Time Management of Educational Inspectors

Süleyman Göksoy

Abstract


The aim of the research is to determine the fields that Educational Inspectors have to spare time for and the fields that Educational Inspectors demand to make time for. The data collected by review form was analyzed by content analysis method. According to research results: Educational Inspectors want to make time mostly for counselling and research activities, educational seminars, in-service training activities, projects, post graduate education and domestic/outland trips. They believe that they will be more successful in this way. The following suggestios are developed based on research results: Domestic and outland seminars, courses, trips and observation opportunities should be provided for personal developments of educational inspectors. In an educational organization, educational leadership roles of Educational Inspectors should be enhanced instead of their rutin bureaucratic works and activities and their roles (inspection, document tracking, monitoring legistation) in parallel with these works. Educational Inspectors should be provided with more transportation convenience and technologic opportunities should be increased.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v3i6.1108

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