• Dr. M. Tahir Nadeem 1, Areeba Shareef 2, Muhammad Zeeshan 3, Javeria Maqsood 4
Keywords: Teacher’s Performance, Supervision, Job Satisfaction, professionalism


Supervision is a process that facilitates the management and the staff in the effective coordination of various activities within the setup. It provides feedback and helps in the professional growth of the staff.  The current study was aimed to find out the effect of the supervision system on the efficiency of teachers at the elementary schools level. This study derived this concept from the idea that supervision plays an integral role in the success or failure of any organization but this concept remained least preferred by researchers in past years. Thus, the objective of this study was aimed to find out the effect of educational supervision on the performance of elementary teachers. Moreover, barriers that are obstructing the performance of teachers, were explored. The role of training programs as a mediating variable was also considered. A descriptive survey was the research design of the study and the whole staff of the directorate of education was the population of the study. A sample size of fifty employees was selected based on simple random sampling and nine staff members were selected from each of the four departments of the Directorate of education. It was concluded that supervision plays an important role in the enhancement of teacher’s performance by the provision of the right tools along with the right resources. The research indicated that appraisal results are the key factors for a counseling session because teachers considered that they are engaged when they are lagging. The study also concluded that if teachers are not satisfied with the job then supervision could not have an impact on performance.


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How to Cite
Dr. M. Tahir Nadeem 1, Areeba Shareef 2, Muhammad Zeeshan 3, Javeria Maqsood 4. (2020). IMPACT OF SUPERVISORY SYSTEM ON TEACHER’S EFFICIENCY AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL. Epistemology, 7(3), 1-7. Retrieved from