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The Opinions of Teachers on the Levels of School Principals’ Use of Perception Management

The main purpose of this research is to determine teacher opinions on the levels of school principals’ use of perception management. The research was conducted in a descriptive survey model in which the quantitative method was used. The population of the research comprises 859 teachers working in Kahramanmaraş, Pazarcık, in 2016 - 2017 academic year. The sample of the research consists of 303 teachers (98 primary, 125 secondary, 80 high school teachers) selected by stratified sampling method. Data were collected using the “Perception Management Scale” and analyzed with SPSS 22. In addition to descriptive statistics such as arithmetic mean, frequency and standard deviation, T-test and one-way variance analysis were used in data analysis of independent variables. As for the results, the participants stated that school principals generally use the perception management at a “high” level. It has been determined that the teachers’ perceptions about the levels of use of perception management by school principals differed significantly according to gender and graduated faculty variables. According to this, male teachers have a higher perception about “the school administrators' level of using perception management” than the female teachers. Likewise, the perception of teachers graduated from the education faculty is significantly lower than that of teachers graduated from other faculties.

Perception, perception management, school management, school principal, teacher opinions


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