Impact of Principals’ Growth Mindset on the Performance and Motivation of Subject Specialists

Authors

  • Dr. Faheem Khan Regional Professional Development Center, Dera Ismail Khan, KP
  • Dr. Samina Institute of Education & Research, Qurtuba University, Dera Ismail Khan, KP. Pakistan.
  • Dr. Shakeel Hussain Principal, GHSS Muryali, D.I.Khan, KP. Pakistan

Keywords:

Growth mindset, Performance, Motivation, Subject Specialists

Abstract

The current research paper is focused on the impact of principals’ growth mindset on the performance and motivation of subject specialists of district Dera Ismail khan. Survey research design was used. A sample 234 subject specialists was selected out of 566 through stratified sampling method. Gender provided the base for stratification. Researcher used Growth Mindset Scale (GMS) developed by Campbell (2019), Teachers’ Motivation Scale (TMS) developed by Sajid et al. (2018) and Teachers’ Performance Scale (TPS) developed by Limon and Nartgun (2020) for data collection. Content validity of the instrument was completed by using Content Validity Index (CVI) whereas Cronbach’s Alpha was used to assess the reliability of the research tool. Pearson Product Correlation and linear regression was used to test the hypotheses. The study concluded that Principals growth mindset has significant impact on the performance and motivation subject specialists. The study recommended that government may conduct workshop regarding the developing growth mindset of principals so they can effectively work in their schools. The study recommended that government may conduct workshop regarding the developing growth mindset of principals so they can effectively work in their schools.

Published

2024-02-16

How to Cite

Impact of Principals’ Growth Mindset on the Performance and Motivation of Subject Specialists. (2024). Research Mosaic, 3(2), 01-07. https://researchmosaic.com/index.php/rm/article/view/55