Investigating the effect of teachers 'curriculum literacy on their job performance with the mediating role of principals' leadership style among high school teachers in Chabahar city

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Sadegh Balouch, et. al.

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The present study was conducted to investigate the effect of teachers' curriculum literacy on their job performance with the mediating role of principals' leadership style among high school teachers in Chabahar city. The research method was descriptive and of correlational type. The statistical population included all high school teachers in Chabahar city which was 337 people and its sample size was calculated using Cochran's formula with 180 people. Data collection tools in this study were three standard questionnaires of curriculum literacy, job performance and leadership style the reliability of which, in the present study, were calculated by Cronbach's alpha method being 0.79, 0.79 and 0.69, respectively. Based on the results of the research hypotheses, there was a significant relationship between the teachers' curriculum literacy and the leadership style of principals in Chabahar high schools. In addition, based on the results of this study, a significant effect was found with the teachers' curriculum literacy on their job performance in high schools in Chabahar city, which was expected by the researcher since similar research has been done in this field or with similar variables that have shown the direct impact of the above variables. Furthermore, the results showed that there was a significant effect between the leadership style of school principals in Chabahar city and teachers' job performance. Similar studies in this field or with similar variables have also shown a direct effect of the two variables. Finally, we concluded that the leadership style of managers plays a mediating role in the effect of curriculum literacy on job performance.

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