Samantaray, Jayashree. (2002). Professional Responsibilities among Senior Secondary School Teachers in relation to Instructional Management Behaviour and School Organisational Climate. Unpublished. Ph.D., Education. Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.
Objectives are as follows: 1) To study the inter-correlation between Teachers’ Professional Responsibilities, Instructional Management Behaviour of the Principal, School Organizational Climate and their dimensions, as perceived by the teachers.2) To study the main and interactional effects of type of institutions, Instructional Management Behaviour of Principal and School Organizational climate on Teachers’ Professional Responsibilities. 3) To study the main and interactional effect of type of institutions, instructional management behaviour of Principal and School Organisational Climate on Teachers’ Professional Responsibilities.
A sample of 500 teachers drawn from 47 schools in 5 out of 20 districts of Haryana State was used for the study.
Teachers’ Professional Responsibility Schedule, Principal’s Instructional Management Rating Scale and Organisational Climate Questionnaire were the tools used for the study.
Multiple correlation and three way ANOVA were used to analyse the data.
Findings of the study are: 1) Significantly positive inter-correlation has been found among the three variables, namely, Teachers’ Professional Responsibilities, Principal’s Instructional Management Behaviour and School Organisational Climate. 2) No significant difference has been found in male and female teachers on Instructional Management Behaviour, or Organisational Climate or in developing Professional Responsibilities in teachers. 3) The type of institution has been found to have different impact on teachers’ professional responsibilities in favour of government schools.
Keyword(s): Professional Responsibilities, Senior Secondary School Teachers, Instructional Management Behaviour, School Organisational Climate, Organization,Administration and Management of Education