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Evaluation of a method of teaching human relations in secondry schools.

Alexander Wood Munroe

Evaluation of a method of teaching human relations in secondry schools.

by Alexander Wood Munroe

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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1949.

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The study aimed to identify the reality of meetings management in secondary schools in Ramtha District, from the teachers' point of view, and to reveal the impact of each of (sex, educational qualification, experience) on the reality of the teachers' meetings management assessments, in the secondary two researchers, in order to achieve the objectives of the study, followed the Author: Mohammad Abu-Shreah, Milad Al-Sharif. Terms such as human relations, human behavior, motivation, attitude, sensitivity, and leadership stylewill take on new meaning. Human understanding will earn the same priority in your scheme of things as job know-how. Helping Roberta increase her produc-tivity will be as important as getting one of your repo rts out on Size: 1MB.

affect the students' academic performance in secondary schools. The study employed the use of descriptive survey research design. The researcher targeted all the 12 secondary schools in Teso South District. The target population was 12 head teachers, 24 form 3 and 4 class prefects and 12 director of studies. The studyFile Size: KB.   * Emphasis on Administration * Emphasis on Curriculum * Emphasis on Instruction * Emphasis on Human Relations * Emphasis on Leadership * Emphasis on Evaluation 6. * have identified four types of supervision: * z-faire supervision-This type is an inspectional supervisory methods in which the class was observed,but nothing was.

  Education and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a keynote by Graham Brown-Martin. This revolution brings with it exciting possibilities, new solutions to global challenges, and employment. The supervisory role is one of the functions of a school operation that has been and continues to be a very challenging aspect of administration in secondary schools.


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