Effects of Principal’s Participatory Leadership and School Culture toward Teacher Pedagogical Competence of Elementary School

  • Kurnia Fuji Astutik
  • Erny Roesminingsih
  • Meini Sondang Sumbawati

Abstract

This study aims to: 1) analyze the influence of the principal's participatory leadership on teacher pedagogical competence, 2) analyze the influence of school culture on teacher pedagogical competence, and 3) analyze the influence of the principal's participatory leadership and school culture on teacher pedagogical competence. This research method is a correlational study using a quantitative approach. The population in this study is Islamic elementary school teachers. The sampling technique used is proportional random sampling. Data were collected using a questionnaire and analyzed using linear regression and multiple regression. The results of the hypothesis test concluded that: 1) there was a significant influence on the participatory leadership of the principal on the pedagogical competence of teachers and 2) there was a significant influence on the school culture on the pedagogical competence of teachers. The results of the multiple regression test show that the principal's participatory leadership, and school culture together with influence the teacher's pedagogical competence. There are still many variables that can be explored to further optimize the formation of policy framework models and theoretical frameworks in an attempt to improve teacher pedagogical competence.

Published
2020-12-18