Year:2024   Volume: 6   Issue: 2   Area:

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Jamal ZAID

THE PREVAILING LEADERSHIP STYLES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN HAIFA DISTRICT IN PALESTINE ‎INTERIOR AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION AMONG TEACHERS

This study aimed to demonstrate the prevailing leadership styles among secondary school ‎principals in Haifa District in the Palestinian interior and their relationship to the level of ‎achievement motivation among teachers. The descriptive, correlational approach was used, ‎as it is considered more appropriate for this type of study. The study relied on two ‎questionnaires to collect data, the first related to the leadership styles of secondary school ‎principals, and the second related to teachers’ achievement motivation. The study ‎population consisted of all secondary school teachers in Haifa District in the Palestinian ‎Interior, numbering (3193) male and female teachers. The study sample consisted of (398) ‎male and female teachers, the results showed that the prevailing level of leadership style ‎among secondary school principals in the Haifa District in the Palestinian interior is the ‎democratic leadership style, followed by the autocratic style, while the transmission style ‎came in last. The results showed that there are no statistically significant differences in ‎leadership styles due to the variables of gender and experience. The results also showed that ‎the level of achievement motivation among teachers was high, and that there were ‎statistically significant differences attributed to the gender variable, there are no statistically ‎significant differences for the experience variable, and the results showed that there is a ‎positive correlation between the democratic style and achievement motivation among ‎teachers. The greater the democratic style, the greater their achievement motivation, and the ‎absence of a correlation between the autocratic style and achievement motivation among ‎teachers. The results also showed the existence of a relationship, there is a negative ‎correlation between the improvisational style and teachers’ achievement motivation. the ‎greater the transmission style, the lower the teachers’ achievement motivation‎‎.

Keywords: Leadership Styles, Achievement Motivation, Secondary Schools, Haifa District

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.25.17


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