This study examined the school principals' instructional leadership as the predictor of teachers' motivation. The sample included 306 elementary school teachers. The study took place in the Western Black Sea Region of Turkey. Data collection tools included two instruments: "The Instructional Leadership Scale” (ILS) and "The Teacher Motivation Scale” (TMS). Correlation analyses was employed to examine the relationship between school principals' instructional leadership and teacher motivation. Multiple regression analysis was used to identify the predictive role of instructional leadership in teacher motivation. The findings of this study demonstrate significant relationships between instructional leadership and teacher motivation. Ultimately, instructional leadership can serve as predictor of teacher motivation.
Recommended CitationDemirdag, Seyithan. (2021). School Principals' Instructional Leadership as a Predictor of Teacher Motivation. i.e.: inquiry in education: Vol. 13: Iss. 2, Article 6.
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