 > 1.677). There is a positive influence on teacher performance on teacher professionalism. This is evidenced by the results of testing the hypothesis that X2 is the value of tcount > ttable, tcount = 13.539 and ttable = 1.676 (13.539 > 1.676). The results of simple linear regression analysis are obtained (Ý = 16.828 + 0, 104 X1) and (Ý = 25.417 + 0.000 X2) while the double obtained is (Ý = 11.715 + 0.326 X1 0.584 X2). The results of the regression analysis show that there is a positive influence between principal leadership on teacher professionalism and between teacher performance on teacher professionalism and there is a positive influence between principal leadership and teacher performance together on teacher professionalism. This means that the higher the leadership value of the principal and teacher performance, the higher the value of teacher professionalism.
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Robert Jumaikel Nusalawo, Harol Reflie Lumapow, Richard Daniel Herdi Pangkey. The influence of principal leadership and teacher performance on teacher professionalism in primary schools in Tamako district. International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 6, Issue 5, 2021, Pages 28-31
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